Article: So You’ve Found a Grub in the Yard; Now What?
So you're working in your garden and you spot a grub in some overturned soil. As you freak out, your first thought is to call your landscaper and douse your entire property in pesticide. But take a deep breath - finding a few grubs or insects is just fine, and part of a healthy landscape. This article explains just how much are too much, and how much are just right . More
Ridgewood Summer Day Campers Learn to Attract Hummingbirds
R&S Landscaping recently visited Ridgewood Day Camp's 1st and 2nd grade girls to teach them about the hummingbird and how they can attract them. Over 100 Campers took home red salvia plants after the July 14 workshop. More
Article: Mulch: Ready to be your Garden’s Superhero
It is widely recognized that mulch provides a finished looked to a property. But in addition to the aesthetic value, it provides other benefits to a yard. More