Spring Flowering Bulbs

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Protect Your Spring Flowering Bulbs

Protect your spring flowering bulbs from deer and rabbits this spring. Early spring flowering bulbs such as Crocus are beginning to show life as green peaks through the mulch. Are you prepared to deter the rabbits and deer from your landscape?

Rabbits absolutely love Crocus and will devour it the second it begins to show. Deer are no different when it comes to Tulips which will be showing shortly. Be prepared with a rabbit and deer deterrent. If rabbits and deer are aggressive in your yard do not be afraid to use a liquid and granular product. Keep in mind that all products should be re-applied after rain or snow. Both products recommended in this video will not harm the animals we intend to deter!

Chicago Flower & Garden Show 2017

Did you miss the traditional Chicago Flower & Garden Show at Navy Pier this past week? Take a look at the slideshow of our visit below! We were fortunate enough to have a private tour with the Illinois Landscape Contractors Association's (ILCA) Women's Networking Group. This year the show theme was "Chicago's Blooming" and Navy…
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2016 Unilock Awards of Excellence

2016 Unilock Awards of Excellence 2016 Unilock Awards of Excellence recognizes top designers and contractors for outstanding and skillful work. Bret-Mar Landscape was a top finalist in Unilock’s “Best project under 1,000 square feet”. Over 450 projects were submitted this year and only 9 were selected as top finalists in this category. As a very…
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Tucker’s Plant of the Month: Dendranthema (Garden Chrysanthemum)

Tucker's Plant of the Month: Dendranthema (Garden Chrysanthemum) First of all, Happy Halloween everyone! The Garden Chrysanthemum is the most common and popular fall annual. How can you not love the bold yellow, orange, red, burgundy, pink, and white flower color of the Garden Chrysanthemum. While Chrysanthemums are a popular annual, they can be treated…
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