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Celebrating Arbor Day

Celebrating Arbor Day

Today we are celebrating Arbor Day. It is a holiday celebrated nationwide in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees. The first Arbor Day was celebrated in Nebraska by J. Sterling Morgan. On that day an estimated one million trees were planted in Nebraska. Arbor Day has ties to Connecticut as well. Birdsey

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grow your lawn organically

Grow Your Lawn Organically

Sometimes the natural way is better and this is especially true for your lawn. Here at Naturescape, we encourage clients to landscape their yard with organic techniques that are simple and very good for the environment. We carry a variety of organic products and are a member of NOFA, Northeast Organic Farmers Association. Below are some ways

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The Best and the Worst Garden Plants for Pets

Wednesday is National Pet Day and we are going to go over some of the best and the worst garden plants for pets. Pets may inevitably nibble on garden plants so it is important to know what plants are safe, versus which ones are not. Whether it be bulbs, leaves, roots or stems, different plants

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Professional Landscaping Services That Should Be Done in Early Spring

Professional Landscaping Services That Should Be Done in Early Spring   I know it is hard to think that spring is here when you look out your window and there are 3 inches of snow on the ground. Spring in New England can be unpredictable but it’s important to know what professional landscaping services that

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professional landscaping for your yard after winter

Professional Landscaping For Your Yard After Winter

  Naturescape, LLC offers professional landscaping for your yard after winter One of my favorite things to do in the spring is to clean up properties after a rough winter season.   We have certainly seen some rough weather conditions. Winter can drag on so long and getting out in the fresh air, cleaning up broken branches and

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