Once the snow has melted, the first look at a spring yard can be depressing. The yard looks trampled. Debris, dirt and rock are piled up and blown around where they shouldn’t be. There are
Hiring a contractor to come to your home and take care of your landscaping is a lesson in asking the right questions. After noticing the little details like the level of investment in a company
The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) just released it annual trend list for 2018, including some of their top ideas for what will be hot in the upcoming year. The NALP article explains a
West Michigan’s largest snowfall so far in 2017 has come and already melted away. How did your current snow removal contractor do for you? Did the snowplow come by in a timely manner? Was the
As the leaves start to turn and the temperatures cool down, fall is the best season to evaluate your future plans for your yard. If you have a project that you’ve been wanting to check
If you own a business in the Ada/Cascade or airport area, this early fall cooldown probably has you a bit worried about what the Michigan winter will bring. Are we due for a hard winter?