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  1. Perennials-It’s time to divide!

    The Time to Divide Perennials is Here!         February is best the time to divide your parent plants, before they resume growth. To do this, start by digging up the perennial plant with

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  2. January Garden Love

    January Garden Love for Northern CA It is a season to prune and plant all over your garden!  Here you can see what to prune and plant to get your garden ready for Spring! Wait

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  3. Garden Care in May

    Pest Control! Aphids, snails and slugs continue to be a major problems in the landscape. Check your new plants daily as snails and slugs can destroy Small plants in one night. Look for honey dew,

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  4. April Planting Tips

    April Showers Bring on the May Flowers! The chance of frost has now passed and daytime temperatures are routinely in the seventies. Spring fever has struck and the garden centers are booming. When choosing your

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  5. Gopher Eradication

    It can be so frustrating to walk out into your yard in the morning and be immediately disrupted by huge mounds of dirts.... or worse.... a missing plant! We have heard all the horror stories.

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  6. Caring for Your Landscape this March

    All this rain is so great to know California grounds should be well hydrated.  They snow pack in the mountains is not only great for skiing, but also provides increased water flow into he summer

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  7. Rainy February Landscape Tips!

    It is so good to have these rains when we consider California's recent history!  Rain is good! But it can also slow down our services and what things can be done while it is wet

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  8. New Year Landscape Care

    January 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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  9. Merry Landscape Care Tips this December

    With the rain storms coming through recently its a good idea to reduce watering.  In fact, in many cased all landscape irrigation can be shut off until the weather begins to change! Pests: Apply first

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  10. November Landscape Love

    Our fall has been a relatively warm one, but its started cooling down recently!  Even though the weather is getting colder, there are some important things to do in your landscape this November! Our Tree,

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