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  • Creating butterfly gardens

    Creating butterfly gardens

    Oct.2015 Creating butterfly gardens by Jessica Demasio “… You’ve got an insect that weighs as much as a paper clip, and it can fly two and a half thousand miles…. Continue reading

     
  • Why Plant a Tree?

    Why Plant a Tree?

    Sept.2015 Why Plant a Tree? by Chandler Moran You don’t have to be a “tree hugger” to appreciate the beauty of a tree. Trees have been our partners on this… Continue reading

     
  • Tips for Overcoming a Small Space, without Breaking the Bank

    Tips for Overcoming a Small Space, without Breaking the Bank

    Jul.2015 Tips for Overcoming a Small Space, without Breaking the Bank By Chandler Moran Many of us who live in the City of Rochester, especially near Center City, are faced… Continue reading

     
  • Patios- the Natural Choice

    Patios- the Natural Choice

    Jun.2015 Patios- the Natural Choice By Brandon King I would say the most difficult aspect of working with natural stone is the varying widths of product. While pavers have been… Continue reading

     
  • CHLOE AND FOXGLOVE

    CHLOE AND FOXGLOVE

    Jun.2015 CHLOE AND FOXGLOVE By Melanie Portland Tall lanky spires with lovely bells of color have always caught my eye. Foxglove standing tall in the back row of any flower… Continue reading

     
  • We Are All Ambassadors of Our Environment

    We Are All Ambassadors of Our Environment

    June 2015 We Are All Ambassadors of Our Environment You’ve no doubt heard the slogan “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle” and that water is our most important natural resource. Here’s what… Continue reading

     
  • SPRING LAWN CARE

    SPRING LAWN CARE

    Apr.2015 SPRING LAWN CARE by Jessica Demasio  LAWN CARE DO NOT TREAT GRUBS NOW they are too big, eat minimally in the spring and the products are ineffective. Just because you… Continue reading

     
  • What’s next for your landscaping after this brutal winter

    What’s next for your landscaping after this brutal winter

    Mar. 2015 What’s next for your landscaping after this brutal winter by Jessica Demasio February was Rochester’s coldest month apotheke preise viagra. Ever. What does this mean for your outdoor plants?… Continue reading

     
  • Winter Pruning-shrubs

    Winter Pruning-shrubs

    Feb.2015 Winter Pruning-shrubs by Jessica DeMasio <img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-1209" src="http://broccolotreeandlawn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/shrub-300×169 online apotheken viagra.jpg” alt=”shrub” width=”300″ height=”169″ srcset=”http://broccolotreeandlawn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/shrub-300×169.jpg 300w, http://broccolotreeandlawn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/shrub-98×55.jpg 98w, http://broccolotreeandlawn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/shrub.jpg 697w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px” />  Getting outside… Continue reading

     
  • Forcing Bulbs

    Forcing Bulbs

    Jan.2015 Forcing Bulbs by Jessica DeMasio Forcing bulbs to bloom sounds somewhat cruel. I like to think of it as gently coaxing them. It’s true that they are being slightly… Continue reading