It Takes a Village

As a small business owner, there are so many important behind-the-scenes support operations that go along with running and maintaining your business from day to day. In this article I’m giving a shout out to a couple of outstanding businesses that help Custom Gardens with the operational side that customers

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Organic Lawn Care Products

Are you looking for organic lawn care products that are safe and effective? Along with being committed to providing legendary service, Custom Gardens is committed to using products which do not harm the environment. Many products on the market may say all-natural or organic, but are ineffective in deterring pests

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Ask the Landscape Architect

  Have you ever wondered what defines a Landscape Architect? What differentiates a Landscape Architect from general contractors and when you would need to retain one? We sat down with our Landscape Architect, David Chewey and asked him when and why a homeowner should retain a Landscape Architect and what

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Landscaping Yorktown

Local Landscaping Digs in Yorktown We like to send out a monthly eNewlsetter that highlights our current projects for folks considering different types of outdoor retreats to look at and draw inspiration from. The following landscaping project took place in Yorktown and involved very little major construction or financing to

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Lawn Care Service & Advice

  Lawn care service calls abound these days and many clients need advice for caring for their lawn and what services we provide if you can’t go it alone! We thought this would be a great topic for our readers and hopefully you can get some great tips for improving

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Williamsburg Landscaping News and Events

Summer is about to kick off and as we finish out Spring, we wanted give mention to some Williamsburg landscaping events that Custom Gardens will be attending and some other local events that you don’t want to miss! Yorktown Market Days Be sure to come on out every Saturday along

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