As temperatures rise, we look to our gardens and hope that the heat doesn’t completely destroy our flower beds. Some plants just can’t handle the heat! Luckily, we know of a few plants that really do. Read on to learn more about keeping your garden full of color, even when it’s scorching hot!
The lantana can flower year round in warmer weather. Plant it in a pot and bring it inside over winter to brighten up your home. The cheery little flowers will attract honey bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to your yard.
Learn a little summer to fall transitional lawn maintenance and the importance of hiring a professional.
Welcome to VLS’s New Lawn Prep School. Class is in Session.
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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
Then, wow your…
“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.…