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December, 2010  // Posts published in December, 2010

Waving Goodbye to 2010

Waving Goodbye to 2010

THIS HAS BEEN QUITE A YEAR. Challenges popping up in my personal life, my physical condition and my businesses. The one constant besides my wonderful children has been the never-ending needs of the never-ending varieties of plants surrounding me and my clients. I am still here. The gardens remain, even though quiet and asleep here […]

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Restoration Pruning Through Winter (plus a whole lot more)

Restoration Pruning Through Winter (plus a whole lot more)

Restoration Pruning Vista Pruning Crown Reduction Crown Shaping Crown Cleaning What are they? How and why are they needed? What is the benefit to me taking the time, and spending the money? RESTORATION PRUNING is language I have developed over the past 7 years. Restoration pruning refers to a combination of terms. The terms used […]

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Bringing the Outdoors In Through Winter

Bringing the Outdoors In Through Winter

Wow, Christmas on Long Island is here and 2010 is quickly coming to a close. I write and write and am now beginning to get a consistent response to many of the articles and their topics. One of those articles Bringing the Outdoors In, May 10, 2010 has demonstrated some interest. Based on the interest […]

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Crack Yourself Open (constant reassessment)

Crack Yourself Open (constant reassessment)

Crack yourself open and let everything spill out. Don’t be hesitant, just let it go. Personal health or garden restoration, it doesn’t matter where you begin. Here on Long Island in New York we have a number of choices. Choices as to what we can wear, what foods we can eat, what religions we can […]

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New York, Long Island Winter Landscapes Introduce Themselves

New York, Long Island Winter Landscapes Introduce Themselves

Not a big bang but an introduction to the wonderland to come. The trees we plant, the gardens we design, even though are mostly put to bed by now, are capturing the winter snow and cold effects and demonstrating them in numerous ways. Snow and cold change how our landscapes look and change how we […]

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December and Cold Invites Developmental Pruning

December and Cold Invites Developmental Pruning

Get ready for the first in a series of winter pruning (general pruning) demonstration. It will be a great journey. Finding the best ornamental tree pruner in Long Island, New York, Suffolk County or Nassau County will be a great challenge. I hope this helps direct those in need. Developmental pruning is old world estate […]

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December 1st Long Island, New York – Tree Work

December 1st Long Island, New York – Tree Work

Ok. You live in New York on Long Island in either Suffolk County or Nassau County. The winter is quickly approaching and most of your flowers and leaves have moved on until late winter early spring. What do you do. Read my last article and then get back to this website in another week. Have […]

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