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  • Earth Blend Leaf Compost vs Comtil Plus Compost
    Earth Blend Leaf Compost vs Comtil Plus Compost
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    We offer two high-quality compost products: Earth Blend Leaf Compost and Comtil Plus Compost. While both of these products will enrich your soil while adding much needed nutrients, they each have specific benefits to offer and should be considered individually before making a final decision. Learn more here.

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  • Getting a Head Start on Seasonal Lawn & Garden Care
    Getting a Head Start on Seasonal Lawn & Garden Care
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    Weather permitting, as things change quickly here in the midwest, we want to help cover your outside to-dos with garden and landscape items. Our goal is to create a head start for you on something that may otherwise feel daunting!

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  • Outdoor Plant Maintenance 101
    Outdoor Plant Maintenance 101
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    So, you’ve planned your landscape, planted your seeds or seedlings, and you’re finally looking forward to enjoying the well-earned view of your beautifully kept yard. Now what? For seasoned gardeners, they know that this aspect of gardening is only just scratching the surface since maintaining a well-manicured and lovely-looking yard takes a little work and a few tools.

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  • Caring for your Grass & Plants in Hot Weather
    Caring for your Grass & Plants in Hot Weather
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    When it comes to lawn care and gardening, creating a schedule that makes sense for your day-to-day is essential when planning for your week and months ahead. July and August, for instance, are times of vigorous growth and flowering, so it’s important to keep up your momentum!

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  • Planning Your Lawn & Garden for Next Year
    Planning Your Lawn & Garden for Next Year
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    You have now secured your yard for the harsh winter months. That means now is the time to reflect on your lawn and garden successes from the past year and to focus on what improvements can be made moving forward! Grab yourself a cup of hot tea or some cocoa, and begin with some self-reflection.

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