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The Dangers of Unlicensed Contractors

20-11-2015 by Emily Inglis

It is easy to overlook some of the details when hiring a landscape contractor to do work on your home. The landscape contractor has his own truck with a logo on it and everything. All the employees have what at least passes for uniforms. So, everyt [...]

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Kane Landscapes Wins Excellence In Landscapes Award

11-11-2015 by Julie Kane

  Kane Landscapes, Inc. is proud to announce that we recently received an award for our entry into the 2015 Excellence in Landscape Awards by the Landscape Contractors Association (LCA). Kane will be receiving a Distinction Award at LCA’s A [...]

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A Quick Guide to Leaf Removal

30-10-2015 by Emily Inglis

Have you looked outside lately? If you have, you may have noticed that we’re experiencing a spectacular array of autumn color! I’ve been in the Northern Virginia area for a few years now, but this is the first Autumn I’ve seen the full spectrum [...]

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The Best Plants for Fall Foliage Color

26-10-2015 by Emily Inglis

Fall is one of the most beautiful times of year in Virginia, and this season has been a particularly great one for revealing the abundance of color potential hidden in our landscapes. From the bright yellows of birches, redbuds, and hydrangeas, to th [...]

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Fall Activity of The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is Upon Us!

16-10-2015 by Emily Inglis

  "This week, Wednesday specifically, thousands of Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs (BMSB) begin their movement towards overwintering habitats. The interesting thing about this phenomenon is that BMSB almost all start moving around and flying on t [...]

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