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CI Member Mike Daley Scores Big at CI/SFV Awards Night

Posted on: July 30th, 2014 by Elana Daley • No Comments

Mike Daley of Daley Landscape, Inc. brought the gold home to the Channel Chapter by capturing eight awards at the June 28 CI/SFV Beautification Awards Dinner held at Valley Crest Specimen Tree Nursery in Sunland. His take included awards in Small Residential, Medium Residential, Custom Residential, Renovation, Small Residential Maintenance, Water Feature “A”, and Night…

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Choosing the Right Contractor

Posted on: April 7th, 2014 by Elana Daley • No Comments

Choosing the right contractor is essential to the success of any construction project. There are a few basic and important pre-qualification steps needed before you hire your contractor. Check the CSLB.org website to confirm licensing, insurance, and level of insurance. It’s startling how many contractors use license numbers that are not valid and do not…

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Keep the Leaves Part 3 – Importance of Leaf Mulch for Oak Trees

Posted on: January 21st, 2014 by Elana Daley • No Comments

Oak trees produce large leaves as do a host of many species of deciduous trees. Trees benefit most when leaves remain within their drip line. Too many leaves accompanied by over watering can cause a fallen Oak tree. It’s best to avoid watering an oak tree and keep the leaves. Deciduous oak leaves may be…

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Keep the Leaves Part 2 – Importance of Leaf Mulch for Edible Landscapes

Posted on: January 15th, 2014 by Elana Daley • No Comments

Most bare root fruit trees can take up to 5 years to produce. When Daley Landscape, Inc. planted bare root fruit trees as part of an edible landscape, it was no surprise the trees produced within the first year. Begin with excellent stock and be sure the soil is well prepared. The soil did not…

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Keep the Leaves Part 1- Importance of Leaf Mulch for Outdoor Landscapes

Posted on: December 27th, 2013 by Elana Daley • No Comments

Leaves are an excellent source of nutrition for an outdoor landscape. Deciduous trees like American and Chinese elms drop small leaves in the fall. We at Daley Landscape, Inc say: “Keep the leaves.” Fallen leaves help reduce weeds and retain soil moisture. Leaves also protect against fluctuating soil temperatures during winter. Thatch buildup is prevented…

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