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Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Donation for Education

27-03-2013 by admin

On Friday, April 19th,  Holy Comforter Preschool will be holding its annual fundraising event at Westwood Country Club in Vienna. This year's Western theme is Boots and Barbeque and there will be both a silent and live auction. One hundred percent [...]

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Plant of the Week: Yoshino Cherry

27-03-2013 by admin

March 20th through April 14 marks the greatest springtime celebration in D.C.; The National Cherry Blossom Festival. In honor of the Cherry Blossom Festival, this week's Plant of the Week is the Yoshino Cherry tree. Besides being known as the main fo [...]

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Letter from the Owner, Josh Kane

20-03-2013 by admin

Well, it was another warmer than average winter with little in the way of snow, but hey Spring is almost here!  With the flowers getting ready to bloom and the grass starting to green now is the time when Kane Landscapes goes from being busy to real [...]

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Plant of the Week: Redbuds

18-03-2013 by admin

Despite the wintery weather we are having this morning, we assure you that spring is on its way. In the hopes of bringing in warmer weather, blooming trees, and budding flowers, we are making this week's plant of the week the Redbud.Redbuds are one o [...]

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Shamrocks and Clovers

14-03-2013 by admin

With March 17th just a few days away, Kane Landscapes wanted to provide you with a few interesting facts about St. Patrick’s day, and what it means apart from green beer, green clothes, and green beads.  And, most importantly, what the difference [...]

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Plant of the Week: Hellebores

11-03-2013 by admin

Hellebores are popular among gardeners because they are drought tolerant, frost resistant, and extremely easy to grow an maintain.  These ornamental perennials typically bloom in late winter or early early spring and may continue to bloom through [...]

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Seasonal Plant Change Outs for Year Round Interest

11-03-2013 by admin

Last year, Kane Landscapes was approached by Davelle Clothiers located in Reston Town Center to spruce up their storefront with new ceramic urns and bi-monthly plant change outs. Prior to contacting Kane Landscapes, the store had two small brown ur [...]

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Plant of the Week: Witch Hazel

05-03-2013 by admin

Most people are familiar with witch hazel because of its use in skin care products. Witch hazel is also considered a must-have shrub for fragrance and color in the winter garden. It is a large shrub that is noteworthy for being one of the last shru [...]

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