Win a trip for two to Italy from LaBahn’s Landscaping!

Yup… we’re bringing back our client appreciation drawing for a trip for two to Tuscany! All you have to do is send your referrals for commercial landscaping maintenance and we will do the rest (rules apply). You can see more about the whole thing including a complete set of rules by clicking here to visit

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Not sure where to start with Brush abatement around your property?

Years of drought and dry brush in San Diego has created a landscape that is prime for wildfires. One way to protect yourself is to create a proper defensible space around your property. The city of San Diego has broken this up between two zones. Zone 1 extends 35 feet from your property. Zone two,

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Best Winter Color Options for San Diego

Keeping your landscaping beautiful all year round is a primary goal for us. Green grass, full shrubs, and beautiful color is all part of the package that keeps your property looking it’s best all year. Here’s a guide for winter color that you can use for some ideas!

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Winter Rye

It’s almost Christmas, and by now you have probably received a proposal for Aeration and Winter Rye if you have turf. Grass areas have many benefits: a place for kids and pets to play, it serves to increase humidity and reduce temperatures, it can also improve your property value. However, many grasses in San Diego

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Fall Activities for the Whole Family!

Fall is in full effect in San Diego. Although, our Fall season looks different than many other places in the country! Crisp mornings and warm afternoons make dressing in the morning a challenge. The scarfs and sweaters tend to be shed by noon and the common “this is strange weather” is heard all across the

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Why do we have Pumpkins in the Fall?

Why do we have Pumpkins in the Fall?  (from https://www.almanac.com/plant/pumpkins) Pumpkins have been grown in North America for almost 5,000 years! While we enjoy Pumpkin Spiced Lattes and bread and pie in October and November, the growing of Pumpkins actually starts in May because they require a LONG time growing with NO frost (generally 75-100

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