Category: newsletter

May 1

This time of year, every drop of water is important! With summer quickly approaching, it is a good idea to test your irrigation system for any leaks, wear and tear, over-spraying, or lack of coverage. You can easily do a quick test of your own irrigation to be sure there is no water being wasted, and that your

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May 1

For the fifth year in a row, Native Edge Landscape will be sponsoring the Violet Crown Festival! The festival will take place on May 6th from 10am to 5pm in Brentwood Park. We will be creating and decorating a temporary garden to corral Domino the Pig. The plants will be donated to Brentwood Elementary School after the event. Native Edge

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Apr 10

You should re-stain your deck before the weather gets too hot and your wood too dry! The best way to accomplish this is by wetting down your deck and scrubbing it with a biodegradable wood cleaner and a stiff-bristel brush. This will remove all of the dirt and grime, and prepare the wood for staining. Rinse this, and allow the deck to

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Apr 10

What’s Our Edge?

By Hayley Tiefenthaler | Leave a comment

Every day I have new customers ask me what sort of services Native Edge Landscape can provide, and every day I have the same answer – We can do whatever you want. Native Edge is a full-service, completely custom landscape design company. I spoke with our designers to get a better understanding of what this

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Mar 6

From the Inside Looking Out

By Hayley Tiefenthaler | Leave a comment

My only experience with landscaping is getting eaten alive by mosquitos and unwillingly killing every plant I have ever touched. So, as you may imagine, it has been a bit of a learning process in the few months I have worked here at Native Edge Landscape. Through my work on the website portfolio I had

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Mar 6

Oak wilt is a fungal disease that spreads from sap-feeding beetles attracted to fresh wounds on oak trees. These wounds can be caused by broken limbs, root systems, or from pruning. You can protect your trees by avoiding damage caused by lawn equipment such as weed-eaters, lawn mowers, and shovels. Prune your oaks only at

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Sep 8

  Have you ever heard of PARK(ing) Day? For the last decade, designers, artists, and urban advocates have celebrated PARK(ing) Day, an international effort to temporarily reimagine metered parking spaces as public spaces that serve the community. Ranging from miniature parks and coffee shops to tutoring centers and free health clinics, PARK(ing) day interventions both contribute

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Feb 11

SHOW YOUR YARD SOME LOVE

$100 Off One-Time Spring Cleanup

Spring is just around the corner. Give your yard a head start by scheduling a one-time cleanup to clear out all of Winter’s debris. Clean up includes leaf removal, weeding, corn gluten application, winter pruning and trimming to start the spring off right! Contact us now and mention this email to get your discount!

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