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4 Tips to Care for Your Garden This Season

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Spring has officially arrived in the Red River Valley and planting season is finally underway!  In addition to your new plants you are adding to your garden or landscape, perennials may be finally returning to the scene!  Here are FOUR tips and tricks to make sure you are giving your landscape the best care this season!  How to tell if your perennials or dead or still dormant.  Not all perennials come up at the same time, which can be confusing and sometimes frustrating. They can also look a little lifeless at the beginning of spring. To check if they have died off…

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CUSTOMIZE YOUR HOME WITH HARDSCAPING FROM S&S LANDSCAPING

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Upgrading your landscape doesn’t have to stop at plants, trees, and shrubs.  With the help of S & S landscaping, you can truly transform your front, or back, lawn with hardscaping.  Our customized hardscaping not only looks beautiful, but it also accents and highlights the hard work you’ve put into your flowering plants, towering trees, and lush, green grass!     Hardscaping comes in all shapes, sizes and purposes, and can be customized precisely to fit your landscape and vision.  From a patio entertainment space to unique fire pits and functional walking paths, you can make your landscape your own.  Our...
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Preparing Your Garden for the Spring Season

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Spring is rapidly approaching which means it’s time to set up your garden for success by effectively preparing for the season. A great garden requires correct maintenance and preparation in order to flourish. Here are five ways you can prepare your garden for a successful season from your gardening experts at S&S Landscaping! Prepare your shed and tools Ensure you have the necessary supplies to begin the gardening season. Sharpen blades, oil hinges, and replenish your supplies. It’s a lot easier to go over your supplies before you can start planting so you can be sure your prepared – without…

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Tips for Harvesting Summer Fruits

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As summer approaches, so does the time for harvesting blueberries, strawberries and cherries in Fargo, ND. With the purest of summer flavors, dishes that incorporate blueberries, strawberries and cherries are a great homegrown treat to enjoy throughout the warmer months. Now is the time to start harvesting some of these foods, and prepare to harvest others very soon. Harvesting blueberries Blueberries tend to be an easy crop to grow, which makes them popular throughout the country. To harvest blueberries for best results in Fargo, ND, the key is to wait until they turn blue. (If that sounds obvious, consider how…

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When to Start Your Early Summer Harvesting

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Summer is here, and some of your crops are probably just about ready to pick and eat. Are you growing and harvesting your own kitchen essentials in Fargo, ND? Harvesting potatoes, celery, carrots and other early summer treats is easy when you know how to do it properly. Our early summer harvesting guide in Fargo, ND will help you make the most of your new crops. Early summer crops Growing your own food is a delicious, low-cost way to invest in your health and get outdoors every day. Whether watering, weeding, planting or harvesting, your garden can be a source…

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4 Tips to Care for Your Garden This Season

| Vegetable Gardens | No Comments
Spring has officially arrived in the Red River Valley and planting season is finally underway!  In addition to your new plants you are adding to your garden or landscape, perennials may be finally returning to the scene!  Here are FOUR tips and tricks to make sure you are giving your landscape the best care this season!  How to tell if your perennials or dead or still dormant.  Not all perennials come up at the same time, which can be confusing and sometimes frustrating. They can also look a little lifeless at the beginning of spring. To check if they have died off…

CUSTOMIZE YOUR HOME WITH HARDSCAPING FROM S&S LANDSCAPING

| Landscape | No Comments
Upgrading your landscape doesn’t have to stop at plants, trees, and shrubs.  With the help of S & S landscaping, you can truly transform your front, or back, lawn with hardscaping.  Our customized hardscaping not only looks beautiful, but it also accents and highlights the hard work you’ve put into your flowering plants, towering trees, and lush, green grass!     Hardscaping comes in all shapes, sizes and purposes, and can be customized precisely to fit your landscape and vision.  From a patio entertainment space to unique fire pits and functional walking paths, you can make your landscape your own.  Our…

Preparing Your Garden for the Spring Season

| Vegetable Gardens | No Comments
Spring is rapidly approaching which means it’s time to set up your garden for success by effectively preparing for the season. A great garden requires correct maintenance and preparation in order to flourish. Here are five ways you can prepare your garden for a successful season from your gardening experts at S&S Landscaping! Prepare your shed and tools Ensure you have the necessary supplies to begin the gardening season. Sharpen blades, oil hinges, and replenish your supplies. It’s a lot easier to go over your supplies before you can start planting so you can be sure your prepared – without…

Tips for Harvesting Summer Fruits

| Vegetable Gardens | No Comments
As summer approaches, so does the time for harvesting blueberries, strawberries and cherries in Fargo, ND. With the purest of summer flavors, dishes that incorporate blueberries, strawberries and cherries are a great homegrown treat to enjoy throughout the warmer months. Now is the time to start harvesting some of these foods, and prepare to harvest others very soon. Harvesting blueberries Blueberries tend to be an easy crop to grow, which makes them popular throughout the country. To harvest blueberries for best results in Fargo, ND, the key is to wait until they turn blue. (If that sounds obvious, consider how…