Julie Watson, specialty gardener at Midland Park-based R&S Landscaping, recently worked with students at Upper Saddle River Children’s Academy to decorate the grounds for fall and prepare the garden for early spring color.
R&S Landscaping, the region’s leading environmentally responsible landscaping firm, recognizes learning about the environment makes an even greater impact when children can interact with nature up close and personal. That’s why they recently held a “How To Attract Butterflies” workshop at Ridgewood Summer Day Camp.
Plants in New Jersey are no different; they feel the effects of a long winter, too. Cold weather can cause all types of problems for your lawn and plants. For example, heavy snowfalls may break limbs and rapid temperature changes can damage plant tissue. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a beautiful landscape this spring.
Congratulations to our winners, Barry Glick of Franklin Lakes and Charlotte Gorun of Clifton, NJ!
These gardeners have been able to exercise their creative talents and capture the beauty of nature at the same time.
The bees and butterflies have a new habitat in New York City thanks to R&S Landscaping’s new rooftop garden installation.The region’s eco-friendly landscaping company was recently retained to transform a barren west side rooftop into a beautiful, green, outdoor haven.
R&S Landscaping recognizes learning about the environment makes an even greater impact when children can interact with nature up close and personal. That’s why they recently held a “Native Flower Gardening” workshop at Ridgewood Summer Day Camp.
R&S Landscaping recently presented the grand prize to the winner of its fourth annual Earth Day poster contest: Anika Sharma, a first-grade student at Willard School in Ridgewood, N.J.
The Glen Rock Historical & Preservation Society (GRHPS) would like to thank Rob Schucker of R & S Landscaping, for donating and planting a beautiful Amalanchier tree to our new Native Plants Garden at the Main Line Train Station.
To celebrate Earth Day R&S Landscaping visited Ridgewood Whole Foods to distribute herbs and edible plants to local residents…More
Bergen county’s first through eight grade students are challenged to learn about plants and trees that use flowers to produce seeds and design a poster that reflects their knowledge.