Monday, April 1, 2013 by IMC
Ever since you put away your mower and rake last season, you have dreamed of this time - green is replacing gray - sunny skies have moved the clouds and snow has turned to rain - you guessed it spring is here and let's get into the yard - here are some ideas to get your landscape in tip top shape.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 by IMC
The smartest way to begin the season is to repair before you replace. The next step is to resist the temptation to plant annuals until you are positive that temperatures will be temperate. If you must break out the shovel and add some new life to your garden...
Friday, March 6, 2009 by IMC
The economy is not good to say the least, but this doesn’t mean that our backyard oasis or curb appeal should suffer. There is much to be done that can cut future costs, increase the value of your home, and give a sense of pride and accomplishment while beautifying your surroundings.
Monday, February 18, 2008 by IMC
When a master painter sits down to create their next work of art, they start at the same point each and every time. They stare at a stark white canvas, void of guides, inspiration, or cues on how or where to start. They impart beauty on this clean slate from the mind.
Friday, November 16, 2007 by IMC
The temperature is falling, the color is fading, the warm wind from the south has shifted to the north – these are all signs that our friend Old Man Winter will be making his annual appearance. For those of you fortunate enough to live in climates where winter means putting on a sweater at night to “take the chill out of the air,” or reducing the amount of SPF you put on before hitting the beach, we envy you, as 90% of the United States goes into hibernation in the coming weeks and months.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007 by IMC
Just because the summer season is behind us doesn’t mean that we need to trade in our gardening tools for the snow shovel. If you planned it out in the spring, you should have some fall color starting to reach its peak…if you didn’t plan for the end of the season, don’t give up hope because you can still enjoy a beautiful bounty of fall bouquets.