Raising the standards for Landscaping & Maintenance in Northwest Arkansas

summer sizzle and its dangers

Posted by on Jul 15, 2015 in Uncategorized |

heat·stroke ˈhētˌstrōk/ noun noun: heat-stroke a condition marked by fever and often by unconsciousness, caused by failure of the body’s temperature-regulating mechanism when exposed to excessively high temperatures. -heat exhaustion and heat stroke are things that we worry about on the regular when the heat index is as high as it is right now.  we make sure our guys know how to keep themselves safe and also keep an eye on each other.  we...

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Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Blog |

**giveaway** do you know about apple seeds??  if you don’t, we need to change that!!  roots is very excited to be a sponsor of their first annual picnic on the farm fundraiser happening on june 6th and we want you to go! we’re giving away a large gourmet basket for four with some great garden items and accessories added in!  {see pics}  we’re also announcing more goodies being added to the basket throughout the contest. all...

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you get what you pay for

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in Blog, Uncategorized |

the realization that you get what you pay for can lead to a real palm-to-face kind of moment.  on the flip side, it can be a blessing knowing you don’t have to worry or deal with inconveniences.. finding out that corners were cut takes time to rear it’s ugly head.  and by the time it does…..you’ve already paid in full. this is especially true with maintenance contracts. imagine this:  you receive the requested bids and...

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underneath the mistletoe

Posted by on Dec 18, 2014 in Blog |

*smooch* it’s the time of year when mistletoe is very popular and romanticized.  i’m not here to take that away from you, promise…. i set out thinking i would find the origin of kissing under the mistletoe and found that mistletoe has a lot {i mean a lot} of different legends, beliefs and even remedies attached to it. in scandinavia, enemies declared peace while standing under the mistletoe.  as did arguing spouses. in parts...

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ice quakes

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Blog |

i heard about this for the first time last night while watching the weather.  basically, the temperature tanks fast, the moisture in the ground freezes really fast, the ice expands and then the ground cracks with a big ‘ol boom. they happened in the midwest and canada in january this year and there was a chance it would happen here last night. i thought it sounded like the makings of a snowmagedden type action packed movie will smith and...

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