Landscaping Mistakes Not To Make This Fall And Winter

Dated: 09/14/2016

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It's that time of year once more.  Fall is in the air and with fall comes cooler temperatures and leaves changing into their beautiful new colors as they fall from the trees.  Such a wonderful time of year!  

It's also that time of year to begin preparing and protecting our lawns, shrubs and flowers for the winter months to come.  Everyone enjoys watching their landscapes come back to life in the spring, however, there are a lot of common mistakes people make that can derail all that hard work and be costly.  As with all mistakes, lessons have been learned and it's never too late to soak up new knowledge that may help you avoid these mistakes and keep your checkbooks happy.  Keep reading the link below to find out how to avoid making some of these landscaping mistakes this fall and winter season.  Happy landscaping!

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Tony Swainey

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