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Bye-Bye Winter Blues!

By Posted in - Gardening Tips & Mark's Blog on March 22nd, 2015 2 Comments

Floral Spring Fragrance…Yes Please!

There’s nothing better than the approach of spring when things start to come alive… except maybe one.  The idea that soon you’ll walk out into your yard, take a deep breath, and realize all your …

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Add Natives That Require Less Water

By Posted in - Gardening Tips on March 11th, 2015 2 Comments

On this 95 degree day, you may want to think about replacing your plants with more eco-friendly choices that will require less water each week.

Some plants require water almost everyday.  You don’t need to replace all of …

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GardenWise Awarded Best of Houzz 2015

By Posted in - GardenWise Press on February 4th, 2015 0 Comments

J. Mark White and GardenWise, Inc of Arlington, VA Receives
Best Of Houzz 2015 Award

Over 25 Million Monthly Unique Users Rated Top-Rated Home Building,
Remodeling and Design Professionals in the United States and Around the World

[Washington, DC], …

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Winter Wrapping with Burlap

By Posted in - Winter Annual Garden Tasks on January 4th, 2015 0 Comments

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”top-to-bottom”]Every winter, many of our more delicate plants, like boxwoods, as well certain outdoor containers, are subject to the harsh environment of dry, cold air.  This environment makes the leaves brittle and can be …

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GardenWise’s Guide to Maintaining Your Lawn Throughout the Entire Year

By Posted in - Gardenwise Master Class & Mark's Blog on October 29th, 2014 0 Comments

Taking care of your property’s lawn is something that you have to do throughout the entire year. Neglecting it can cause the grass to grow wild or to wither up and die. This will cause your property’s curb appeal to go down, which can hurt your chances of selling your property or of attracting customers if your property houses your business. The following are some tips that will help you to ensure the health of your lawn throughout all four seasons.

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