Landscape Design & Construction
The market for synthetic grass could be ready to pop—and it doesn’t even need water or fertilizer.
A year and a half after acquiring the Boxer Equipment line, Morbark hopes to accelerate its assembling of a diverse Boxer dealer network through a three-pronged approach.
As the UTV market grows and evolves to meet regulations, learn how this tool could be the most productive in your fleet and why it might be time to demo one.
Native trees can better connect clients with their landscapes, providing landscape contractors who "get it" with a competitive advantage.
Think about these six landscaping elements to satisfy the cravings of today's homeowners.
Pros and cons to going the route of a franchise with your landscape business, and a listing of hot Green Industry franchises.
A plate compactor is typically a landscaper's best friend, but rammers can come in pretty handy as well.
More landscape contractors have a need for THE RIGHT compaction equipment. Here's what to look for.
Top trends in outdoor living spaces, and products to help build the ideal space.
As part of PLANET's annual Day of Service campaign, the Milwaukee Chapter of the Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association installed an outdoor education station at the Wildlife Center In Need.
6 things to keep in mind when finishing off an in-ground pool with a trendy landscape design.
Hot Green Industry Franchises – Outdoor Lighting Perspectives
Contractors use paver patios and other hardscape elements to help encourage homeowners to upgrade existing landscaping.
Solid January growth and March builder confidence suggest ongoing market improvement, especially in key segments important to landscaping.
Outdoor kitchens, contemporary designs, geometric patterns, and features enabling more all-season use are among Belgard’s top trends for 2014.
Don't stick your hands in a chipper, carry a chainsaw by the guard bar, and a few other things you maybe DIDN'T know
Jason Fawcett of Elizabeth River Landscape Management in Suffolk, VA, was featured in Green Industry Pros' October 2010 issue. Now he's doing landscaping for country music star Luke Bryan.
Survey results show which attachments landscape contractors own and want most.
Contractors in many areas of the country can incorporate specific landscape elements to help clients get some all-year use out of their outdoor living spaces.
Which specs and features are important, why, and how do you evaluate them?
Advice on where and how to use a compact excavator in landscape contracting, along with tips on how to buy a good one.
Jersey contractor Tim Worrell talks about his favorite landscape tools and equipment.
Landscape contractors appreciate durability, serviceability of New Holland 200 Series Skid Loaders.
Results of landscape contractor responses to recent webinar on outdoor living
Brushcutting equipment can help both dealers and contractors generate new revenue streams, but they need to be prepared to work as hard as the equipment itself.