The warm spring weather marks the beginning of Deer Tick Season in the Mid-Atlantic region. Deer ticks can carry and spread Lyme disease. The transmission of Lyme disease takes several hours so quickly removing ticks is important. According to the University of Maryland Integrated Pest Management program, “Deet will provide some protection and can… Read more »
Category: Homeowner Tips
The weather is breaking and now is the time to work off some of the winter blues. There are many common since things to do that will help your landscape thrive as the temperatures increase, the first item would be to finish leaf removal in the landscape beds and lawn areas then inspecting mulch levels… Read more »
1. Reputation and references – Working with a qualified and established company is the single most important factor in getting the results you want. Trust me – I started renovating my master bathroom as a Mother’s Day gift… Read more »
Winter is at full swing and mostly people stop thinking about the maintenance of their lawn believing that there is no use in it. It is true that lawn growth differs from one region to another. As obvious in most of the countries, lawns are hidden under the snow and the growth remains dormant for… Read more »
In our area, there has been a significant increase in the deer population. Hmmm. I wonder why? Well, other than they are fond of each other, it could be because of the state of our economy. One minute we’re ready to build and develop. The next minute we have to take a break because nobody… Read more »
STAGE YOUR HOME BEFORE YOU PUT IT ON THE MARKET
Staging your home ranks second only to pricing when it comes to getting showings and getting an offer! Many sellers make the mistake of investing in staging only after their home has been on the market. You only have one time to make a good… Read more »
Winter is not the time when most people focus on their yards; however, it is a time of year when a lot of damage can happen. Denison Landscaping wants people to know how to care for plants, trees, and shrubs during the winter.. Winter yard tips include the following:
Continue Watering..Just because it isn’t hot,… Read more »
Fall is the time when many do-it-yourself gardeners wind down their activity and think about closing up the shed for the season. However, Denison Landscaping, Inc. notes that fall is a great time to plant trees, shrubs, and some annuals as well as to plan a winterizing strategy.
Pull Weeds – do it now and you’ll have… Read more »
Just to clear some things up…if you’re going to work on your yard, start now, in the fall, and stick with it for at least 18 months. It could take more time if you forget about it like a dirty sock behind the dryer. Although, I feel like I’m always losing the clean ones …… Read more »
Newly planted shrubs and trees need extra care until they are established. Below are easy care instructions to assist with proper growth and development.
Watering Trees and Shrubs:
If there is less than 1 inch of rainfall per week, water as follows: Trees will need to be watered two times per week in hot, dry… Read more »