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Mar 3, 2015

In the Know: March 2015

Now that the chance of frost is behind us and spring is in the air, many of us want to get into the garden to plant.  By choosing the right plants you can create a garden that attracts more than its fair share of butterflies and hummingbirds....
Mar 3, 2015

March Maintenance Activities

Here’s a peek at what AME will be working on at your property this month.   Maintenance Activities for the Month of March:  Mowing, raking, edging and trash/leaf collection Tree & shrub pruning will be minimal until late February or...
Feb 19, 2015

In the Know: February 2015

February is an excellent month to start a vegetable garden. Research demonstrates gardening is good for the mind and body!  This is just one of the reasons that vegetable gardening has become increasingly popular. Besides providing fresh, better...
Jan 7, 2015

AME Landscape names Garduno CFO

AME Landscape Cos. announced today that Michael Garduno Jr. has been named Chief Financial Officer for the company. He previously served as director of operations for more than 6 years. Garduno, who has been with the family-owned company since 2005...
Jun 16, 2014

AME’s Top 10

Plants These plants are unique in that they can give a desert or a lush garden feel to the landscape, depending on how they are combined.  All of these plants are low water use and low maintenance.  If these plants are hit with a freeze, they can...
Jun 9, 2014

June Landscape Activity

MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY FOR THE MONTH  of June – Lawns will be mowed at  1 1/2” in height and watering will occur at 4 times per week. – Warm season annual flowers should be established and will be watered at 3 to 4 times per week...
May 27, 2014

The Sky Flower

Duranta erecta ‘Sweet Memories’ / Sky Flower   This large shrub bears 1/2″ blooms that are edged in white.  The flowers are followed by showy clusters of golden berries which gives it a nickname of “Golden Dewdrop”.  Sky Flower...