The Dirt on Mushroom Poisoning

As mushrooms begin to pop up across lawns this spring, mushrooms poisonings reach their highest levels. There are no easily distinguishable differences between poisonous and nonpoisonous mushrooms, and as Americans become more adventurous in their mushroom collection and consumption, poisonings are likely to increase.
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Environmentally Friendly Lawn Care Tips

Preserving your yard in a traditional method isn’t always the “greenest” endeavor. Whether it’s using chemical-laden pesticides and fertilizer or working with greenhouse gas-producing lawn tools, some methods of lawn upkeep can be tough on the environment.
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Winter Pet Safety

Winter is HERE! We love our pets, so keeping them safe in the wintertime should be a top priority. See below for some friendly reminders detailing how you can ensure your pet stays warm, happy and out of harm’s way even on the dreariest of winter days.
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Weather Update

More rainfall is expected due to Hurricane Joaquin, which became a category 3 hurricane as of Wednesday night. This, along with other contributing factors, will result in significant rainfall in North and South Carolina.
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The Value of Quailty Landscaping

Most associations have a robust landscaping budget, but the practical purposes accomplished by quality landscaping makes it money well spent. Landscaping can save money. Substituting perennial ground cover for grass greatly reduces maintenance, and drought-tolerant plants reduce water costs. Shrubs and trees screen unsightly utility boxes, trash areas or an unfortunate view. They also make effective sound barriers and privacy screens.
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