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Commercial Snow Plowing in Connecticut By the end of December, Connecticut residents typically see about 10 inches of snowfall. With winter rapidly approaching it’s time to consider snow removal plans for both home and businesses. Commercial snow plowing in Connecticut is essential to provide safe walkways and parking lots for valued customers as well as reduce the development of pavement...
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Life is busy. Home landscapes that require time, effort and money to maintain may not fit your schedule or budget. Fortunately, with a bit of planning and know-how you can create a gorgeous landscape with with low maintenance plants that will create curb appeal and provide years of enjoyment. Defining Low Maintenance Plants Plants for a low maintenance landscape should...
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In 2012, the U.S. Department of Agriculture changed the plant hardiness zone map, the standard by which gardeners, garden centers and nurseries, select plants that are hardy enough to withstand winter conditions in a particular area. Most of the state of Connecticut falls in hardiness zone 6, although the extreme northwest part of the state is zone 5, and the...
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Fix Yellow Spots on Lawn Caused by Urine Nothing is more beautiful than a lush, green lawn unspoiled by weeds, bare patches, or the telltale signs of dog spotting—those yellowish-brown areas where dogs return over and over again to relieve themselves. Dog urine contains rich amounts of nitrogen compounds and salts that, when concentrated in a small area, result in...
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(BRANFORD, CT January 9, 2014) – Clean Cut Landscaping recently announced its new membership to the Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA). SIMA is a nonprofit trade organization dedicated to ensuring professionalism and safety by helping those who manage snow and ice master essential skills and practices. Clean Cut Landscaping joins a league of snow and ice management service providers...
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It was expressed by the famous architect, Luis Barragan, that architecture, landscape and gardening are one, and cannot be divided. In all great landscape paintings, on all beautiful estates, this holds true. A resplendent landscape never competes with, nor detracts from, the architecture that hosts it. Gardening is an art form....
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