Care To Know – Tree Fact

Published on October 30, 2017 by in Care To Know, Tree Care

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Thank you Bobbie for the fun fact!

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Jason and Justin were proud to represent our team at the ISA – Rocky Mountain Chapter Annual Conference.  We are loving the focused learning on improving and building a Safety Culture within our industry and organizations. Come by and say hi to our team at the exhibitor booths. 

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Happy Labor Day!

Published on September 4, 2017 by in Employee News

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We hope you are having a great Labor Day Weekend. Our offices will be closed this Monday, September 4th.  We will reopen on Tuesday, September 5th at 7 am. Thank you to our wonderful employees for all that you do.  Enjoy the holiday!

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We are hiring for a key leadership position on our management team, Branch Operations Manager of Commercial Landscape Maintenance – West Valley. To download/view the full job description click on the images below.

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Happy Independence Day!

Published on July 4, 2017 by in Employee News

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Wishing you a wonderful Independence Day from our Caretaker Landscape team!  In observance of Independence Day our offices will be closed this Tuesday, the 4th of July.                   Here are some photos from our team cookout to celebrate the holiday together!

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One of our core values is Education. Watch Jim Potts, Branch Manager, giving the team some training on cochineal scale on the prickly pear cactus.

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We are so excited to announce that we have been listed in Lawn & Landscape’s Top 100 List!  Thank you to our employees, clients and industry partners who make this possible. Click on the image below to see the full article by Lawn & Landscape.  

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With the record heat today, the countdown is on… 40 DAYS TO GO! Monsoon Season officially begins June 15th and runs through September 30th. This is the time to expect a change in the air, the humidity will increase, big billowing clouds will start to form in the East, and the winds will soon change […]

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Happy #EarthDay! Our team celebrated today by dropping off #plant donations to the The Wild Animal Sanctuary!  Check out our adorable #CaretakerKids, too cute!!! Thanks to Antonio and Justin for representing the #CaretakerTeam. Arbor Day, April 28th, is quickly approaching and is another way for us to celebrate our earth and sustainability.  Here are some fun […]

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Did you miss out on the chance to pick up your Spring Newsletter at the CAI Spring Showcase in Denver, CO?  We’ve got your issue right here!  Spring clean up tips and water conservation tips inside. Click on the image below to read the full issue.   Article By: Justin Bayer

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Our team had a great time at it’s first CAI – Rocky Mountain Chapter trade show.  Thank you to everyone who stopped by and said hi to us.                       Drum Roll please for the winner of our trade show booth drawing!!!         […]

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Matt White, was recently interviewed by Lawn & Landscape Magazine about experience with implementing CRM at Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management.  Check out his advice on the questions he wished he had asked before purchasing by clicking the photo below.

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Living in the valley of the sun has some great advantages. This includes having a lawn all year round. The two main types of turf used in southern Arizona include a perennial rye and Bermuda grass. The perennial rye is typically applied each fall to continue the green grass while the Bermuda rests for the […]

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Have you ever wondered about joining our Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management Team? Watch the video to learn more about our Caretaker Landscape culture from one of our awesome Account Managers, Antonio Rojas.  Antonio talks about his first 5 years with company, where he started and the steps he took to become a leader in the company today.

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  ACTC, Arizona Community Tree Council, held their Annual Tree Festival & Climbing Championship at Esteban Park in Phoenix, AZ on February 25th.  The Caretaker Landscape Team was made up of some of the company’s best climbers including Jeremy, Jesse, Jose, and Jacob.   According to ACTC website the Tree Climbing Championship events were judged based […]

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Click on the image below to read tips that will help with your Spring Rejuvenation.

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Congrats to our Anthem at Merrill Ranch crew for surpassing another safety milestone! Over 600 days without a lost time accident.

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Anthem at Merrill Ranch- 2016   Rovey Farm Estates- 2016 The Boulders North- 2016   Vistancia- 2013

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As one of your property’s biggest assets, we all know that trees need to be taken care of.  Knowing which trees need to be trimmed and when can make your life a bit less stressful when it comes to managing your properties in 2017.  Jason Richard, our Director of Tree Management, has put together some […]

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Cheers to 2017!

