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Proud Sponsor of Two Summer Events Happening This Week

Reder Landscaping is proud to sponsor two events happening this week; the Reece Endeavor GardenWalk and Riverdays.  Both are fun summer events that you won’t want to miss!

The 10th Annual Reece Endeavor GardenWalk: Held from 2-7 p.m. this Wednesday, July 17th.

Tour 6 beautiful gardens, including the Zim Sculpt exhibit […]

July 15th, 2013|Events|0 Comments|
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    Win Tickets to Not One, But TWO Upcoming Favorite Summer Events!

Win Tickets to Not One, But TWO Upcoming Favorite Summer Events!

Visit our Facebook Page to enter to win tickets to an exclusive River Days River Boat ride on Tuesday evening, July 16 AND tickets to the Reece Endeavor Garden Walk on Wednesday, July 17 (where you will see two Reder landscapes, including the one pictured in the photo above).

We’ll […]

Support the Red, White and Blue!

Reder Landscaping is honored to show our support for the red, white and blue and are grateful to those who serve our country allowing us remain a free and independent nation.

During this 4th of July holiday week we thought it would be appropriate to share some photos from our […]

July 3rd, 2013|News|0 Comments|

Top 5 Summer Lawn Care Questions

You’ve got questions, we have answers.  Below are the five most common questions that pop up every summer regarding the upkeep and care of your lawn.

How much do I need to water my lawn?  Most lawns need a minimum of 1.5 inches of water per week to stay green […]

Morel Mushrooms

Check out the beauties below that one of our Facebook fans found.  For those who are Fungi challenged, these are the coveted morel mushrooms.  Morel spores were hiding in some of our Red Pine Mulch that was placed around trees last fall which resulted in 10lbs. of large mushrooms.

If […]

Be on the Lookout for Infected Impatiens

As you begin planting your impatiens this season, be aware of downy mildew that’s ravaging landscapes across the country.  Millions of flowers are prime targets this season for the disease and scientists don’t know where this latest outbreak started, or what’s causing it to spread so quickly.  One of […]

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    Unexplained Tree Damage? Imprelis® May Have Been the Culprit

Unexplained Tree Damage? Imprelis® May Have Been the Culprit

If you had unexplained tree damage that began after August 2010, it could be from an herbicide (weed killer) called Imprelis® and you could be part of a class action settlement.

Imprelis® was used from August 31, 2010 to August 21, 2011 and was applied by lawn care professionals on […]

June 3rd, 2013|News|0 Comments|

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