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Adding Color to the Winter Landscape

During the winter months, the landscape can get pretty bleak. Your yard and your neighbors’ yards don’t look as colorful. But it is interesting to consider the various plants that do stay green all winter long. Planting this spring or summer will give you splashes of color around your home when the snows come this […]

Winter Gardening

The art of winter gardening dates back to the 17th and 18th centuries when European nobility would construct large conservatories to house tropical and subtropical plants.  The conservatory would act as an extension of their living space. Many would be attached to the main homes (usually palaces). Early versions would have been constructed of masonry […]

Top 150

CONGRATULATIONS HIGH TECH!!! RECOGNIZED FOR BEING IN THE TOP 150 GREEN INDUSTRY COMPANIES IN THE COUNTRY FOR 2012 HIGH TECH LANDSCAPES RANKED NO. 80 ON LM150 LIST OF GREEN INDUSTRY’S LARGEST COMPANIESLM150 list, published by Landscape Management, represents nearly $7.7 billion in 2012 annual revenue.  The landscape industry’s top 150 revenue-generating firms logged a combined […]

SEASONAL VS. ANNUAL FLOWERS – beautifying your garden

Now that the summer sun has arrived and you may be doing some planting in your lawn and garden, it is very important to know the difference between the types of flowers that you are looking to buy. This article shares suggestions for annual flowers and perennial flowers and gives you some tips about each! […]

March 15 2013
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Sun or Shade – which plants to use: Part Two

In Part 1 of this series, we talked about the best plantings for shady areas. If you have a sunny yard, congratulations! Gardening in sunny spots is easier because of the huge variety of plants that grow well under sunny conditions. In the previous article, we went over some of the factors to consider when […]

January 19 2013
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What Causes Snow?

Every winter, we watch our once green grass wither and turn brown and all the leaves fall off our shrubs. When we look out our window at our lawn, it does not look very pretty. That is—until the first snowfall.  Along comes some winter snow and blankets our lawn, bushes and trees in white. So […]