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Categories for Landscaping

How to Prevent Rabbits and Deer from Damaging Your Trees

September 30, 2019 Published by Leave your thoughts

Planting trees is a great way to add value to your property and create your own unique sense of the great outdoors. Unfortunately, trees are often the target of many different types of wildlife and pests that may want to encroach on your own personal paradise. Rabbits and deer are both beautiful animals that are fun to see out in nature. Unfortunately, many urban and suburban areas also have considerable rabbit and deer populations that can cause damaged to landscaping, including trees. It’s important to work with a trusted landscaping expert to help you develop and implement a plan to... View Article

Why John Deere Remains the Best

August 23, 2019 Published by Leave your thoughts

When you think of lawn and garden equipment, one of the first brand names that probably comes to mind is John Deere. John Deere tractors and tools are some of the most popular in the landscaping industry, and for good reason. The brand and its products are reliable, long-lasting and extremely valuable. S & S Landscaping Co. Inc. is proud to be an authorized John Deere retailer in Fargo, ND. We offer our customers a selection of some of the best lawn and garden equipment the company has to offer, and it’s all because we understand the immense value these... View Article

A Spring Fertilization Guide

May 15, 2019 Published by Leave your thoughts

When the long winter finally ends, your lawn is left looking less than ideal. How can you properly care for your landscaping in Fargo, ND to help it recover from the cold and snow? This requires a few key steps. Use the following guide to properly fertilize and tend your lawn to help it bounce back from winter and look great this season: Know your lawn: Several varieties of grass grow in landscaping in Fargo, ND. Three of the most common types are Kentucky Bluegrass, Creeping Red Fescue, and Fine Leaf Perennial Rye. Identify which type of grass is present... View Article

Dead or Dormant? How to Inspect Your Hardy Roses After a Freeze

April 4, 2019 Published by Leave your thoughts

Not too many people are visiting nurseries in Fargo, ND in the middle of winter. There wouldn’t be much to see! Most perennials are cut down to the base for the season and other plants just don’t have the same appeal during colder months as they do during warmer ones. Case in point: hardy roses, like Winnipeg Parks, Hope for Humanity, Pavement Series roses and others. These are stunning blooms during peak spring and summer months, but look as though they’re dead and decrepit during the winter months! So how do you really know if a plant is dead or... View Article

Our Best Landscape Edging Tips for Commercial Properties

September 25, 2018 Published by Leave your thoughts

You’d be amazed at how big of a difference edging can make in the appearance of a property. Oftentimes it is truly the difference between merely average landscaping and landscaping that looks crisp and professional. By edging your lawn, you can keep grass from growing into areas you’ve mulched, make sure it stays away from flower beds and keep the transition from sidewalk to grass as sharp as possible. Here’s some information from our landscape contractors in Fargo, ND about what you need to know with regard to edging. Neatly shoveled edging Shoveling is far and away the most common... View Article