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Urban Eden Lawn Blog

Mulching Grass Clippings

With spring in full swing and summer just ahead here in Camas and Washougal, Washington, the grass is growing quickly! If you’ve spent any time doing landscape work around your home, the question of mulching grass clippings has probably come up. If you’re still deliberating on what to do, hopefully this article will clear things up. Mulching grass clippings is a quick and easy method of cutting your grass. It provides essential nutrients to the lawn, and shaves off time that you would otherwise spend dumping the mower bag.
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How to Choose a Lawn Care Company

Choosing the right lawn care company for you and your needs can be an arduous process. A period that is often filled with hours of research and meetings. When searching for the right landscape company, it’s important to consider all services offered by the company and the factors that set them apart from the rest. At Urban Eden Landscaping, we are confident that our quality of work, training, speed of service, licensing, and communication will demonstrate that we are a cut above the rest. If you’re currently in the market for a lawn care provider, look no further!
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Rototilling and Garden Preparation

Gardening season is upon us here in Camas and Washougal, Washington! A plant’s ability to thrive in a garden is dependent on many factors. Sunlight and water both play a significant role, but there is one element that is arguably the most important to a successful garden: soil.

There’s no better way to get your soil ready for planting than by tilling. By the end of this post, the reader will be fluent in all things tilling and will have the information necessary to establish a healthy, functional garden plot.
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Spring Yard Preparation

It’s that time of year again here in Camas and Washougal, Washington: Springtime! Spring is when most plants come out of dormancy and begin to grow vigorously. It is also the time to assess and cleanup the messes that fall and winter have left around your yard. Preparing your yard for the nicer months of spring can seem daunting and overwhelming, but Urban Eden is here to help! In this article, we’ll discuss the best course of action for tackling a spring yard preparation.
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Invasive Ivy Removal

English ivy (also known as hedera helix) is an invasive plant species that was imported into the United States from Europe for decorative purposes.  This plant runs rampant throughout the Pacific Northwest, especially in Camas and Washougal, Washington. Furthermore, Oregon has even banned the sale and distribution of English ivy due to its invasive and destructive nature. In this post, we will discuss the invasive attributes of English ivy and the best removal practices.

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Organic Weed Control & the Importance of Weeding

Controlling the growth of various undesirable plants (aka “weeds”) can prove to be a rather tedious and demanding process; especially if you choose to treat weeds organically instead of treating them with harmful chemicals. In the Pacific Northwest, weeds tend to grow rampantly, which is particularly true in the Camas and Washougal, Washington areas.  In this post, we’ll discuss the importance of weeding as well as a few organic methods for treating the growth and spread of weeds.
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Pruning Roses

It’s winter here in Camas and Washougal, Washington. Most plants go dormant during these colder months and roses are no exception. Therefore, winter is the best time to prune your roses without the risk of shocking your plant. This post will discuss what to look for when pruning roses. Note: since there are many types of roses, the tips in this article will be a rough guideline to follow for pruning most rose bushes.

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Blackberry Removal

Himalayan blackberries, also known as Armenian blackberries, are a fast growing invasive weed, that is ever-present in Camas and Washougal, Washington. Left unchecked, these blackberry plants will consume everything in their path. Keeping these invasive plants at bay can be a challenging task; a task that Urban Eden is always happy to perform. Since Urban Eden likes to avoid the use of harmful chemicals and herbicides, this article will discuss ways for removing blackberry bushes without the using these substances.

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