In celebration of National Women’s Day this month, why not also celebrate a flower that symbolizes feminity? While we all recognize the word azalea, there are actually over a thousand types that come in different shapes, sizes and colors, just as women do.
When doing extensive pruning of your azaleas, wait until early Spring or late winter. While you will have to say farewell to some of the buds, the plants energy will be diverted to the latent growth buds. To prevent seed formation, which can ultimately reduce next year’s blooming beauties, clip spent flower’s trusses while also ensuring you do not damage the growth buds. And of course if you need help, call us, the professionals.
Learn a little summer to fall transitional lawn maintenance and the importance of hiring a professional.
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Learn a little about deadheading, pruning, and the importance of hiring a professional.
Welcome to VLS's New Lawn Prep School. Class is in Session.
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It's that time of the year! Grilling Season. Throw on your white sneakers and tube socks and then prepare to have them knocked off by these stellar recipes!
First, we have Peachy Baby Back Ribs!
Peachy Baby Back Ribs
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“How Short Should I Cut My Grass In The Spring?”
In the very late winter and early spring, it is recommended that one cuts their grass extremely close (approximately 1”) in order to dethatch and remove dead layers of grass and debris.…