A Note About Ticks and Lyme Disease Prevention
June 29, 2018
There has been a lot of talk in the news lately about Lyme disease, which of course means avoiding contact with ticks. It is somewhat frustrating for outdoor enthusiasts who wait all winter to enjoy their summer pursuits only to be told to cover up, put chemicals on your body but go outside and get healthy!
Japanese Knotweed – Pretty But Invasive
June 18, 2018
I have noticed since moving out to the country almost 6 years ago, a pretty flowering plant growing along the sides of the roads. I wondered what it was and almost considered finding some I could plant on my property. Thankfully I never did this because I have recently discovered it is the very invasive, and damaging species, Japanese Knotweed.
2017 The Summer Of Rain
August 1, 2017
Although the rain has settled down slightly, according to Environment Canada, 2017 it will go down as one of the rainiest years in our recorded history. Here are a few tips for you to help ensure your lawns can deal with another summer like 2017! Try and keep your lawn well aerated. Ideally twice…
Booo! Are you ready for Halloween?
October 25, 2016
I can’t believe it is almost Halloween again! Where do the months go? It seems like we are just gearing up for summer and poof! it is Halloween. I was writing an email to our property managers with some tips for keeping their properties safe on Halloween night and decide that the tips were good…
Notes from Heidi’s Garden
May 6, 2015
I can hardly wait to get out to the garden come spring. The cool spring temperatures mean spending time weeding and tidying up the garden is much more enjoyable. Peeking for green shoots, tender buds on the shrubbery and of course monitoring those daffodil and tulip bulbs that were planted last fall, are all what…
Spring is just around the corner!
March 5, 2015
February 2015 will go in to the record books for the coldest in Ottawa’s history. We also broke the record for continuous days of skating on the Rideau Canal. This may or may not be a good thing depending on how you feel about winter. Of course winter is part of the reason Lindsay Landscape…
Green Bins…Love ’em or hate ’em?
November 12, 2014
Love them or hate them we have been forced in to using the Green Bin Program in Ottawa with the reduction of garbage pick up to biweekly. Admittedly, using the green bin is a bit of a pain, but in our house we have adjusted and jam it full every week. In the news this…
Considering a Hot Tub?
November 5, 2014
At Lindsay Landscape we are often asked about building a deck or base for a hot tub. Many clients also inquire about what to look for when buying a hot tub. I decided to invite Laura from Chinook Hot Tubs and Saunas to write a guest blog to answer all your questions! Choosing a hot…
Toxicodendron radicans. Scary Sounding Name for a Plant!
September 17, 2014
“Leaves of three, leave them be” is a rhyme we all hear growing up but poison ivy is a tricky plant to identify.
Welcome to Our New Blog!
August 14, 2014
Lindsay Landscape Inc. (LL) is a professional landscape solutions company that was started in 1991 by Phil Lindsay. It began as a one man operation providing lawn cutting to local residents. Throughout the years, we’ve remained dedicated to providing courteous, timely, personal service to each and every client.