DECEMBER 2016 – As the CEO of LaBahn’s Landscaping, I want to say a special thank you to everyone who has supported our business and referred clients to us over the years. Let me tell you about our recent trip to the beautiful Buccelletti Family Estate located in Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy, and how you could win a trip to Tuscany in 2017.
LaBahn’s Represents San Diego at IFMA’s World Workplace Conference & Expo 2016
NOVEMBER 2016 – This year, we had the pleasure of representing the San Diego Chapter of IFMA at IFMA’s World Workplace Conference & Expo 2016, hosted at the San Diego Convention Center. Learn more about this fun and informative event and about how you can become a part of this great organization.
“Low Water” Doesn’t Mean “Low Color”: 15 Drought-Tolerant Plants That Will Brighten Your Landscape
JULY 2016 – When we think of low-water, or drought-tolerant plants, we often think of dry, barren landscapes, but that’s not really the case. Here are 15 examples of water-saving plants and shrubs you can use to add pops of color to your low-water landscape.
Shot Hole Borer Infestation Impacting Southern California
JULY 2016 – Since the first sighting in San Diego in 2012, we have been watching the spread of the Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer (PSHB) and the Kuroshio Shot Hole Borer (KSHB) throughout Southern California. Here’s what you can do prevent and treat infestations.
Just in time for Summer: A Refresher Course on Drip Irrigation Systems
JUNE 2016 – Installing a drip irrigation system is a perfect way to conserve water on any property. These efficient watering systems are easy to install and can be used almost anywhere including planting beds, raised planters, and landscapes with trees, shrubs, or even vegetable gardens. Here’s a primer on the essentials of low-flow drip irrigation systems.
Six Simple Steps for Creating a Positively Pet-Friendly Landscape Design
MAY 2016 – We all love our pets, and we want to ensure that they have fun, functional, and safe places to run and play. In warmer climates, like we have here in sunny San Diego, pet owners have the added challenge of providing shade, shelter, and water in order to keep everyone safe. Here are six simple steps to follow when planning a pet-friendly outdoor living space.
Downy Mildew Epidemic in San Diego County
FEBRUARY 2016 – A new disease called downy mildew has reached our Red Apple, also known as Aptenia cordyfolia. It may be the disease has been dormant and recently has shown itself due to the current San Diego weather conditions. Here’s how to recognize and treat this fungal disease.