Published on December 31, 2016 by in Employee News

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Cheers to 2017 • Wishing you a very happy & safe New Year’s Weekend • Thank you all for an incredible 2016! Please note our offices will be closed on Monday, January 2nd.       #NewYear #2016out #2017in #2017NYE #NYE #Caretaker #CaretakerLandscape #landscape #landscaping #safe #safety #bestwishes #landscapedevelopment #landscapemanagement #bringon2017 #bye2016 #happynewyear

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Let it Snow! Marc Goldsboro worked with our Colorado crew to mobilize this morning at 2 am for our first official snow removal of the season. Thank you Chesapeake HOA for trusting us with your snow removal services!  We are looking forward to taking care of your snow management needs this season.     Proud […]

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Our awesome IT Systems Manager, Stan Myers, put together some tips for our team about avoiding theft during the holidays.  We thought they might be helpful reminders for everyone this holiday season: Most burglars will not break into a car if they can’t see what they’re getting – Don’t leave your valuables in plain sight! When […]

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History was made Thursday, December 1, when our very own CEO and Owner of Caretaker Landscape, Matt White, was honored with the 2016 Landmark Leaders Award for Unsung Hero by an individual.  This is the first time an individual for a landscape company has ever won a Landmark Leaders Award. Here’s a two minute video […]

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This weekend was the Excellence in Landscaping Award Gala for the Arizona Landscape Contractors Association (ALCA).  Our team did an outstanding job on these projects and we came home with some top honors.  We have included the descriptions of each award to give you an idea of what each award means. The results are as […]

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You may have started noticing that the flowers you planted in spring are slowly losing their vitality.  October is the perfect time to plant a fresh batch that will last through the winter and into late spring. With the holidays upon us, many people choose corresponding colors such as reds (we love RED) and whites.  Geraniums are […]

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Our tree crew did an amazing job on a large tree removal for Kelly’s at SouthBridge in Old Town Scottsdale. Check out our tree crew remove a tree in 38 seconds at Kelly’s at SouthBridge! #timelapse #safetyfirst #arborist #treeclimber #caretakerlandscape #ISA #certifiedarborist #safety #propertymanagement #treetrimming #treemanagement #tree #trees #commercialproperty #CRE #videotricks #largecrane #caretaker #crane #treecrew […]

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October can be a month that leads to some confusion with regard to your landscape.  It’s still hot, but the days are continuing to get shorter and the need for water is not as great due to the cooler temperatures.  Here are some some tips on what to do: FERTILIZER – Don’t fertilize your shrubs in October.  This […]

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Michelle Phelps, our PR & Marketing Manager, had the honor of serving on the Walk Committee for the 2016 Walk to End Lupus Now – Arizona on September 17th.  Our Caretaker Landscape team has participated in raising awareness by walking in the Lupus Walk the last two years.  We have also had our team participate in […]

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In Loving Memory – Debbie Swann

Published on September 6, 2016 by in Employee News

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It is with great sadness that we share the news of the untimely passing of our dear teammate, Debbie Swann.  To many of us she was not just a teammate she was a friend, mentor and confidant. While her time on earth was short it was filled with a love of life, family and friends.  […]

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Are you planning on overseeding your lawn this winter? We know it seems crazy to think about winter when it’s 105 degrees outside but little changes now can help your success with transitioning your landscape to have a beautiful green lawn through the winter and spring. Click on the article below to see the tips […]

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The following job openings have just been announced at our Colorado and Arizona Divisions. Click on the links below for more information.  ****Be sure to check our JOIN OUR TEAM PAGE for the most updated information. Project Coordinator Job Description – Colorado Division                             […]

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Randy Zellers, our West Valley Branch Manager, has some great tips on how to help your landscape beat the heat this August!

