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Something to do while you shelter in place

A great way to teach your family how to be more self reliant and healthy while you shelter in place would be to grow a vegetable garden.   You don’t need a lot of space but what you do need is plenty of sun.  You can go with as little as a 10×10 foot area, plant in

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Doing small things

“We cannot do great things on earth, only small things with great love.” Mother Teresa. There’s been so many changes due to the outbreak of Covid-19.  You may have already heard that the governor of Connecticut has ordered all non-essential businesses to cease operations by Monday 8pm ( because it’s spring and plants will continue

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We are thankful

Last year, at this time, Jeff had been to the hospital for a heart incident and installation of a stent.  We are thankful he survived but while still in his 50’s we weren’t prepared for that.  In September he was finally starting to feel better he was slammed from behind by a drunk driver.  He suffered

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Planning for the future of your lawn next spring

Everything we do these days is hopeful.  We hope for life in spring so we plan for it.  We fertilize knowing we will not see it’s full benefit until spring.  We add lime knowing its benefits will not become apparent for many months.  We aerate, dotting lawns with soil cores, with the hopes that it

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Fall is the best time for seeding your lawn !

Summer coming to a close bring many thoughts.  Workers are tired of working long days, customers are tired of landscaping bills and mowing lawns, kids are tired of laying around all summer.  Well, not really.  Haha.  Before you throw in the towel, we need to see what we can do for our lawns and landscapes

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