landscaping

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL:Home Again

Making a new addition or remodel on your home

Whether you are building a house, moving in to an existing home,  making an addition or remodeling — it’s all new to you.

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL: Loving the Outdoors

Growing interest in outdoor living spaces

As winter winds down, the Midwestern mind turns in one direction: outside. Even those of us who enjoy snowy weather eventually pine for longer days, budding plant life and meals cooked and enjoyed outdoors. Local landscape professionals note a growing interest in outdoor kitchens, fire pits and other elements that make the outdoors part of our homes. The American Institute of Architects reported last year that 70 percent of residential architects saw a growing interest in outdoor living spaces.

New invasive species, crazy worm, found in UW Arboretum

Asian earthworm found in fall 2013, eggs survived winter, officials say

Wisconsin's newest invasive species, the Asian crazy worm, has been found for the first time on the University of Wisconsin campus, according to a release.

Consumer Reports: Lawn mowers that make the cut

Some lawnmowers are better than others, especially on different lawn types

Consumer Reports tested more than 100 lawn mowers to see which ones will ensure a great cut on a variety of lawn types.

Landscapers not happy with dry weather

Many companies have had to lay off workers

Recent rainfalls have helped bring back some green to area lawns, along with struggling area landscaping companies.

Landscapers not happy with dry weather

Many companies have had to lay off workers

Recent rainfalls have helped bring back some green to area lawns, along with struggling area landscaping companies.