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We are proud to be partnering with Maracay Homes on the development of The Meadows in Peoria, Arizona.  The Meadows is set to have their grand opening in September of 2016. We are excited to be part of this project that will feature, ” 173 home sites and a whole lot of space. In fact, The […]

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Kent Miller was featured in July’s issue of Landscape Management Magazine, Marisa Palmieri interviewed him for their Backstory segment. Click here or on the page number below to view the full story. July 2016     pages 56-CV3 Table of Contents

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          Did you know July is Smart Irrigation Month? We have some links to help you in your water conservation efforts. 100 Quick Tips just like the one below from from Water Use It Wisely     Visit Wateruseitwisely.com/100-ways-to-conserve for water-saving tips! A Guide For Watering in Arizona – Landscape Watering […]

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The scorching sun and heat can be very damaging to your beautiful landscape. Here are some tips on how to help protect your landscape: Watering: Make sure your plants have an adequate supply of water, but not too much. Too much water can be as damaging as too little.  It is wise to wait until […]

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Congrats to Jim and Jason for obtaining their ISA – Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) – “This qualification promotes the safety of people and property by providing a standardized and systematic process for assessing tree risk. The results of a tree risk assessment can provide tree owners and risk managers with the information to make […]

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We’ve been Nominated for the Ranking Arizona 2017 issue and we’d LOVE YOUR VOTE!!! Click HERE and help Caretaker Landscape get to #1 for 2017 by casting your votes today for Ranking Arizona. We are listed under 3 Categories. You can find us under the Real Estate – Commercial on the left hand side of the […]

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Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management has officially broken ground on a Landscape Construction Job at ASU Research Park.  ASU Research Park has contracted with Caretaker Landscape to install a central irrigation control system, a central pump station control system as well as replacement of the main irrigation components and piping to be completed in 2016. […]

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It’s here! Monsoon Season officially begins June 15th and runs through September 30th. This is the time to expect a change in the air, the humidity will increase, big billowing clouds will start to form in the East, and the winds will soon change from the west to the southeast.  That will signal the beginning […]

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We are so excited to announce that we have been ranked again this year amongst Landscape Management’s exclusive annual Top 150 List! Thank you to our customers who trust us with their properties day in and day out by allowing us to protect, preserve and enhance their investments. Thank you to our amazing team members who […]

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As part of our commitment to caring for the environment we are always looking for ways to be more energy efficient. This commitment has resonated through our team members. Because of this we were lucky enough to have one of our own come to us with a great idea on how we can do better […]

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Compañía Caretaker & Tree Management.   La Compañía Caretaker & Tree Management se encuentra en Puerto Rico esta semana reclutando trabajadores para su sucursal en Denver, Colorado para trabajar en la industria de mantenimiento de jardines y construcción de áreas verdes. El jueves 21 de abril estaremos procesando y aceptando solicitudes de empleo en el Pabellón […]

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Brokers for Kids is a philanthropic fundraising effort that Caretaker Landscape has been involved with since 2012. The fundraising effort is overseen by the Scottsdale Active 20/30 club and the charity of choice is Boys Hope Girls Hope. Last year we raised over $8100 with the help of some special corporate sponsors: Culvers of Mesa […]

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Liz Miller our Operations Manager for our Construction Division was featured in the National Association of Women in Construction Feb/Mar Spotlight for Chapter #98.  We are so proud to have Liz representing Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management as part of NAWIC.                             […]

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          We are proud to announce that as part of our commitment to excellence to providing snow removal services we have joined SIMA – Snow & Ice Management Association!        

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El Niño has been getting a lot of attention lately.  Have you wondered how this weather phenomenon can affect your property and the ones you manage? To learn more about how El Niño may change how you manage your property’s landscape needs this winter check out this article written for CAI Magazine by our East […]

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Check out these great tips regarding frost protection from Arizona Landscape Contractors Association.

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Head on over to ALCA Influence Magazine to see the write up regarding Kent Miller, our new President.

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We’ve got some great tips to share with you about winterizing your lawn. See the article below for more details.

