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Marcie Miner, Author at Naturescape LLC - Page 4 of 14

Give the gift of Curb Appeal

Often times we get so busy or tired that we can’t see the forest through the trees.  Or the weeds through the shrubs.  Miss a season or two and you could easily find that your landscape has gotten ahead of you.  While you were recovering or ignoring your landscape, it was still growing and moving along

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5 great exercises for spring

5 Great Exercises For The Spring

5 Great Exercises For The Spring The northeast got a taste of spring today!  With highs in the 50s, it certainly felt and sounded like spring, didn’t it? Unfortunately, temperatures will sink back into the 40s, but that’s ok because we all know that spring is coming. With that comes the yearly duties of picking up

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How To Have An Energy Efficient Garden and Landscape

How To Have An Energy Efficient Garden and Landscape

Most people think of their home as the only place to cut energy costs. Energy can be saved in a variety of ways and in different locations.  We have ideas on how to cut your energy costs in your landscape as well. The winter often gives homeowners sticker shock when paying for their energy/heating bill. Today we

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The Benefits of Landscaping with Native Plants

The Benefits of Landscaping with Native Plants

The Benefits of Landscaping with Native Plants There are many benefits of landscaping with native plants.  Native plants are some of the easiest landscape plants to grow. They support the local ecological system and native wildlife.  They save water because they have already adapted to our very own weather patterns.  Native plants provide vital habitat

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How Snow Benefits Landscapes And Lawns

Have you gotten your bread and milk yet? You should because Connecticut is looking at its first major winter storm of the season. Winter Storm Harper is set to dump half a foot or more of snow on our state with some sleet and freezing to close it out. Though snow can cause some damage

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