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The mysterious case of the Bag Worm

Bag worms are a nasty little pest, which can quickly defoliate over one hundred species of trees, including cypress, juniper, pine, spruce, apple, elm and willow. So, what are they? Bag worms, or bag moths, are a family of the Lepidoptera order of insects, making them closely […]

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It’s Way too Cold and Nasty! Try Landscaping Indoors!?!?

In these cold, windy, nasty times people find it difficult to get out and enjoy nature,  walk on the grass and literally smell the roses. Most of us would love to be able to enjoy nature whenever we want, whenever we need to – and fortunately we […]

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I Have Seen the Future of Pavers and Hardscaping!!!

Monday was yet another washout of a January workday.  I received a sales call from my friends at PAVERART, asking me to stop in to have a look at some of their new products.  I was already planning to stop by their shop later this week and […]

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DIY Home Landscapers: What YOU should be doing in YOUR yard this week.

Things have been really busy on this end. I figured it’s a great time to post a landscaping/gardening tip! Today’s topic deals with rain, irrigation and one of my few pet peeves. Mother Nature has been kind enough to bestow plenty of natural irrigation upon us these […]

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DIY Home Landscapers: What YOU should be doing in YOUR yard this week!

It’s a great time of the year to be a landscaper. The temperatures are finally getting warmer, the leaves are ready to come out and suddenly our lawns are beginning to show a greenish tint! Last week we tuned up our hand tools and power equipment, raked […]

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Landscape Design Made Simple: The Final Plan!

Thanks again for checking back in with us. As a quick refresher, I decided to take readers into my mind as I do one our our patented “Extreme Landscape Makeover” designs. Today’s article deals with the final presentation of our latest project. This project is unique because […]

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Writing and Education is a HUGE Priority for Lundholm Landscaping. Check out my 2012 Blog results, going to be hard to top!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,200 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, […]

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Landscape Design Basics: Stage 3- Bringing the Design Together

Thanks for checking back in with me.  We are currently working on a series of articles taking you inside my mind as a design a custom landscape.  Here’s a quick summary of what we’ve learned so far… Stage 1:  Determined homeowner needs and vision for the project. […]

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Landscape Design Made Simple: Stage 2- Analyzing Details and Putting Ideas on Paper

It’s December 3rd, 2012 and it’s time to continue on with our Landscape Design Series. We made the decision to take a part of our back yard and turn it into a fire pit/outdoor entertaining type area.  That’s correct, I am taking you into my own back […]

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Landscape Design Made Simple

As things begin to wind down in the landscaping world, I consider this a great time to start planning for next year. Each year, I like to take an area of my property and completely change it. This year, I have decided to add a KICK ASS […]

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