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Two reports published last month evoke both frightening alarm and a glimmer of hope. The first report, released by the  United NationsIntergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, found that one million...

May is National Bike Month, sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists and observed in communities all across the country. For the past 63 years National Bike Month has showcased the many benefits of bicycling — and encouraged more folks to...

If you spend most days in Lexington, almost all of the plants you see were planted by landscapers or homeowners (that nasty free-seeding honeysuckle and our remarkable pre-settlement oaks and ashes excepted). The trees, lawns, and hedges might...

The groundcover Pachysandra terminalis might be the most common groundcover planted around boxwood. It is attractive, hardy, and tolerant to many of the most challenging landscape conditions: shade, drought, pest, and even deer.

Boxwood blight, or boxwood leaf drop, is a relatively new fungal plant disease that was first identified in the UK in the 1990’s. Since then it has spread to many areas of the world, and has become a disease of great concern in the U.S.

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At times, Klausing Group’s goal of leading the landscape industry means returning to an old practice rather than inventing a new one. Fallen leaves are a valuable resource, and the industry’s practice of removing them is often not the most...

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