Spring has Sprung

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 »

JOIN DENISON LANDSCAPING AT THE GREAT BIG HOME & LEISURE SHOW

Come One – Come All

Thinking about Spring – Getting Spring Fever – Need Landscaping Work, a New Patio, Outdoor Room or a Winter cleanup?

Please stop by our booth this weekend at the “Great Big Home & Leisure Show”at the Capital Clubhouse in Waldorf, Md.

Denison Landscaping is celebrating “40 Years in Business” – Thank you for… Read more »

Denison Goes Watersense with David Bise at the Helm

In continuing our efforts to improve the environment and keep true to the green industry’s rich history as stewards of the environment; Denison Landscaping’s irrigation general manager, David Bise has become certified as an EPA WaterSense partner.

What this means to you, our valued residential and commercial clients is that Denison Landscaping is committed to… Read more »

Denison Featured in Propane Advantages Article

Denison Landscaping is featured in a Total Landscape Care article about their embrace of new propane technology.  By switching to propane powered equipment they have been able to cut costs and become more efficient.  “On average, Denison estimates they save 80 cents to a dollar per gallon using propane. The company currently runs four Exmark propane models… Read more »

WINTER LAWN CARE TIPS

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 »

Rescued Bald Eagle

Chuck Knaggs at the Abby-Farm location found a Bald Eagle near one of the ponds that appeared to be injured.  In an effort to capture the Eagle without further injury Chuck let the Eagle dig his talons into his boot and he then removed his boot strings and tied the bird’s feet together.

He then… Read more »

AGC’S 2012 SUBCONTRACTOR APPRECIATION AWARD WINNERS

General contractors and subcontractors gathered June 13, 2012 at The Fillmore Silver Spring to celebrate the winners of AGC’s 2nd Annual Subcontractor Appreciation Awards.  AGC Board Members nominated and voted for those subcontractors they felt most deserving of a show of appreciation for their contributions to the DC Metropolitan Area projects.

Denison Landscaping, Inc. placed… Read more »

DEER MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES

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 »