January 24, 2016

10 Ways to a Healthy Beautiful Landscape

10 WAYS TO A HEALTHY BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE Take the pledge – No more toxic pesticides Reduce your lawn area Go organic for your lawn, trees, shrubs and gardens Recycle yard waste into brush piles and compost Mulch leaves and grass clippings Plant native plants and natural landscapes Grow your food – fruit, herbs and vegetables organically Bring back the birds, 

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May 29, 2015

Container Gardening Ideas – White Plains NY

“The Market Garden On the Deck” is a wonderful way to increase your enjoyment of nature and edible plants. Supplement your diet with organically grown vegetables and herbs. You’ll need to provide regular watering, pruning and feeding, but in all, this container garden is simplicity and beauty at its best. Altogether this space accommodates our barbeque, a small café table, 

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May 25, 2015

Eco-Friendly Gardening Tips – Local Live Interview – Jay Archer

What is ecological landscaping? What’s the best time of year to get started with your garden? Which types of grass and plants grow best in our area? Is there an organic way to deal with issues like pollen, flooding and insect problems? What kinds of edible plants grow best in our gardens? What tips do you have for growing house 

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January 27, 2015

Green Landscaping Practices – Westchester, Fairfield and Putnam Counties

What is Green Landscaping? Is it a trend? A gimmick? What does it mean? What does it represent? At the core, we can hope that going green in your landscape means managing and conserving resources ecologically and economically to improve our health and well being. Nature does a pretty good job on her own. Take trees for instance. In Southern 

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March 18, 2014

Organic, Sustainable and Green Landscaping – Westchester County

Green Landscaping is the future and the future is here and now! We at Green Jay Landscape Design embrace science and technology while rejecting the notion that our landscape/garden management and horticultural practices require toxic chemical compounds in order to produce the best appearance and performance. The concept of killing to control pest and disease organisms is outdated and unsound. 

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