March 27, 2017

Preparing your Landscape for Spring – Going Green, Naturally with Sustainable Organics

There is no reason to continue poisoning our landscapes, our water, ourselves and our children by the unnecessary use of lawn and tree care pesticides. This is true whether you are living in White Plains, Scarsdale, Bedford, Katonah or Rye. Now is the time to make a change for our health and the health of landscapes. By joining us and 

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October 12, 2016

Organic Lawn Care: New Lawn Installation, Repair and Renovations, Maintenance

If you are going to have a lawn, it should be as healthy and safe as possible. The best way to do that is start will the best, naturally organic raw materials. In this case we used 88 yards of a premium topsoil/compost blend on a new construction site in Larchmont, New York. Nine varieties of turf grass were used 

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September 9, 2016

Garden Maintenance in Scarsdale; How to Maintain your Organic Landscape

All landscapes large or small require maintenance. As human beings we require maintenance. That means regular watering, feeding, pruning (haircuts) etc.. Some of us are higher maintenance than others! I know because it has been pointed out to me that I’m a high maintenance guy! Well so be it. I like to eat well, maintain a certain physical condition, dress 

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March 17, 2015

Backyard Site Analysis – Site Specific Landscape Designs – Westchester County

Backyard Landscape Design Creative landscape design and development can improve your life and lifestyle. Winter and early spring is an ideal time to begin the process of envisioning and activating your backyard ideas; such as plans to create, design, develop, install and construct a new landscape or renovate an old and tired landscape. Most of what we do as landscape 

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January 27, 2015

Organic Lawn Practices & Maintenance – Westchester County

What does it take to maintain a beautiful green lawn using organic, natural methods and products? Start in the spring by cleaning-up your lawn. A common mistake many commercial landscapers make is aggressive raking or thatching of the lawn surface. In our area, March and April weather conditions are such that the root system is generally in a fragile state 

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