Archive | July, 2015

GrowinGreen Participates in Renewal & Remembrance at Arlington

Kernersville, NC, July 20, 2015 — GrowinGreen, Inc., a member of the National Association of Landscape Professionals, participated in Renewal & Remembrance at Arlington National Cemetery on today. Every July, hundreds of landscape and lawn care professionals come from across the nation to Arlington National Cemetery to participate in an event called Renewal & Remembrance […]

Crape Myrtles Shedding Bark

Are your Crape Myrtles shedding bark? Crape Myrtles are popular all across in the Piedmont Triad adding color and beauty to lawns everywhere. Which is why every year, the calls will roll-in from concerned homeowners about the bark shedding or peeling off these trees. Here’s a short article from NCSU – Associate Professor, Dr. Steven […]

Landscape Touch-Up Means Pruning

There’s nothing like planning a holiday weekend cookout to spark the idea of pruning – you know, touching up the landscape before company arrives. The main reasons to prune are – Dead, Diseased and Damaged branches – these should be removed when you see them. Size Control – the plant is too large for the […]