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LANDSCAPE AND LAWN CARE ADVICE FROM THE PROS

LoveYourLandscape is the official website of the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP). The site is designed to educate, inspire, and encourage you to live, work, and play outside.

Homeowners will find comprehensive advice from professionals about lawn care; plant and tree selection; ideas for backyard living; sustainability; and guidance on how to work with landscape professionals to bring outdoor dreams to life. 

Property managers will also find essential resources including those on trends in commercial landscape designs and using landscaping to attract tenants and keep building occupants safe.

This site will help you understand the incredible benefits offered by lawns and landscapes. When you are ready to love your landscape, we can help you find an experienced professional in your area. 

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OUTDOOR ENHANCEMENTS SEE HIGH HAPPINESS AND FINANCIAL RETURNS

So says recent survey from the National Association of Realtors and the National Association of Landscape Professionals Learn More

FALL IS PRIME TIME FOR LAWN CARE

Many people mistakenly believe their lawn’s needs lessen after Labor Day. Not true! In fact, fall is one of the most important times of year to ensure your lawn is getting proper TLC to maximize its health for the entire year. Watering, mowing, raking, aerating, and fertilizing are some of the season’s essentials to ensure your lawn is ready for next spring.

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