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Must See Tips for Your Plants to Survive Winter

Dec 15, 2016 3:58:14 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Winter Tips

Not only are we talented landscapers and gardeners, we're talented listeners, too. We've heard you loud and clear and came up with a handy winter checklist to keep you and your garden in check during the "off-season".

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Winter Weather Plant Damage

Feb 3, 2016 1:43:07 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Winter

Is winter near the end?  Spring is closing in fast especially with the very mild winter that we have had in Wisconsin.  How do the winter months affect landscape plants?  It depends on what type of winter you had in your area. 

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How to Protect your Landscape This Winter

Dec 2, 2015 11:18:54 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Care & Maintenance Winter Tips

Are the mice, moles and rabbits waiting to nibble away at the plants within your landscape. The snow provides both cover and insulation for their nesting sites and often the resulting damage goes unnoticed until spring. Younger landscapes and trees with thin bark are the most prone to damage and if trees are completely girdled, death becomes imminent. Read our 4 tips on how to protect your landscape during winter.

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February Landscaping Tips

Feb 9, 2015 11:10:46 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Tips

February Landscaping Tips – Winter is a great time to prune certain trees and shrubs, and to plan out landscaping projects with a design professional to ensure the right plants are going in the right space. Planning is the key to any great landscape. Below are McKay's February Landscaping Tips:

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Winter Interest Plants and Holiday Decorating

Dec 4, 2014 10:11:07 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Winter

Winter Interest Plants and Holiday Decorating – Holiday greens, brilliant berries, graceful grasses and colorful twigs make for a breathtaking view in a barren winter landscape scene. With the long Midwest winters, it is important to choose plants for your landscape that have year-round interest.

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