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Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management recently hired Kent Miller, as its next President.  Kent is a long time veteran of the commercial landscape contracting market.  Kent spent almost 30 years building a landscape company that went from $4,000,000.00 of annual revenue, when he started, to over $40,000,000.00 when he left a few years ago.  He […]

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We are so excited to share the news!!! Seven of our communities won awards this weekend at the  ALCA 39th Annual Excellence in Landscaping Awards. Caretaker Landscape wins 5 ALCA awards for Commercial Maintenance o   Montana Del Sol – Judges Award – Under $25,000 o   Pueblo at the Boulders – Award of Distinction – $25,001 to $50,000 […]

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Caretaker Landscape – Quick Tip

Published on October 16, 2015 by in Care To Know

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Happy Friday, with the rain headed this way we wanted to leave you with a quick landscape tip for the weekend.   “Turn off your timers if we receive more than ¼” of rain, don’t forget to turn the timer back on after the showers stop if you are watering for seed germination. Other than […]

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Fall Landscape Tips for October

Published on October 8, 2015 by in Newsletter

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Fall is upon us, the days are getting shorter and the nights cooler. This is the time of year we in the Horticulture industry start to think about winter chores.  Below are some tips to help with your October landscape endeavors. If a green lush winter lawn is on your wish list, now is the […]

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Our Construction Division is making great progress on our first landscape installation job in Colorado. Click on the gallery below to see the work they are doing at Rocking Horse Phase 1.

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We always love when a property manager takes the time say thanks regarding our crews.  See the testimonial from the management staff at ASU Research Park. “I wanted to take a moment to say thank you and let you know that US Foods was extremely appreciative of your help yesterday with the peacock. You guys […]

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Caretaker Landscape is looking for a talented Accounts Payable Specialist to join our team! To learn more about the position please click on the description below. To apply for this position please email your resume to careers@caretakerinc.com. Job Description – Accounts Payable Specialist  

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Caretaker Landscape is looking for a talented Commercial Landscape Estimator to join our team! To learn more about the position please click on the description below.  To apply for this position please email your resume to careers@caretakerinc.com. Now Hiring – Commercial Landscape Estimator  

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We are actively interviewing and hiring for our Colorado Division.  Please see the job posting and application below.  Please download the application and email it to careers@caretakerinc.com or fax it (480) 545-8020.  Attention to Todd or Patricia.  If you have any questions please call us toll free at (844) 510-­‐6601.   Download Application by clicking […]

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As part of the celebration of our 27th Anniversary we have announced that we are expanding to the Tucson and Denver markets. Landscape Management Magazine has featured Caretaker Landscape in an article released today. Click on the photo below to read the article.                         […]

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We are hiring! If you are or know anyone that would be interested in this position for a Commercial Landscape Estimator please email careers@caretakerinc.com to submit a resume. Landscape Estimator

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Safety for our crews and residents of the communities we service is one of our top priorities!  Today our Vistancia crew received CPR and first aid training.

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Please take a second and vote for our Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management team on Ranking Arizona!  We are nominated in 3 categories and would love your vote. Cast your votes by following the directions below.  Click on the image to go to the voting page. Thank you for your support!!!

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Check out this article written by Dan Trudeau published in Vistancia Living’s June Issue.

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The  Tree Division of Caretaker Landscape & Tree Management has been hard at work.  Check out the crew removing a monster of a tree. The tree was a Tamarix / Salt Cedar tree that was approximately 23 tons that failed due to rot in the trunk and a combination of high winds. The trunk DBH […]

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In the June 2015 issue of Landscape Management Magazine, Matt White was interviewed regarding hiring and retention. To see the article click here or on the preview pages below. June 2015   pages S6-S7 Table of Contents

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Caretaker Landscape cares about our local community.  One way that Caretaker gives back is by being an integral part of Valley Partnership’s community project. “Valley Partnership was founded 27 years ago.  It has given back to the Valley through an annual community project that transforms the location of a local nonprofit. The annual charitable event […]

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Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management is looking for a qualified candidate to fill the Business Development Manager, Commercial Management Market position.  Please review the job description below. If you or someone you know may be interested, please contact Patricia Myers, Human Resources Director @ Office (480) 545-9755 Ext 259 or email her at PMyers@caretakerinc.com.   […]

