Top Underused Florals

March 20, 2019By toE2vPWbbIAll Posts, Pro Landscaping Tips

March 20th is finally here, marking the first official day of Spring. To usher in this much-anticipated season of sunny days and time spent outdoors,  we would like to introduce you to the top annuals that do not get near enough stage time. Read on to discover these unsung beauties and the benefit they can add … Read More

The TLC your Property Needs Now

October 1, 2018By toE2vPWbbIAll Posts, Pro Landscaping Tips

Fall is upon us! The eagerly awaited season ushers in cooler temperatures, beautiful foliage, and the ideal setting for enjoying the outdoors. As with every seasonal change, the transition into fall also brings a new set of priorities for maintaining and protecting your property. Below, Birmingham Operations Manager Chad Galloway details the TLC your property … Read More

The Right Plant for the Right Place | Mistakes to Avoid in Plant Selection

July 26, 2018By toE2vPWbbIAll Posts, Pro Landscaping Tips

Ensuring your plants thrive is all about proper matchmaking: putting the right plant in the right place. General Manager of LW’s Huntsville Branch, Braxton Ferguson, sheds light on this common landscaping issue and how you can avoid wasting time and money on ill-fated plants. When selecting plants for your property, keep these considerations and common … Read More

The “It” Color of 2018

March 29, 2018By toE2vPWbbIAll Posts, Pro Landscaping Tips

Did you know that Ultra Violet was named the official color of the year by the Pantone Color Institute? According to them, “Ultra Violet communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.” In honor of the color purple, we put together a few ways to add a violet splash to your … Read More

Is Your Lawn (Shade) Stressed?

October 12, 2017By toE2vPWbbIPro Landscaping Tips

With football season in full-swing and the holiday season knocking on our doors, we know stress levels are surging across the South. But if you take a minute to look beyond your never ending to-do list, you may find that you’re not the only one feeling the stress. It may not induce nail-biting habits or … Read More