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      How to Deadhead Plants for Blooms All Season

      How to Deadhead Plants for Blooms All Season

      The idea behind deadheading is fairly simple. Once a flower has finished blooming it puts its energy into going to seed to regenerate blooms for next year. But if you catch it ahead of time, you can keep those blooms going rather than allowing the plant to force its...
      June Yard and Garden Maintenance

      June Yard and Garden Maintenance

      Well, it’s June and you are probably doing a lot more gardening and landscaping outside then you did just a couple of months ago. Most of the area is now lush and green, especially with as much sun and rain we’ve received over the last month. June marks...
      How to Care for a Newly Seeded Lawn

      How to Care for a Newly Seeded Lawn

      Whether you are reseeding your lawn or laying a brand new yard, the basics of lawn care is about the same. We want to make sure it’s the right time so now is the perfect time of year to consider giving your lawn a fresh reseeding or boost. If you’re...
      5 Yard Maintenance Tasks for April

      5 Yard Maintenance Tasks for April

      Here we are, it’s almost April… After what seemed like 372 years of March. But, one of the things we can do while we are sheltering in place is landscaping. And, that certainly doesn’t stop First Fruits Landscaping from coming out and doing your general...
      Winter Yard Maintenance Tasks for February

      Winter Yard Maintenance Tasks for February

      Winter Yard Maintenance Tasks for February: Well, it’s the middle of winter in the Pacific Northwest and we are in that weird time where we could get more snow or we can have a few days of temperatures over 60° and then another cold snap at the end of March....