A New Insect Is Infecting Your Trees

April 18, 2016By toE2vPWbbIPro Landscaping Tips

The crape myrtle is a popular tree in the southeastern United States, favored for its beauty, variety, and ability to endure difficult conditions. Until recently, the greatest threat to the crape myrtle was improper pruning, commonly known as “crape murder”. However, a relatively new insect, Crape Myrtle Bark Scale, is beginning to cause major problems. … Read More

Central Alabama Promotion, Chad Galloway

April 11, 2016By toE2vPWbbICompany News

Chad Galloway has been promoted to Operations Manager for our Birmingham branch location. In his new role, he will guide the day-to-day operations at our Irondale facility while continuing to lead safety efforts and providing customer service for his book of business. Chad, a green industry veteran of more than 10 years and has been … Read More

Myth-Busting Lawn Care Tips

April 6, 2016By toE2vPWbbIPro Landscaping Tips

Have you ever wondered when the right time to apply fertilizer to your yard is or whether it’s ok to cut the grass really short? To help homeowners get their spring and summer lawn care off to a great start and to celebrate National Lawn Care Month, the National Association of Landscape Professionals offered these myth-busting tips: … Read More

New Team Member | Destanee Redden

April 1, 2016By toE2vPWbbICompany News

Landscape Workshop would like to welcome Destanee Redden as the company’s new Nashville Business Development Manager. In this role, Destanee will develop regional contacts, drive growth through client acquisition, and obtain commercial maintenance contracts while ensuring customer needs are met for both the Nashville, TN and Huntsville, AL branch locations. “I am most excited to … Read More