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August 01 2017
Flowering Cherry

Flowering Cherry

Flowering cherry trees are so distinct that they have become synonymous with spring, particularly in Washington, D.C., where the National Cherry Blossom Festival rings in the arrival of spring each year. Cherry blossoms come from the genus, Prunus, and are usually followed by small cherries that attract birds in summer. Unfortunately and unlike the cherries […]

August 01 2017
Dogwood

Dogwood

Flashy, subtle and sentimental all at once, the flowering dogwood is one of New Jersey’s most beloved trees. Dogwoods are a popular choice among homeowners because they are deciduous and look great year-round – from bright white and pink flowers in spring, to lush leaves in summer, rustic red foliage in fall, and finally, what […]

August 01 2017
hydrangea

Hydrangea

Like a tree full of bright bouquets, hydrangea blooms brilliantly from late spring to early fall. The Hydrangea genus includes nearly 100 species that can be found all over the world, including right here in New Jersey. But make no mistake, it’s rare to find a tree so compact–hydrangeas only grow to about 8 feet, […]

August 01 2017
Fall Landscaping Ideas to Find That Fall Feeling

Fall Landscaping Ideas to Find That Fall Feeling

After the sizzling New Jersey summer, most of us welcome the brisk breeze of fall. The changing of seasons also brings new scenery and inspiration for homeowners to reimagine their landscaping. Make your lawn, garden or backyard a little more picturesque this fall by following any combination of these simple, affordable fall landscaping tips. Plant […]

July 01 2017

5 Easy Ways to Add Curb Appeal This Summer

New Jerseyans rejoice – summer is finally here! With the warm weather and sunny days in full swing, you might notice your neighbors making home improvements. Summer is a great time to invest in your home’s curb appeal, and it doesn’t take a big undertaking to make a big visual impact. Here are a few […]

June 22 2017

Latest Landscaping Feedback from the Crossroads at Oldwick Community Association

Previously, we shared a testimonial from Larry Brenner, VP of the Crossroads at Oldwick Community Association in Whitehouse Station, NJ. Mr. Brenner had voiced his gratitude for Mike Woronowicz, our NJ landscaping branch manager who works directly with the association’s board to ensure its grounds are in top shape at all times. We were pleased […]

June 22 2017

Hosta

Hosta, also known as the plantain lily, is a flowering shrub originally from Eastern Asia. It is very low-maintenance and produces beautiful, watercolor-like foliage, making it a mainstay in gardens across New Jersey. There are more than 40 species of hosta, with approximately 2,500 cultivars of various sizes, textures and leaf shapes.  The lighter your […]

June 22 2017

Viburnum

Viburnum is a large flowering shrub that is most known for its fragrant flowers and pretty berries. Viburnums belong to the Adoxaceae family of moschatels, and can be evergreen or deciduous. There are more than 150 species of viburnum, some of which can grow as tall as 20 feet. While viburnums are beloved for their […]