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9 11, 2017

Thank You, Veterans

2017-11-09T12:31:05+00:00 November 9th, 2017|News|

Remembering All Those Who Have Served

Today, we would like to extend our forever gratitude to those who have served our country and contributed to protecting our freedom and our people.

Do you have any special plans this weekend to show your respects on Veteran’s Day this weekend?

One option is to visit […]

2 11, 2017

Seasonal and Holiday Container Gardens – Available for Limited Time!

2017-11-02T19:42:15+00:00 November 2nd, 2017|Plants & Planting, Promotions|

Welcome guests to your home or business with lovely seasonal and holiday container gardens from Reder Landscaping!

Our holiday container gardens are available in 4 pre-designed options (see details and pricing below).  Also, custom container gardens can be designed in endlessly creative combinations of color and materials to suit your personal […]

28 10, 2017

Dormant Fall Hydrangea Pruning – With Steve Cross [Video]

2017-10-28T17:31:50+00:00 October 28th, 2017|Maintenance, Plants & Planting|

In this video, long-time Reder Landscaping employee Steve Cross demonstrates the proper approach to dormant fall hydrangea pruning.

All hydrangeas benefit from annual pruning to maintain the “Three S’s” (size, shape and structure), as well as to improve flowering next spring and summer.  With dormant pruning hydrangeas during late fall you […]

18 10, 2017

150 Years, 150 Trees! Congratulations St. John’s Episcopal!

2017-10-19T10:52:53+00:00 October 18th, 2017|News|

Congratulations St. John’s Episcopal Church on the celebration of the Sesquicentennial of 150 years of the Episcopal Church of Midland!

We are fortunate to have been invited to help St. John’s Episcopal Church donate and plant 150 beautiful, flowering crab apple trees around the community of Midland to commemorate this milestone event.

We […]

14 10, 2017

Watch Us Make Our Own Top Soil!

2017-10-19T10:04:54+00:00 October 14th, 2017|Lawns, Plants & Planting|

Talk about being green!  It’s top soil making time!

Every year Reder Landscaping’s crews collect over 2,000 cubic yards of lawn clippings and yard waste. After a 2 year process of decomposition, we screen the piles of compost to make our own top soil and organic plant mix.