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Thank you Randy for our #CareToKnow Tip this week!

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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.  Click on the image below to see the results.

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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