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Why is my Grass Brown in the Winter?

  The winter season is here, Sacramento is receiving good amounts of rainfall but your grass is still brown? Are you starting to question your current landscaper? Logic would say that grass should be the most green during the winter/fall season. It is cooler during...

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New Year’s Resolution – Landscape

  As we enter into the first week of the New Year. Many New Year Resolutions are in full effect. What is not as popular is resolutions/enhancements for your landscape around your property. In this article we discuss 3 simple ways that can change the appearance of any...

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How to Extend Your Blooming Season – Azaleas

The season is here and depending on the type of Azalea you have, it is currently blooming, or will begin blooming in the next couple of weeks. Azalea’s are great shrubs that provide you fall color from September to about April maybe even May depending on the variety...

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Crape Myrtle Pruning

The fall season has come to a end and the winter season is beginning. Many Crape Myrtle owners question when is the best time to begin pruning their trees. CLS believes that pruning in January (or once all leaves have fallen) is the best time to begin shaping your...

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Winter Fertilizing Tips

  As we enter into the new year many might be wondering a good fertilizer to use for this upcoming winter season. Here at CLS we fertilize on the calendar quarter, every Jan, Apr, Jul. & Oct. applying different types of fertilizer depending on the season. You might be...

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