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November Landscaping Tips

November means temperatures are starting to cool down. If there hasn’t been a freeze yet, there will be one soon. Follow these tips to keep your yard beautiful through the cold months. During November, continue planting winter vegetables such as beets, broccoli, and spinach. Herbs such as parsley, thyme, sage, and cilantro are best grown…

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Looking for Color – Late Fall Tips

Are you looking for ideas to add some color to your landscape during Late Fall and into Winter months? Look no more!!! I have done a little research and put together a list of my favorite colorful blooming plants for this time of year: The Clematis is a perennial vine best grown in partial to…

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“Mums” the Word

  When I think about the plants that best represent Fall, I always picture Mums. Mums seem to be a staple of the fall season because of their beautiful harvest colors. Here a few tips on picking out the best mums for your Autumn décor: Get the best bang for your buck by choosing plants…

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DIY Plant Food

We know that many of you like to “DIY” when it comes to your flower beds and potted plants around your home. Love Irrigation would like to offer you some tips on how to save money and reduce waste by using products you may already have to help your plants reach their full potential. If…

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Love Irrigation Wants to Help You Deter Deer

As beautiful as these creatures are, deer can be a nuisance to your yard and destroy your hard work and money spent. We, at Love Irrigation, want to provide you with some tips to help protect your plants. When considering what flowers to plant, using ones with scented foliage is a plus. Consider planting flowers…

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