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Plant health is important!

Plant health is important!

Believe it or not, plants aren't actually that different from people; They have a vascular system, an immune system, and some may even say a nervous system within their roots. They can suffer from deadly pathogens just like we can as well as have a life cycle. We offer a large range of services dedicated to keeping your plant material alive which plays a vital role in the overall environment …

Spring is coming!

Spring is coming!

Don't let the results of groundhog day get you down! These next 6 weeks are sure to fly by, and we will be able to feel the warmth of the sun on our shoulders again. At Archer Creek, we are looking forward to seeing the first sign of spring; the bulbs. We're also looking forward to meeting new customers and creating magnificent landscapes!

Snow and Ice in April, Again!

Snow and Ice in April, Again!

Snow and Ice in April, Again!  Don’t let it get you down.  It’s supposed to be 61 degrees tomorrow!  The daffodils are blooming and the tulips are not far behind.  I have a customer who texts me pictures of his spring bulbs - as soon as their bloom opens.  I love it!  So many of us gardeners are so anxious to see what will pop up next. We don our …

How To

How To

Watering Guidelines for a New Landscape Correct watering is the single most important factor in establishing your new plantings. During the first year after planting, check all plants daily in summer, weekly as the temperatures cool off in Fall. Feel the base of the plants with your finger about 1” below the surface. If it is wet or damp leave it alone. If not follow these instructions – Water when …

Fall Cleanup

Fall Cleanup

Call us for your Fall cleanup needs. We have fresh hardwood mulch in stock. You can pick it up, we can deliver, or we will deliver and install the mulch. We shut down irrigation systems, check your lawn for pests, and cut down the perennials that need to be cut down. Some perennials are susceptible to diseases like Peony and Phlox. We get rid of those. Some perennials like Coreopsis …

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