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We have a great need to socialize yet WE RELISH OUR PRIVACY and quiet time. Here are some of the requests we have satisfied: “I work hard – I just want to come home and relax in my backyard.” Solution: Dense screening hedge of either Norway Spruce, staggered, or mixed evergreens such as hemlock, holly, cedar…

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“Just wanted to tell you The property looks wonderful. Your workers are so wonderful, a pleasure to have around.” – Sheryl Kaye

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This is the very best time of year to get your lawn in shape for year-round beauty. Prepping now in the fall ensures a healthy, vibrant spring rebirth. This is the time of the year to thicken your lawn’s root system. Our program of fall core aeration, overseeding and organic soil conditioning will help to…

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Climate change is here. There will be a continuation of variable and intense weather in the northeast – droughts AND floods – according to the scientific models. There will be changes in the composition of the types of trees in our forests, new insect threats and more invasive species. While predictions vary, it is clear…

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The 2014 Winter Conference is Connecticut’s largest food, agriculture and sustainability conference and brings into focus the challenges of the next generation of farmers and how they affect all of us. Join us to discuss the future of sustainable farming, celebrate local food and much more. More information

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Now is the best time to work on a getting a good thick carpet of green.  Some of the things we look at: How much water does the lawn get and when? Usually one or two good soaks a week are preferred to numerous light sprinkles. This way the moisture travels down into the soil…

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One of the best ways to brighten up a shady corner is with a planting of colorful garden Impatiens, Impatiens Walleriana. Late in the season last year, however, garden Impatiens everywhere were affected by a disease called Downy Mildew. Wind-blown spores infected plants in many parts of the country. While it is too early to…

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In October 2011, samples of boxwoods with unusual symptoms were submitted to The Plant Disease Information Office of the Experiment Station for diagnosis. Symptoms included leaf spots and blights, rapid defoliation, distinctive black cankers on stems, and severe dieback. Click here for more information

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This Course is for any land care professional or enthusiast interested in learning the ecology and care of residential yards, using products and methods which are sustainable and safe. In over ten years, this course has been shared with over 1200 students! Read More»

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