Gingrich Blog

  1. June Landscape Care!

    School's finally out for your children and grandchildren, and so is the sun! For the most part. With the continued weather fluctuations here in the Bay Area, your landscape needs active monitoring and adjustments in

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  2. Spring Lawn Care: Protect Your Landscape!

    As the beautiful spring weather continues to steadily rise, chances are that you and your plants are not the only ones enjoying the warm spring evenings. One unfortunate drawback to this time of year are

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  3. April Showers, Brings May Flowers and New Landscape Tips!

    The weather is finally warming up! The chance of frost has now past, and daytime temperatures are routinely in the 70s, making it the perfect time to enjoy your garden. As you enjoy your garden,

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  4. April Landscape Care!

    Spring fever has struck and the garden centers are booming! When choosing your summer annuals select plants that haven't started blooming. The new plants will become well established, grow faster and produce a larger bloom

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  5. March Landscape Tips!

    These rains are great.  Looking forward to how our landscapes will flourish with these rains and the coming sunshine. Once the grounds dry out a bit, it should be a good idea to get a

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  6. February Landscape Care!

    The recent warm weather just after the rains has given our landscapes a jump-start this spring! Many of the fruit trees are blooming 1-2 weeks early this year. The lawns are breaking dormancy already.  This

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  7. January Plant Care

    This is one of our coldest months of the year. Overnight low temperatures routinely dip into the high twenties, and the daytime highs rarely go above sixty five degrees Fahrenheit (20°-65°F). Foggy mornings or rain

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  8. Summer Lawn Care

    In the summer is it important o keep your lawn mowed higher than is needed in the winter months.  As temperatures increase the longer lawn will create a more shaded and cool area for the

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  9. Gopher and Mole Activity!

    California needed the rain this year, and our gardens are flourishing because if it, yet the rain has also created a great breeding environment for gophers, moles, ground squirrels and other pests.  Food for these

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  10. Planting!

    May: The time is right to plant asters, coleus, daisies, impatiens, marigolds, petunias, verbena and zinnias! June: Plant alyssum, cosmos, dwarf dahlia, gaillardia, gazania, impatiens, lobelia, marigolds, petunias, portulaca, verbena, and zinnias. It is also

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