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The Safest Way to De-ice This Winter

Looking out your window at a fresh coat of snow and crystal clear icicles can look quite picturesque until you realize it’s time to clear a pathway to your car or garage. Even after the snow is removed, slippery hardscapes…
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Prepping Your Landscape for Winter

Gone are the leaves and the long days of summer. While a beautiful landscape may be falling to the wayside with the impending holiday season quickly approaching, there still are many ways you can prepare your home for the winter…
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Fall Planting

Now that temperatures are falling and leaves are changing colors, it might seem backwards to start adding new plants to your landscape. September can’t be a good time for planting, right? This is quite a common misconception. Actually, autumn is…
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Buzz Off: Combating Pests This Summer

Pests. They come in many forms from rodents to insects. Not only can they be annoying, but they can be detrimental to your landscape. The good news is there are plenty of measures you can take to combat their destruction.…
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Planting the Seeds of Great Landscaping

Trees, shrubs, and grasses, oh my! Planting is both a landscape essential as well as a significant contributor to the health of our environment. Western Lehigh always makes use of plant materials that are pest-resistant as well as low maintenance,…
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Dreaming of Summer Swimming?

The snow has melted and it’s starting to stay lighter later. Now that we are enjoying our spring weather, we can’t help but look forward to summer. If you are dreaming of hot, summer days next to your own pool,…
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Should You Be Worried About Spotted Lanternflies?

Last year, the Lehigh Valley fell under siege. The culprit? The spotted lanternfly. Despite being native to Asia, spotted lanternflies were popping up across the United States infesting cities and killing and destroyed plants. Homeowners were warned to be on…
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