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Tree Care Maintenance Lesson #1 (Marketing Language, Buyer Beware)

Tree Care Maintenance Lesson #1 (Marketing Language, Buyer Beware)

Here I am again during a short month in New York, preparing myself for the springtime explosion of growth and business. I am going to begin with what your trees, gardens and landscapes truly need to stay healthy, happy and full of beneficial elements to sustain themselves. Plant With Me promotes education. Through knowledge, good decisions […]

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Love Restoration – Gardens, Tree & Ourselves (A Valentines Gift To All)

Love Restoration – Gardens, Tree & Ourselves (A Valentines Gift To All)

What does it mean to restore? If life is continually growing and changing, how can we restore our gardens, our trees, our lives to a previous state? After great deliberation, consideration, thought and meditation, I find myself realizing one common theme. We can’t go back with things that are in motion, such as life. If […]

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Curb Appeal For Your Home On Long Island (Gardens With A Purpose)

Curb Appeal For Your Home On Long Island (Gardens With A Purpose)

We have all been there and have had that similar sensation. “That’s what I would love to do on my property”, or “How can I create that at my home.” When selling your home the dynamics of cost verses returns become critical. The value of time becomes a variable as well. I am the first […]

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Wisteria Management (It’s growing here, there and everywhere)

Wisteria Management (It’s growing here, there and everywhere)

Wisteria? For the moment please check out our developing charity Life In Mind, Breathing Trees Wisteria center stage Before I talk about this amazing plant and all the possibilities it can bring let me take a sidebar for a moment and talk about the here and now. It is February 4, 2011 and I live […]

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Plants Emerging In February (surprise)

Plants Emerging In February (surprise)

Snow here and snow there, we look around and see snow everywhere. Dr. Suess should have written a story where his characters were engulfed and surrounded with snow. The rhythm and rhyme of everything snowy. Well he didn’t write it, but here in the northeastern part of the United States, specifically, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York […]

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Restoration Pruning (Revisited Once More)

Restoration Pruning (Revisited Once More)

I have written previously on this topic of restoration pruning and the value of restoring the older landscapes, gardens and trees. around us. I don’t know if all who pass by my writing get the underlying meaning. I will attempt throughout this paper, to demonstrate as clear as possible, the benefits of fixing what is […]

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NEW YORK LAWNS IN JANUARY? It Is Never Too Early To Start Thinking Green

NEW YORK LAWNS IN JANUARY? It Is Never Too Early To Start Thinking Green

It is January 25th. Long Island, New York has mucho snow on the ground with more on the way. Our temperatures here in the northeastern part of the United States has a winter choke hold on our trees, gardens and lawns. So we have snow. So we are cold. It is time to start doing […]

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Help Wanted Administrative Assistant Position (part time)

Help Wanted Administrative Assistant Position (part time)

Thanks to everyone who made the effort to call and  email me their information and resumes. This Saturday the 29th of January at 10:00am there will be open interviews at the East Northport, Barnes and Noble for the Admin. Asst. position posted on Craigslist. The interviews will take place between 10:15 and 4:00pm Sign-in will […]

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The Garden Walk, Gardens All Around (surrounded by life)

The Garden Walk, Gardens All Around (surrounded by life)

I have been trying to get this idea out of my head and into words for months and now I have a place to begin. Looking out into the winter landscape clarity came over me. I have learned over the years how many people need a visual, a picture or drawing, of what an architect […]

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Across The Sea, Britain Is Calling

Across The Sea, Britain Is Calling

It was suggestd to me that I get back to the trees and the gardens. Well here I am and I will warm everyone up with something I enjoyed. I have never done this, but I find the work of this writer to be very interesting. Hopefully you will appreciate it as well and find […]

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BLINK. TREES AND PEOPLE – A Shared Experience

BLINK. TREES AND PEOPLE – A Shared Experience

I AM SHOUTING TO LET YOU KNOW HOW CRAZY THIS ARTICLE IS AND HOW FAR I AM WILLING TO STRETCH MYSELF TO REACH YOU. BLINK.   Time passes and I wonder what is it we really see. A magnifying glass gives us the ability to view things with greater clarity yet with all our advancement we […]

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Not Plants, But Reflections of Life (dedicated to my wife)

Not Plants, But Reflections of Life (dedicated to my wife)

Reflections –  Listen to this now or later. Let it take you where you want to be. I am going to ask, up front to all, those who take the time to read my thoughts, to forgive me while I go off topic. I thank everyone in advance and understand if this is not your […]

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Life In Mind – Breathing Trees or LIMB (a fundraising effort for all communities to benefit from)

Life In Mind – Breathing Trees or LIMB (a fundraising effort for all communities to benefit from)

Hi everyone. This article is about a call to arms. Governments should not be the only ones responsible for our future. The planet can no longer sustain itself without intervention from humans. Countries for years have been making an effort to plant trees to help sustain the balance on our planet. Throughout the first decade […]

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New York Winter Pruning & The Disintegrating American Dream

New York Winter Pruning & The Disintegrating American Dream

Simplify to survive before all ability to fix and replace the neglected is lost amongst the false hopes of those in power. Hear on Long Island in the northeastern part of the United States the winters give us a number of opportunities to prune and design our trees. The questions start piling up as to […]

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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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