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  • Landscaping Tips for a Small Yard
    Small yards might seem like a dead-end for landscaping, but there are many ways to take advantage of the space and turn it into your outdoor oasis. Window Boxes – Beautify your home and give you space to grow herbs, flowers, and small fruits and vegetables. You don’t need ground space to garden after all! Built-In Seating – Bench seating ... Read More
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  • Summer Landscaping Dos and Don’ts
    DON’T: Plant cool-season vegetables Generally speaking, it’s a bad idea to attempt veggies like peas, lettuce, carrots and radishes in summer. They will quickly bolt in the heat, meaning that they’ll devote their energy to blooming and producing seeds, making the edible parts bitter. DO: Plant hot-season vegetables Take advantage of summer’s plentiful heat and sunshine by planting these heat-lovin...
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  • Summer Gardening Trends
    Attention all green thumbs! Summer gardening is here, and with it a slew of new trends. Adding something new to your yard or redesigning your garden will help turn your outdoor space into an oasis! As the weather gets hotter, you want a space you can enjoy all season long. Check out these spring gardening trends, and get digging! Sustainable ... Read More
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  • We Love These Awesome Reviews!
    We are thrilled to receive such positive reviews from our clients. Here are some of our favorites: We have used Great American Landscapes on a number of our projects, with fantastic results. They have built 2 beautiful stacked stone fireplaces, and a flagstone patio for us. I can’t say enough great things about the work they did for us or ... Read More
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  • Questions to Ask a Plant Expert
    Next time you head to the nursery to purchase new plants for your yard, you might be overwhelmed by the selection! The best way to make sure you purchase plants that work for your lifestyle and your space is to ask a plant expert.   Most garden centers will have a few employees around who are prepared to ask your ... Read More
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  • April Gardening Tips
    The best thing about spring is all the beautiful flowers and plants that bloom! If you love gardening or are looking to get started, you know April is a busy season. Here is what should be on the to-do list for April:   -Keep rows covered until the risk of winter weather is totally gone. Remember to remove them on ... Read More
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  • Benefits of a Professional Landscaping Service
    Sure, you can head to the nursery and buy a few plants to stick in your yard. But without the eye of a professional, your yard might soon look like an overgrown forest! Working with a landscape designer can ensure you use the right plants for your yard and climate, keep things organized, and add plants in a way that ... Read More
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  • How to Plan a Landscaping Project
    Are you sick of looking at your backyard and getting bored? What that patch of grass might need is some landscaping! This could include anything from trees to plants to a deck to a fire pit! If you’re excited about designing a new landscape project with us, here’s how to get started.   Take a look at the yards in ... Read More
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  • What Are Hardiness Zones?
    If you’ve ever gone to a nursery or hard store looking for new plants to add to your yard, you’ve likely come across something called Hardiness Zones. All plants have a recommended zone range, which is a number between 1-13. Those number coordinate with the zones of each area of the country, which is assigned a zone number. The Hardiness ... Read More
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  • Best Native Plants for Maryland
    Spring will be here before you know it, have you thought about what May flowers you’re hoping for after those April showers? Using plants that are natural to our climate and environment will make them more likely to be successful, and will encourage local wildlife like birds and butterflies to come visit your yard! Here are some ideas of natural ... Read More
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  • Top Landscaping Trends
    Just like fashion, food, and TV shows, landscaping trends change from year to year. For this year, we’re seeing a few common requests and trends for landscape design.   Low-Maintenance Maybe it’s a response to climate change and droughts around the country. Aiming to spend less money, less time and reduce the use of fertilizers and weed killers, homeowners are ... Read More
  • Benefits of Lawn Maintenance Services
    Keeping your trees, grass, flowers, and plants alive and flourishing is a tougher job than you may think. Many homeowners end up frustrated that the garden they worked so hard to plant begins to die after a few short months. Leave your lawn maintenance to the professionals and call Great American Landscapes for a quote! Proper ongoing lawn maintenance services ... Read More
  • How To Recycle Your Yard Debris
    You know you need to recycle, turn lights and water off when not in use, and do other things to reduce your carbon footprint. But are you thinking about your impact on the environment when you’re working in the yard?   Yard projects likely produce more waste than you realize. All those tree branches, lawn clippings, and other debris can ... Read More
  • 3 Landscaping Tips To Improve Curb Appeal
    While improving your landscape in the back and the front is a great idea, improving your curb appeal will instantly help make your home more sellable! Before you put your house on the market, try these tips for a house buyers can’t help but pull over for!   Flowers in the Front Create a welcoming first impression by adding color ... Read More
  • Snow Removal – Winter is Coming
    Winter is coming and Great American Landscapes employees were trained today on safe operation and repairs of the following equipment.  Our commitment to professionalism and safety are practiced throughout the year. Station A – Truck Plows Station B – Skid Steer Plows Station C – Salt Spreaders Station D – Snow Blowers We provide snow removal for commercial and residential ... Read More
  • How to Keep Your Yard Beautiful in Winter
    Winter is here, but your yard doesn’t have to suffer! With these tips, your yard can look beautiful throughout the cold weather – even if you only enjoy it through a window.   -Add a tree or shrub with berries. These can provide a much-needed bit of color in an otherwise barren yard. Plus birds will love to come visit ... Read More
  • 2016 Grand Award in Landscape
    We are winners of a 2016 Grand Award in Landscape by the Landscape Contractors Association.  Our company has provided year-round comprehensive maintenance services for over 13 years to The Heights School, 20-acre private boys’ school in Potomac, Maryland. The maintenance scope includes not only the typical turf management, ornamental plant care, and annual flower planting, but also water retention...
  • Cool Backyard Elements
    Want to mix up your yard? Add something big to make your backyard a place to relax, entertain, and spend quality time with loved ones. It doesn’t have to be all grass and plants, build something spectacular so your yard stands out!   Pool A swimming pool is always a hit, with kids and adults alike. Even if you have ... Read More
  • Fall Landscaping Tips & Reminders
    In the fall, you might think raking the leaves and taking down the Halloween decorations is all the landscaping you need to do. But fall landscaping is extremely important for prepping your lawn for winter, and guaranteeing you have lush grass to enjoy in the spring! Rake and remove the leaves in the yard- This helps to avoid damage to ... Read More
  • How to Avoid Lawn Damage on Halloween
    When you’ve got a perfectly manicured lawn and landscaping in your front yard, figuring out how to decorate for Halloween and greet trick-or-treaters without wreaking havoc can be tough. Here’s a few tips to avoid lawn damage this Halloween.   Clear a Path Make a clearly defined path for kids to take. Line it with lights or other decorations for ... Read More
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  • Perennials 101
    Perennials are the backbone of most flower gardens because they come back year after year. Unlike annuals that must be replanted each year, hardy perennials die at the end of their growth season, and then re-grow from the same roots the following year. Perennial flowers are hardy, dependable performers. They are easy to care for and provide a wide variety ... Read More
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