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Artificial Turf Articles

Preventative Tree Maintenance for the Winter

Posted by Troy Scott on 20 November


This time of year, folks with artificial grass lawns revel in the fact that they no longer have to worry about winterizing their lawn. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore your entire landscape. Although you may have already raked leaves, cut back perennials, tidied your flower beds, and so on, did you forget about your trees?

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Topics: winterize your lawn, maintenance, Trees

Myths About Trees Around Your Artificial Turf

Posted by Troy Scott on 23 July


Who doesn’t love trees? They add color and texture to your yard. They frame your property and give it a “horizon.” They provide a natural jungle gym for your kids and blessed shade for the entire family when it’s hot outside. Of course you want trees! But what if you want artificial turf, too? Maybe you’ve heard that trees and synthetic grass don’t mix. That’s a myth. You can have your trees and fake grass, too.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, Trees

Fruit Trees and Artificial Grass: How to Make Friends

Posted by Troy Scott on 29 May


Of all the things you can plant in your yard, it’s hard to beat fruit trees. Why? Because fruit trees bear fruit! Yum. Just like veggies and berries straight from your garden, tree-ripened fruit is an entirely different edible experience than store-bought. Sometimes, though, homeowners who have opted for artificial grass fear their lawn and fruit trees may not mingle nicely. Is that really a problem?

Worry not. You can have your grass and eat fruit, too.

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Topics: artificial grass, Landscaping, Artificial Turf Grass, Trees

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