The Golden Hour Garden

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  By Sandra Nelson Embassy Landscape Group is eagerly anticipating the upcoming roll-out of its new website. Until then, we hope you will continue to join us as we revisit some of our favorite topics.   This article originally appeared 09/19/2018. Updated  9/21/2020     Every now and then it just so happens that you …

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What’s Bugging You Today?

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  By Sandra Nelson   Embassy Landscape Group is eagerly anticipating the upcoming roll-out of its new website. Until then, we hope you will continue to join us as we revisit some of our favorite topics.   With bees entering their busy season, this article from 04/24/19 seemed like an appropriate choice for today.     …

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Look Forward to Spring — Plant Bulbs Now

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By Sandra Nelson   Embassy Landscape Group is eagerly anticipating the upcoming roll-out of its new website. Until then, we hope you will continue to join us as we revisit some of our favorite topics.   This article originally appeared 11/02/2017. Updated  9/09/2020   As the last remnants of summer’s flowers are fading, it’s time …

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Plants For The Winter Landscape

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By Sandra Nelson Embassy Landscape Group is eagerly anticipating the upcoming roll-out of its new website. Until then, we hope you will continue to join us as we revisit some of our favorite topics.   This article originally appeared 11/26/2017. Updated  9/2/2020 It’s hard to think about wintertime when the grass is green, the flowers are …

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What’s Bugging You Today?

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  By Sandra Nelson   Wasps, as a family, have gotten a bad rap over the years. They have been branded as destructive and aggressive, working together in mobs intent on harming every human within the reach of their seemingly enormous stingers.     While some wasps, especially social ones, are nuisance insects, a large number …

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