Commercial Landscaping Blog for The San Jose | Bay Area, CA

7 New Trends for Landscape Management Services

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Jan 16, 2017 8:30:00 AM

7 EmergingTrends for Landscape Management Services

As the leaf drop continues , our vision and thoughts progress into the New Year. 2016 was an excellent year for the commercial real estate industry, with increased employee retention driving enthusiasm and technology advancements streamlining operations. Here’s more to the millennial generation than being obsessed with smart tablets and the mental focus of working to live — and it’s inevitable that you understand this new group because this generation of our future is having a major impact on today’s real estate industry.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care

Preventing a Slip and Fall in Commercial Office Landscape Management

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Jan 13, 2017 8:59:00 AM

Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention

Commercial Office Landscape Management does more than just preserve property value by increasing curb appeal; a beautiful landscape also sets a positive first impression for tennants and visitors. Property owners can successfully hire a professional landscaping service by following a couple of steps:

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A Trending Commercial Landscape Service

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Jan 11, 2017 8:31:00 AM

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Curb appeal impacts the image and value of your property. Commercial Landscape Maintenance is an important investment so you want to ensure that you’re getting the best bang for your buck. A smart landscape design with reduced maintenance requirements can deliver the right results.  

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, Sustainable Landscaping

7 Must Have Ideas for Your Commercial Landscape Service

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Jan 9, 2017 8:30:00 AM

A Commercial Landscape Service That Includes Solutions

Starts With a Basic Landscape Design

Landscape designers spend years learning the science of horticulture, plant selection, and the elements of a commercial landscape development. The most important thing to consider when developing your landscaping is to create a functional space that your visitors will love and enjoy . Below are a few design basics from the Pros that can help:

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Commercial Office Landscape Company Relieve Foot Traffic

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Jan 6, 2017 8:21:00 AM

Some plants are ideal for holding up to foot traffic in commercial office landscape management, especially for companies that provide landscape management for retail centers and malls. For most properties, foot traffic damage is a common problem that has become a real challenge. Many of the plants used 20 years ago were originally introduced for their appearance, but not neccesarily chosen for heavy foot traffic and drought conditions . Read on for our 5 popular landscaping trends that's back by popular demand.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Water Management

Corporate Campus Landscape Management That is Trending!

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Jan 4, 2017 8:48:00 AM

The right plantings around your properties building perimeter can make a big difference in many ways. Having the right plants that can ultimately tolerate the drought is part of the equation for great water conservation but plant material that could potentially take the place of your water thirsty lawn areas. Planting the right combination of foliage and plants will ultimately impact your water costs and maintenance in one way or the other. The real challenge for a San Jose Bay Area Landscape Management service is deciding on the right balance of plants that can tolerate the drought conditions we are experiencing in the bay area and fit them into your design.

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Topics: Landscape Maintenance, Sustainable Landscaping

:>) Stones Group up with a Landscape Maintenance Company In San Jose

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Jan 2, 2017 8:15:00 AM

The Stones are coming back to the bay area, they are especially being seen in and around commercial landscaping. They are out performing many, especially for their consistant ability to meet the demands of their audience. 

If you are involved with condominium landscape maintenance, hoa landscape maintenance or commercial grounds maintenance, consider these popular rock stars for your next project.

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Water Management, Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care, Sustainable Landscaping

5 Ideas Before Hiring Your Next Office Landscape Service

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Dec 30, 2016 8:37:00 AM

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The Landscape Walk Through 

A job site walk through with your Commercial Landscape Company or assigned account manager is essential from time to time, this helps keep the lines of communication open assisting everyone to stay focused on your goals and desires.

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5 Ways Landscape Management Services Extend Life!

Posted by Gene Ebertowski, President on Dec 28, 2016 8:30:00 AM


Why Tree Stakes?

Young trees in the wild grow strong naturally, without the help of stakes. In the woods, trees grow up in the shelter of taller trees and are not affected by wind. According to the University of Davis, young trees develop strong roots and trunks before they expend energy in growing vertically, and don't need staking. If you've planted a young tree in an open, windy environment, you may need to stake it until its roots are strong enough to anchor it properly.

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Topics: Tree Care

Winter Flowers to Love from Your Office Landscape Maintenance!

Posted by Sabrina Ayala on Dec 27, 2016 8:21:00 AM

Winter is Prime Planting Season for Trees, Shrubs, Vines and Annual Flowers for office landscape maintenance. They often establish more quickly when they are in the cool winter season. The cooler weather allows the plants root system to acclimate more quickly from transplant shock.

Flower Tips for Office Landscape Management

  • Reduce the Landscape watering frequency for established plantings

  • Remove trees that pose a critical risk to the public’s safety

  • Fertilize Trees, Shrubs as appropriate

  • Fertilize Lawns as appropriate

  • Have trees inspected by an experienced arborist, prune dead, diseased or unsafe branches.

  • Remove weak limbs in Trees

  • Plant New Trees and Shrubs

  • Mulch Trees and shrubs as appropriate

  • Inspect Plant material for disease and pests treating appropriately

  • Conduct the appropriate water schedule for the cooler weather

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Topics: Landscape Planning, Landscape Maintenance, Tree Care