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Spring has finally sprung! Well, almost. We are excited here at Sun Valley Landscaping to ditch the gloom of winter and usher in long-awaited, warm temperatures. Kicking off the season with a thorough spring clean-up is what your landscape needs. Our team of professionals have...

As the temperatures begin to drop, you may think you have to give up on container gardening. However, you can customize your containers year-round. To start, make sure your containers will withstand freezing and thawing cycles. Stay away from those made of ceramics, terra cottas and...

We are excited to start playing in the leaves as our crews are beginning landscape fall clean-up service. While preparing your beds for the winter may be the last thing you want to do; it is arguably the most important. This time of the year,...

As fall quickly approaches, the “honey-do” list begins to grow longer. Getting your outdoor entertainment space ready for fall doesn’t need to be a complete overhaul. Whether you’re utilizing it to entertain during football season, curl up with coffee and a good book, or create...

  A spring cleanup is vital to the health of your landscape as it includes everything you need to get your lawn and landscape ready for the year ahead with minimal maintenance and maximum enjoyment. With spring opening its doors early this year, people are eager...

The UNL Extention Office recently posted a very informative article titled, "Why do lawn care companies maintain lawns differently than do-it-yourselfers?"  We highly recommend reading this, but it also got us thinking about things people ask when they call to inquire about lawn care service. The...

I recently returned from the Turfgrass Field Day, hosted by UNL at the John Seaton Anderson Turfgrass Research Facility near Mead, Nebraska. Field Day gives lawn care professionals from around the state an opportunity to discuss what has been happening throughout the year, and also...