Going green in 2019 is Whispering Pines new initiative. Dedication to this is essential to do our part in reducing our footprint. As Landscapers we take our roles very seriously and want to ensure that we take care of the earth to the best of our ability.Continue reading “Going Green in 2019”
Every industry has many trends. Often we are completely enthralled with them at the time but when we look back a few years later we are slightly embarrassed . Here are some landscaping trends we hope never come back! Continue reading “Landscaping Trends: Should some stay in the past?”
Let’s face it, it is usually pretty obvious who had their garden designed professionally and who did not. I have compiled a list of tips and tricks us professionals use and created “10 Things to make your Garden look professional.”
Winter has just started but it is time to start planning your summer landscape project now! We understand it’s the last thing you are thinking about but trust me, us landscapers are in full swing.
People are often surprised at how long of a planning process a landscape design can take. I have laid out a brief overview of our process to give you a little bit of the behind the scene’s. This may help you understand why winter is a great time to think landscaping.
Winter prep for your lawn mower is important this time of year. It signifies the end of the lovely summer season and welcomes the festive winter season.
It is important to do a proper shut down of your lawn equipment in the fall so that when Spring arrives you are ready to go!
A salt shortage is something we have never dealt with before.
The Summer of 2018 was a stressful one. We learned that one of the two salt mines in the area went on strike and the other experienced flooding. We were not sure if we were going to be able to get any salt. The mines promised to fill their contractual obligations to the municipalities, cities, and government cleared properties such as airports. Continue reading “Salt Shortage 2018”
Are you ready for a change?
Robot mowers have been on the market for quite some time in Europe. They are very common and there are so many different types available. After a lot of research and personal experiences with Robomow in the Netherlands I was thrilled when MTD Products LTD announced they had bought Robomow and are launching it to the Canadian market under Cub Cadet.
Whispering Pines has now become a robot mower dealer for Cub Cadet and we are launching a new division to our growing company. We are proud to offer our sales and robot mowing services as of spring 2018. Continue reading “Robot Mowers are you Ready?”