A new year has begun, and with it, spring will soon be upon us as well as the planting season. In landscaping and gardening like, in fashion, new trends always emerge as the industry continues to change and grow. Below are some of the trends we at Mammoth Landscaping think we will be seeing in […]
About Agnes Jankiewicz
Agnes Jankiewicz works as a graphic designer and social media lead at Mammoth Landscaping. A graduate of Durham College in Contemporary Media Production, she brings a creative flare to the team as well as her knowledge in branding, web design, photography and video editing. Outside of work she also works on her own written projects which can be found under www.aajankiewicz.com
Entries by Agnes Jankiewicz
The holiday season is upon us and for many, this means selecting the perfect Christmas tree for our homes. What the right tree will be for you, comes down to factors such as, tree longevity and whether or not the tree is hypoallergenic. In today’s blog, we will be looking at these factors as well […]
Whether the use of rock salt or sand is better for ice management has been a subject of debate for years among property owners. Both come with their own set of pros and cons. Determining which one is right for you is a personal preference and knowing how each works can help with that decision. […]
Rose care and pruning are an art that takes time and patience to learn. While it is not difficult to do, there are some key things that need to be remembered in order to properly maintain these beautiful plants.
As summer and early fall roll to a close, frost and cold weather dominate the outdoors. While one may think this can mean the end of garden plant life for the season, there are species out there that can survive the cooler temperatures.
Fall is officially upon us and with it the fall maintenance period in preparation for winter. Among the many plants in your garden there are sure to be perennials. Perennials are plants that have a lifespan of more than one blooming season, usually two to three, but even these vary in the degree and type […]
As summer comes to an end, so too does the season for deciduous plant life. While your first reaction at the sight of dead leaves may be to get your rake out of the shed, there are alternatives as to what can be done with them. In today’s blog post, we will take a look […]
Fall is more often than not associated with being a time of harvest and with wrapping up any summer gardening activities. What many people are not aware of however is that it can still be used as a time of growing vegetables in the garden. Growing later in the season will increase your yield of […]
Summer is in full swing and with it so is the heat. Toronto is expecting its worst heat wave of the summer this week and it won’t be going away until this Saturday. This lack of rain is certain to have a negative effect on plant life everywhere and can also prove to be a […]
With the onset of a dry season, comes the need to water plants more frequently. This in turn however can become a costly endeavor depending on the size of ones property. In today’s blog, we will take a look at some shortcuts so you can avoid overpaying for water costs.