1. Awaken Your Garden, It’s Spring!

    Rejoice! You can now search “local landscaping companies near me” with a full and happy heart knowing it’s spring and your gardening work can commence! If you have a large property in the Walpole area and need some extra hands, Acres of Green supports you in all of your yard endeavors, includi…Read More

  2. How Landscaping Supports Your Health

    In our last blog, we touched on how landscaping helps you accomplish your New Year's resolution goal in fitness. Did you also know that through landscaping — gardening specifically — you can support your nutritional health and the environment at the same time? You can, and at Acres of Green we c…Read More

  3. 7 Reasons To Give The Gift Of Landscaping

    Around this time of year — the holidays — finding truly unique gifts can be hard. It’s easy to sit back at let online retailers tell you what you should be getting your loved one, but unplug a little and ponder what would make someone’s day-to-day duties a little less hectic. What is somethi…Read More

  4. Design A Winter Wonderland With Your Landscape Company

      Many people often wonder, “what does a landscape designer do in the winter?” The notion that it’s their off season, so they pack up their bags and take a tropical holiday for three months, is a nice thought. While many landscape companies would rather be in Mexico sipping margaritas, th…Read More

  5. Winter Is Coming

    Oftentimes when a landscape company is designing for properties, the only seasons being accounted for are spring and summer. It’s simple to focus on the warm, abundant seasons, but not creating a design that incorporates winter as well, is, frosty. A winter maintenance design plan is crucial for s…Read More

  6. Make Your Outdoor Landscape Merry and Bright

    Here on the East Coast, we definitely see winter weather! We have a  mix of snow and ice with everything nice. People tend to believe spring and summer are the only times to be outdoors beautifying the yard, but that is absolute nonsense! Put on your “garden designer” hat year round, and turn y…Read More

  7. Autumn Cleanup 2017

    Transitioning into the autumnal season means as one cycle is ending, another is beginning. As nature is preparing for hibernation, trees are turning vibrant colors and finally shedding their leaves, and plants and flowers are turning inwards as their petals and greens turn brown and drop. This is no…Read More

  8. Part Two: Fall Gardening Tips for Massachusetts

    This is the second article in our two-part series on fall gardening and landscaping in New England. In our last article, we covered the do’s and don'ts of fall planting, including what trees you should consider planting in fall, and how to help them thrive. In this installment, we’re going to fo…Read More