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Shearing and Hand Pruning 101 – What You Should Know

Any homeowner with shrubbery should learn the basics of shearing and hand pruning. Not only is it a relaxing and rewarding pastime, but it promotes healthy plant growth, and keeps your yard looking its best. At High Prairie Landscape Group, we receive many questions about the importance of shearing and its benefit to the garden. […]

8 Lawn Mowing Tips the Pros Use

Lawn mowing isn’t typically a landscaping task that sparks joy for the average homeowner. Most of the time, you just want to get it over with so the yard looks decent and you can get on with your day.

What is Robotic Mowing, and Should I Consider It for My Property?

With the frequent and never-ending advancements in technology, people can now purchase lawn mowers that will do the job autonomously. If you’ve ever seen a robotic vacuum cleaner before, then this gives you a better idea of what a robot lawnmower is. Robotic mowing is an ideal solution for those that don’t have the time […]

7 Ways to Get Your Lawn Ready for Spring

When the warm weather starts to creep in we all get a little excited. Pleasant temperatures mean no more heavy jackets, you don’t have to deal with crazy inclement weather, and you can actually look forward to spending time outside instead of avoiding it at all costs. The only cloud in the spring sky is […]

A Guide to Pet-Safe Lawn Care

In the pursuit of a perfect lawn and garden, you may end up introducing dangers to your pet. From fertilizer to ice melt, there are some products that can pose a danger to your dog, cat, or even your rabbit. How can you change your lawn care habits to be pet-safe? Also, your pristine landscaping […]

The Keys to Protecting Your Lawn from Winter Damage

All year, your lawn has been doing great. However, one bad winter can significantly impact its performance next year. Damage, a lack of nutrients, and mismanagement can make your lawn stay browner in spring and perform worse even through the summer. And you may find that portions need to be re-seeded. Conversely, if you protect […]