Spring Garden Tips
Natural Form

Your landscape does not need to be filled with shrubs in the shape of green rectangles, gumdrops, and tuna cans. Allowing shrubs to grow into their natural form maximizes their beauty and health and requires less frequent pruning. It also reduces the harmful emissions of gas powered hedge trimmers, and energy use of electric trimmers. You’ll not only be kind to your shrubs, but to yourself and to the environment at the same time.

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