How to Winterize Your Yard in the Fall

yard cleanup and yard care omaha You might be trying to avoid yard cleanup in the fall, but if you appreciate a green, lush yard in the spring, you better take care of your yard in the fall! The Nebraska winters can be brutal, so take extra care of your grass, trees, and shrubs before the snow falls!

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Omaha Yard Cleanup Tips for Fall

fall yard clean upIt’s September, which means fall is just around the corner. With all the increasing leaves and dying plants, many people assume gardening season it over, but they’re wrong. In fact, assuming it’s time to walk away from your yard can be bad news for your landscaping. Taking care of yard cleanup now is actually vital to your landscaping maintenance and making your garden the best it can be come spring.

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Laying Sod in the Fall? Yes, You Can!

lawn care omahaSummer isn’t the only optimal time to install sod! Sod can be installed at any point during growing season, which includes fall. As long as temperatures still are not falling below freezing, you can get great grass starting now!

As temperatures begin to drop, outside projects start to increase.

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Why Aerate and Overseed Your Omaha Lawn?

Lawncare in Omaha can be a challenging task that requires your attention year round. You can struggle with keeping that grass green even when constantly watering and mowing all the time. Luckily there are some tips and tricks you can use to make lawn care in Omaha easy while keeping your lawn healthy and lush.

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Spring Yard Cleanup Checklist

spring cleanup, landscaping company omahaIt basically feels as though Nebraska skipped from winter to summer this year (or maybe that’s every year), however, it is still technically spring and there is still plenty of yard work to be done!

We wanted to offer some helpful tips that we use when cleaning up our clients yards in Omaha during the spring.

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Powerful Landscape Design Proven to Improve a Sense of Community

How one customer’s love for community changed the way she thought about designing her landscaping

11 years ago, Kristi Farrington moved into her Omaha home. As someone who is conscious about green space and with a passion for gardening, she knew her goal was to reduce how much grass she was growing (and mowing).

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3 Reasons Your Yard Needs Retaining Walls

Great looking yards require more than just green. Are you interested in taking your curb appeal to the next level? Consider using retaining walls. Not only do they add an excellent design quality, their functionality may surprise you. Using retaining walls in the often-hilly Omaha region is a great way to add beauty and strength to any landscaping plan.

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4 NEW Landscaping Trends for 2018

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As with many things, with a new year come new trends. We just wrote about planning your landscaping design, but maybe you are stuck still looking for inspiration… Luckily, we have some ideas! From providing refuge for wildlife, to creating a relaxing place you can enjoy all year round,

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When Should You Start Planning Your Landscaping?

The quick answer? Now.

It may seem wrong to think about your yard while it is cold and barren, but it is exactly the right time. No one wants to find out that it’s too late to do what they wanted with their yard, and that is why we recommend planning your landscaping design now.

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Turning Your Landscaping into a Winter Wonderland

Omaha LandscapingIt’s becoming that time again. That time when the snow is glistening in the lane, gone away are the bluebirds, and the snowmen are soon to be all over the meadow. Winter wonderland is on its way.

Or maybe not.

Contrary to the movies, and the pictures,

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