Is Your Tree Leaning?

Having trees on your property adds value and a great look to any home. While trees require minimum maintenance, you still want to make sure they are as healthy as possible to last for years to come. While most trees tend to grow straight, this is not always the case. Having a tree that leans […]

Do Hammocks Hurt Trees?

  The use of hammocks has significantly increased in recent years. Hammocks are a great way to relax comfortably outside. With the increase in popularity, many cities and universities have begun to put bans on hanging hammocks in certain spaces. This is often attributed to the potential damage that a hammock could cause to trees. […]

Planting Summer Flowers for Your Garden

With summer approaching, you want your gardens’ flowers to be as bright and vibrant as possible. Many flowers do much better during the warmer summer months, and will also bloom during this time. By planting seasonal flowers, you can make sure your home is ready to stand out and be the best home on the […]

Spring Cleaning for Your Lawn

Springtime is here again! Prepping your yard in the spring can lead to a summer full of outdoor activities in a yard that you love. Spring Raking Spring cleaning for your lawn starts with removing the layer of dead grass and leaves. It is best to wait until your grass starts to turn green, so […]

Spring Time Tips For Your Oregon Lawn

Now winter is winding down and the warmer months are coming soon, it is the ideal time to fix any harm done by winter months and prepare the yard in time for the spring. Keep a number of that lawn care advice in mind when keeping your lawn in good shape for this season. Clean […]

Vegetables That Still Thrive in the Winter Months

Medford, Oregon is a great place to try gardening year-round.  Consider planting vegetables that you can cover and have the ability to weather colder temperatures.  Vegetables for Winter Harvest There are many types of plants that will grow well in Southern Oregon during the winter.  Consider carrots, beets, onions, parsnips, rutabaga, and turnips for a […]