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Winter is a great time to get ready for the upcoming growing season

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Winter is a great time to get ready for the upcoming growing season.

1. Line up your landscape contractor for 2013 – it's not too early to get on their schedule. Sprigs & Twigs, Inc is signing up customers now for all of our services: Landscape Design, Installation and Maintenance, Lawn Care and Tree Care. Give us a call, we'd be happy to explain the benefits of a Sprigs & Twigs landscape.

2. Winter is a good time for Tree Care Services, the ground is frozen and won't be damaged by trucks and for many trees this is the best time to prune. Give us a call.

3. It's time to give serious consideration to Organic Lawn Care for 2013. Using chemical fertilizers can be detrimental to your lawn and the environment as well as being unsafe for people. Sprigs & Twigs has an established, effective Organic Lawn Care program that is safe for the environment, people and your pets. Plenty of satisfied customer references are available, give us a call. Also, now is a good time to sign-up for other Lawn Care Services such as Mowing & Trimming, Lawn Installation and Lawn Revitalization.

4. Begin planning for your upcoming project even though plants are dormant now, our design team is going full steam preparing for customer installations this coming year. Now is an especially good time to contact me.

5. Plan for your Maintenance needs now. Sprigs & Twigs offers customized one time Maintenance Spruce-ups, Periodic Maintenance visits, Absentee Owner Services, Seasonal Maintenance Contracts. Give us a call.

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About Linda Lillie

Linda K. Lillie is the President of Sprigs & Twigs, Inc, the premier landscape design and maintenance, tree care, lawn care, stonework, and carpentry service provider in southeastern Connecticut since 1997. She is a graduate of Connecticut College in Botany, a Connecticut Master Gardener and a national award winning landscape designer for her landscape design and landscape installation work.

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