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We are excited to announce that with the help of our great clients and amazing team we have been named #62 on Landscape Management’s Top 150 List. Some more exciting news to share with you is that Caretaker Landscape also ranked in the following categories by Landscape Management Magazine:  #11 Nationally in Design/Build and Installation, […]

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Caretaker Landscape truly believes in giving back to the community and those in need throughout the valley. Our Field Superintendent at Vistancia, was driving through the community doing his daily inspections of the property. He noticed that the Fire Station’s landscape could use a little attention. He stopped in and spoke with the Fire Chief and […]

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The Charro Foundation will be awarding 36 Scottsdale nonprofi ts a total  of $213,427 in charitable donations during this year’s grant cycle.  Those dollars get pumped back into the community — to make Scottsdale a better place for everyone, Mr. Ashworth contends. “All of our fundraising efforts are for the betterment of Scottsdale and its […]

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My name is Mike Eden. I’m the Business Development Coordinator here at CARETAKER LANDSCAPE AND TREE MANAGEMENT. Every week I send out a new ‘Plant of the Week’ to our team and partners to help educate us on the plants we care for in our fields of work. Please tune in for this amazing opportunity to […]

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it seems as though we all know someone who has been touched by this disease.  In order to help raise awareness for Breast Cancer the Caretaker team decided to set aside one day where we all wore pink. Below is an info-graphic on how Breast Cancer effects each […]

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Mike’s Plant of The Week

Published on October 27, 2014 by in Care To Know

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This week I am featuring the Semmondsia chinensis, or ‘Jojoba’   FUN FACT: Jojoba is grown for the liquid wax (commonly called jojoba oil) in its seeds. This oil is rare in that it’s an extremely long straight-chain wax ester and not a triglyceride, making jojoba and its derivative jojoba esters more similar to human sebum and whale oil than to traditional vegetable oils. Jojoba […]

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This weekend the Tree Division of Caretaker Landscape & Tree Management was hard at work at the San Marcos Golf Course removing a monster of a tree. It was a Tamarix / Salt Cedar tree that was approximately 23 tons that failed due to rot in the trunk and a combination of high winds. The […]

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Caretaker strives to be the most highly educated, professional, passionate and reputable landscape management firm in Arizona. If this sounds like a team you would be interested in joining we have the following opportunities available: 1)     Landscape Construction Laborers 2)     Office Admin 3)     Business Development Manager – HOA Click on the link below for the descriptions, […]

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The Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management team was recently featured on the AZRE website.  In this article AZRE is spotlighting our team member Pat Lynch’s new promotion and our newest team members Bridget Donovan, Samantha Root and Mandy Reed.

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Matt White was recently featured in Sonoran Quarterly sharing his thoughts regarding the landscape school at Desert Botanical Gardens.  

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Our Owner/President, Matt White, is a member of the Scottsdale Charros.   Formed in 1961, The Scottsdale Charros are an all-volunteer, non-profit group of business and civic leaders that help build our community by supporting youth sports, education and charitable causes. Click on the article below to learn more about the Scottsdale Charros and our commitment […]

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We are proud to announce that Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management made Landscape Management’s 150 List. Click on the link below to see the full issue. June 2014   pages JD27-JD28 Table of Contents

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We are so excited to be named as one of AZRE’s Top 40 Companies to Watch in 2014. Check out page 31 of 42 or go directly to link below. http://azremagazine.com/news/40-companies-watch-2014

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Caretaker Landscape loves giving back to the community by supporting local charities. On January 17th, we held our inaugural “All In” for Kids Charity Poker Tournament for Brokers for Kids.  Brokers for Kids is a year-long contest involving valley commercial real estate teams in a fundraising drive that culminates with the Brokers for Kids Olympiad.  The main […]

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The Valley Partnership Board of Directors voted unanimously to select Save the Family Foundation’s Escobedo at Verde Vista Affordable Housing Development as their community service charity recipient for 2013.  Together, the two organizations will build a stronger Valley by giving children in homeless and vulnerable families a safe place to build stronger bodies and minds.  […]

