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High Tech will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation to ensure our services remain operational. For over 32 years High Tech has demonstrated an unwavering passion to support our employees, customers, and partners. Dealing with the present circumstances, we will continue to use every effort to deliver uninterrupted services to all.

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April 01 2020
know your plants Rhododendron

Rhododendron

It’s rare to find a flower that is beautifully intricate, colorful and fragrant all at once. With proper care, rhododendron checks every box. This shrub typically prefers cooler temperatures, which explains why rhododendron bushes are most frequently found in northern parts of the U.S. such as the Great Lakes, the Pacific Northwest, New England and […]

March 04 2020

Welcome Spring with a Property Refresh

With March’s arrival, it’s time to tackle early spring grass and garden chores. After a hard winter, your landscaping needs TLC—and a good spring cleaning. Wind, ice and snow take a toll on well-kept lawns and hardscapes, leaving behind unhealthy or even hazardous conditions. Property cleanup makes way for renewal—and gives you a head start […]

March 04 2020
cedar tree

Japanese Cedar

Growing in a classic pyramid shape when young, Japanese cedars (Cryptomeria japonica) mature into tall, straight evergreens with tapered trunks and slightly drooping branches. Favored for their ornamental value, these graceful conifers are a distinctive blue-green color with soft needles that spiral toward branch tips like foxtails. In winter, the needles take on a bronze […]

February 11 2020
HoopsiBlueSpruce

Hoopsii Blue Spruce

Known for its shimmery color and long, pointy needles, the Hoopsii spruce stands out as the “truest blue” of the spruce family. While spruce trees are native to the central and southern Rocky Mountains, the Hoopsii variety originated in Germany in the 1950s. The cultivar was then introduced to the nursery industry via the Netherlands—and […]

January 23 2020
cypress tree

Cypress

From coast to coast, cypress trees are a mainstay of the American landscape. They live for hundreds of years, grow to towering heights, and produce some of the world’s finest wood. While there are 14 different species of cypress that exist, only a handful grow in the U.S. The Monterey cypress, for example, is synonymous […]

December 04 2019
sea green juniper

Sea Green Juniper

Sea green juniper is a needled evergreen that is easy to grow and maintain. Perhaps best of all, it holds its lush foliage through winter. Many people say it actually gets greener as the days grow colder. Well-drained soil and full sun will get you the best results with this compact shrub. Enjoy year-round green […]