Simply put, trees cannot thrive without healthy roots. In addition to drawing water from the ground, tree roots collect nutrients from the soil and provide stability for the aboveground portions of the tree. If a tree's root system begins to experience problems, the entire tree is likely to suffer.Read More
At Crawford, we have over 550 years of combined landscaping experience, and to say we pride ourselves on knowledge and experience is a major understatement! We believe in doing things the "right way," and doing so requires both knowledge and experience. We also believe one of our chief responsibilities is educating our clients and fellow teammates. Captured in this section are various blog posts aimed at just that - educating.
Whether you are responsible for the landscaping for a corporate campus, large housing community or just your own yard, the summer temperatures can be a challenge. You want to make sure your plants, trees and lawn not only make it through to Fall but also continue to provide curb appeal.Read More
Water conservation and new technology are part of the trends we’ll see in landscaping this year.
Water has always been a key component in landscaping and technology continues to advance at rapid rates.
Here at Crawford, we're "full service" when it comes to irrigation. Water control is a big part of landscape maintenance and is meant to ensure soil gets as little or as much water as needed to survive our environment.Read More
The National Association of Landscape Professionals recently announced its top landscape trends for 2018, and it has a big emphasis on outdoor living, something we enjoy year-round in Southwest Florida!Read More
Landscape lighting can enhance your residential outdoor living space or commercial landscaping. Even a little lighting can go a long way toward highlighting your landscape features and improving your curb appeal.Read More
Arbor care goes far beyond just planting and pruning trees. Caring for your trees is an important part of your overall landscape design and maintenance.
Proper arbor care starts with your landscape design. Your design should not only take into account what you want it to look like now but also what it will look like many years down the road.Read More