Tips for winter landscapes and a scrumptious fall dessert
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Tips for Preparing Your Landscape for Winter
As leaves continue to fall in our region, be sure to remove them from lawn areas. Thick piles of leaves can kill grass as well as disturb the pH level and cause moss to grow.
Winter is a great time to do structural and cosmetic pruning to trees and shrubs. Since plants are primarily dormant in the winter, stress from the pruning process is eliminated and will lead to beautiful, healthy growth in the spring.
Winter landscapes don't have to be boring! Here are some great plants to bring color to your yard during cold winter months:
Just a reminder that we are in the process of renewing and establishing new landscape maintenance plans for 2020. If you are an existing landscape maintenance client, be on the lookout for that information soon! Interested in maintenance services? Check out more information here.
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Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Prep brownie mix according to package instructions with butter, water and eggs. Pour batter into prepared square baking dish and bake brownies for 15 minutes.
Make pecan topping: In a medium bowl, whisk together brown sugar, maple syrup, melted butter, vanilla, and salt until smooth. Add egg and stir until combined. Add pecans and toss until they are fully coated.
Top baked brownies with pecan topping. Return to oven and bake until pecan mixture is set, about 15-20 minutes more. Let brownies cool completely before slicing and serving. Store any leftovers in the fridge.