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Fall/Winter Tree Pruning Tips In October • You can safely prune most trees; however: • Ensure temperatures don’t drop below freezing. • Be careful not to prune frost -sensitive trees too heavily. • Desert Trees have large growth in spring/summer: trim trees in October so that they will “hold their prune” longer through the winter […]

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All for the Family – We CARE about Community Service Caretaker Landscape is proud to sponsor the 26th annual community service project for Valley Partnership. Valley Partnership has a strong reputation for behind a visionary group that advocates for responsible development in Arizona. Caretaker Landscape joined the partnership in 2012, in conjunction with the expansion of […]

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Click here to view the article at AZRE Magazine…. Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management is pleased to announce that Mischelle Arreca White   has been promoted to Vice President of Business Development.  Mischelle was initially hired at Caretaker to manage our business development team and  increase our brand and our market share in the commercial property […]

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Long, narrow spikes of purple flowers cover this plant in the summer months. Although the flower color can range from white to dark purple, most trees have been selected for the darker flower color. To be sure, try to select this plant when it is blooming. These fragrant flowers attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. After […]

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Many small businesses start the same way — usually with a forward-thinking entrepreneurial person or group passionate about the opportunity to make a living doing something they love. Caretaker Landscape is no different. Twenty-five years ago, Susan Stephenson Harris, a retired banker from Oklahoma, moved to Arizona to relax and play golf. Six months later, […]

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Grand Opening – Welcome  David Weekley Homes to Acacia Estates David Weekley Homes is known for having great people and innovative design with a variety of customer options. The partnership in the grand opening between the Acacia Estates development team, David Weekley Homes and Caretaker Landscape centered on a true partnership where the great team […]

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Pre-Monsoon Pruning Did you know Caretaker Landscape has 4 ISA Certified Arborists? Proper tree pruning practices are important when attempting to limit storm and wind damage.  During monsoon rains, the wet ground makes trees more susceptible to failure due to what we call the “sail effect”.  The sail effect happens when trees have been primarily […]

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Check out this article published by AZRE Magazine.   With more than 1,000 new homes coming to Buckeye, Caretaker Landscape is poised to transform one of those new communities, Sienna Hills. Sienna Hills is nestled along the base of the White Tank Mountains. Located in Buckeye at McDowell Road and Verrado, this landscape of rocky ridgelines, […]

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Have you noticed all the Chilean Mesquite pods dropping? History – Native Mesquite trees dot southwest Arizona’s desert landscape, but the Chilean Mesquite is an interloper that has edged its way into drought-resistant gardens.  The Chilean Mesquite, Prosopis chilensis, is originally from Chile, hence its name, and it’s a relative of the pea family.  The […]

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Did you know proper water management can reduce your water bill? Well, summer is here!  With pavement so hot you can fry an egg on it, imagine what our plants and trees are going through.  They are unable to escape our elements.  It is up to us to treat them correctly. Caretaker Landscape starts by ensuring […]

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Do you know the 10 Perfect Plants that Can Withstand our Arizona Heat? Caretaker Landscape is constantly looking for ways to help our clients not only with the properties they manage, but also the properties they reside in.  Since June is Home Ownership Month, we thought it would be fun to let you know about plants that can weather the heat.  These plants […]

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Over 1000 New Homes Coming to Buckeye!  Caretaker Landscape is at the Forefront of the Landscape Construction and Landscape Development at Sienna Hills Phoenix just voted #1 rising home prices by Kiplinger!  And one of those communities contributing to rising home prices is Sienna Hills.  Sienna Hills is nestled along the base of Arizona’s White Tank Mountains.  Located […]

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Caretaker Landscape Is All About Safety First When Working in Trees Caretaker Landscape’s Tree Management team promotes Tree Worker Certification as an important element to promoting safe tree practices.  The goal is and always has been to be a leading expert in Tree Management.  As part of that mission, we are certifying our tree climbers and crew […]

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