A common occurrence that happens particularly during the hot, dry season in many gardens is the appearance of yellowing on leaves or conifer needles, and dense webbing amongst plant life. These symptoms may be a strong indicator of a spider mite infestation. The good news is that there are numerous ways to purge these annoying […]
Over the past few years we’ve seen effects in the landscape from an extended drought, specifically in the West. Meteorologists are, once again, predicting above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation for 2016 in the Willamette Valley. Signs of drought stress can easily be seen in the declining health of regional trees. Dead limbs in tree […]
Every year I ask several employees to write a few articles for this blog. With the wide variety of experiences and skill sets I can get an equally wide variety of articles. This submission is not your typical “horticultural tips” kind of article but rather a personal experience of one Account Manager that exemplifies her […]
DeSantis Landscapes is hiring! We have several career opportunities for experienced landscape professionals who are looking to advance their career in the industry and work with the finest team in the business. Visit our Careers Page to see the opportunities available and submit your application now.
We have received this message… Congratulations! Your organization has been named one of the 2016 100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon by Oregon Business magazine. The eighth annual green survey was part of the 100 Best Companies and 100 Best Nonprofits surveys conducted last fall and spring. This ranking shows that your workplace has implemented […]
Every year we gather all of our supervisors and foremen for a day of training, camaraderie and team building as a kick off to the spring season . This year was another great success with 8 different training stations, a Plant ID Challenge and BBQ lunch. Here’s a great video recapping our day!
Please join the Green Building Information Group (GBIG) for a FREE moderated panel discussion about how the Moda Center became the first major league venue to earn LEED EB O&M Gold certification, a milestone in the greening of sports. This was accomplished by an extensive team of consultants and vendors, including some of whom we […]
For years, I have heard the concern from property managers that fruit bearing trees just aren’t for the commercial landscape and that fruit trees can become unruly in a residential landscape. “Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for fruit trees, but we don’t know how to maintain them. Fruit Trees are for the birds!” Well, […]