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Winter Garden Tips: 6 Things You Must do in Your Garden

  6 Must-do Winter Gardening Tips   After putting in a lot of time and effort into your yard during the spring, summer, and fall months, it is easy to develop “Gardener’s Depression” during the winter months. What’s a gardener to do in these barren, lifeless days of winter? Believe it or not, there is plenty to do during the cold months ahead. Here are 6 winter gardening tips to keep you busy this winter: … Continue reading


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Spiral Topiary: Step by Step Guide

Spiral Topiary

Have you tried or considered trimming your Topiary? Topiary trees are great to add character to any outdoor space. But, let’s be honest, shaping and maintaining a topiary will take patience.  The Bottom of the Topiary 1. Plant your boxwood in a large container with your soil-based potting mix.  To shape a spiral with a ball shape on top, what you will need to do is start from the bottom and work your way to … Continue reading


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Balled and Burlapped Trees

Music by audionautix.com Harvesting Trees   Have you ever wondered how we dig our trees from the nursery? Balled and burlapped trees are grown in our fields for 2 or more years. The trees are harvested in winter. We use a Tree Spade attachment on our tractor to dig up the large trees. There is an advantage to buying a field grown tree. The trees are both large and sturdy and will make an immediate … Continue reading


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Winter Landscapes

Winter Landscape

Winter landscapes are the perfect time to get a good sense of your hardscape layout. As the leaves begin to fall from the trees and the fall flowers are cut back, we can see more prominent plant structures in our landscape designs. Hardscape Statues, trellises, benches, and arbors stand out from where they have once been adorned with flowers and grasses. Even though old man winter has come in, we can still make our outdoor … Continue reading


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The Worst Advice We’ve ever heard about Lawn Care

There are so many myths about lawn care shared between neighbors. We want to shed some light on commonly misunderstood information. My neighbor’s lawn is full of weeds; my yard is just going to grow the weeds too. By adequately fertilizing, using weed control applications and mowing correctly, you do not have to fall victim to those weeds. Your good habits will show on your lawn, and you do not need to worry about what … Continue reading


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Out with the Old: In with Arborvitae

Our crews are out all around Fayetteville, NC. They are installing new plants, pulling out old ones, refreshing mulch, and performing routine maintenance for both residential and commercial clients. I caught up with a crew pulling old shrubs from the ground and replacing them with Emerald Green Arborvitae. Recently we photographed Green Biz specialists digging up old shrubs from the ground and planting Emerald Green Arborvitae. Watch our video to see the transformation in action. … Continue reading


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Fire Pits For Your Outdoor Space

Nothing says come hang out this evening like a fire pit. It’s a place to sit, tell stories, listen to music and talk with friends and family. Fire pits are versatile; you can enjoy them in warm months roasting smores and hobo pies after long summer fun-filled days. The offer a place to sit back and relax after a long week of work. Big Space, Small Space, No Problem. Fire Pits come in all shapes and sizes. … Continue reading


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Creating Your Outdoor Space

  Creating Outdoor Space   Whatever your reasons for creating your outdoor space we have three things you must incorporate. Items that provide privacy and style add in elements of fire and water and lighting.   Privacy & Style. Some homes sit very close to their neighbors. Adding a privacy screen of some sort will help relax the feel and mood of the space. Privacy screens come in a variety of shapes, colors, and materials. Don’t forget to … Continue reading


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Green Biz Lawn Maintenance & Installation Services

Green Biz: Lawn Maintenance and Installation Services Our lawn maintenance and installation services cover residential and commercial customers. We provide services such as trimming sod installation irrigation installation irrigation maintenance shrub and tree pruning planting and mulching Paver Installation Retaining Wall Installation ponds and fountains Our Staff In addition, Green Biz Staff members are professionals with a background in landscaping. It is through our customer service that we build up relationships with our clients. Furthermore, we … Continue reading


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Yellow Bellied Sap-Sucker

That Pretty Little Pest: Yellow Bellied Sap-Sucker The Yellow Bellied Sap-Sucker comes from the woodpecker family. This pretty bird is a pest and will create lines of shallow holes in trees. These holes will leave trees susceptible to disease and insect damage. Identification These small woodpeckers have bold colored feathers. The body is made up of black and white feathers, and the forehead boasts a bright red stripe. The males have brightly colored red neck feathers. The chests of these … Continue reading


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