Dormant Pruning

It’s that time of year again – our dormant seasonal pruning will start later this month. Dormant pruning is essential to the health of your trees and shrubs. Bryan’s top reasons to prune are: 1) Removal of dead, diseased or damaged tissue 2) Increase safety 3) Control shaping 4) Encourage the production of fruit and

The frost is on the pumpkin…

Shorter days and cooler nights signal that it’s time to get your landscape ready for the dormant season, and to prepare for next spring. The onset of fall will allow your yard to recover from our very warm summer, and that means it’s a good time to be thinking about some treatments and services for

It Has Sprung!

After all the rain, it is good to see the sun again! Chico is in bloom, and the longer days and warming temperatures mean that it is time to think about getting your yard ready for summer. Our color selections are arriving weekly, and everything looks really great. We have impatiens, begonias, zinnias – just

Just Around the Corner

The brilliantly blooming trees and shrubs around town are letting us know that spring is not far away! Our dormant pruning is behind us and soon we will turn our attention to the broad leaf evergreens. To prepare your landscapes for the warmer weather ahead we are applying fertilizer and pre-emergent. Our high quality granular

Autumn Arrives

It’s that time of year again…it seems like summer might finally be done. In North State gardens, it often seems like several seasons need to be addressed simultaneously. Right now, your summer color may still be looking good, but it’s really time to get on to the fall and winter varieties. They will be so