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Tree & Shrubs

How Trees Pose a Risk to Power Lines

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Trees growing too close to power lines can pose a severe risk. Overgrown trees can cause power outages and, in some cases, spark a fire. While Nature’s Select Piedmont can help your trees grow big and strong, you should still care for them properly and prune them when necessary, especially when they start to linger […]

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Tree & Shrubs

4 Types of Trees That Add Value to Your Home

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Do you want to add value to your land without spending a lot of money? One way to do this is by planting trees in your yard. Trees can increase the value of your home by adding shade in the summer and preventing erosion in the winter. They also make your property look nicer, which […]

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Care & Maintenance

How Often Should I Be Mowing the Lawn?

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Mowing the lawn is an important aspect of lawn care. But how often should you be mowing the lawn? And what height should you keep the grass? These are just a few of the questions we get from residents looking for expert lawn care. While mowing is often an enjoyable exercise, doing it wrong can […]

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Tree & Shrubs

5 Troublesome Trees That’s Aren’t Worth It

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Trees have a lot to offer your property. They’re often shady and can provide a canopy of privacy. However, not all trees are the same, nor are they worth the upkeep and maintenance. Some trees are just too troublesome and end up causing more problems than they’re worth. While Nature’s Select Sandhills can help nurture […]

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Mosquito Barrier

How to Keep Mosquitoes Away from Your Patio

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Summertime is the perfect time to relax with a cold drink on your patio, but mosquitoes can quickly damper your outdoor fun. They bite and buzz, scaring off your guests and ruining your night. Thankfully, Nature’s Select Triangle has the solution. But let’s look at some helpful ways you, too, can help keep mosquitoes off […]

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Weeds

3 Beneficial Weeds You May Want Around

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When discussing weed control, your first reaction is to probably want all of them gone. You’ve been told that any weed in your landscaping is bad. You’ve also come to think that weeds will affect your curb appeal. While that is true for the most part, Nature’s Select Triangle is here to tell you that […]

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Pest Control

Lawn Pests: 3 Facts About Billbugs

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Billbugs and their grubs attack both warm and cool-season grasses. Their approach to destroying lawns is to eat the grass, blade by blade, leaving lawns with patchy, scattered brown spots. So when it appears there’s a billbug infestation, Nature’s Select Piedmont has just what you need. We’ll teach you these three facts and treat your […]

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Sandhills

5 Types of Mosquitoes in North Carolina

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Mosquitoes are, by far, the most annoying outdoor pest for homeowners. These flying bloodsuckers thrive where there are ample water sources and plenty to feast on. Unfortunately, North Carolina is a hotbed for mosquito colonies, especially in regions where the weather is hot and humid. Thankfully, Nature’s Select Sandhills has the right biological treatment that […]

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Lawn Care

Why Improving Soil Quality Matters

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Spring is in the air and any evidence of winter is fading away. However, if you notice your lawn isn’t bouncing back from its winter slumber, you might want to test the soil. Soil quality in North Carolina matters, especially if you want to have a vibrant, rich landscape. At Nature’s Select Piedmont, our motto […]

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Bermudagrass

3 Ways We Control Bermuda Grass

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Bermuda grass is an aggressive, warm-season turf that tends to spread quickly and is hard to get rid of. If you didn’t intend for this grass in your lawn, but see it creeping in, then it’s time to give Nature’s Select Triangle a call. Simply treating the grass as a weed will likely not work, […]

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