A thorough fall cleanup means a healthy, vibrant spring, so check out these tips for preparing your landscape for frost and other winter weather! Click on the names of the plants throughout the page to find out more about how to harvest or care for the plants
Aeration is the process of using a machine to pull 2.5” to 4” cylindrical cores made up of soil, thatch, roots and turf out of your lawn. The cores are deposited on top of your lawn and eventually break down to top-dress your lawn. Aeration modifies your
You probably don’t know that our founder, Barney Naylor has quite a knack for grilling. Rumor has it that many of the best kept recipe secrets in the world can be found on his BBQ. Our brand-new monthly feature on the #NaylorBlog isn’t just for the grill-savvy
Fire pits are one of the most popular landscaping requests we get! This particular client had a deck that got little use—it was small and seemed to float in the yard. Plus, they had a fire pit in the middle of their yard that they gravitated towards instead.
As the summer temperatures reach their highs, it’s a good time to start thinking about the steps you can take now to protect your lawn during the winter months. With the first day of autumn falling on Thursday, September 22, you’ve got plenty of time to