landscaping Archives - The Sagamore Companies

Fall Lawn Care: Gravel, Mulch and Soil for Your Ohio Landscape

By | November 5th, 2018|landscaping, landscaping supplies, mulching|

When the air gets brisk and the days get short, you know everyone’s favorite season is coming. It’s time to bring out the pumpkins, apple cider and the sweaters. The beginning of autumn is an exciting time for most people with bonfires and trick-or-treat. It’s important not to neglect your lawn and landscaping since it [...]

Tranquil Landscapes Are on the Rise

By | July 13th, 2018|landscaping, landscaping supplies, mulching, Winter|

When planning and maintaining your lawn, it’s important to treat your lawn like a living space. The front and backyard are often overlooked when it comes to designing your home. With a little care and creativity, your yard can be the new favorite spot in your home. Being outside and enjoying nature is proven to [...]

5 Tips to Provide Ultimate Spring Lawn Care

By | April 11th, 2018|DIY Tips, landscaping|

If you live in northeast Ohio or have recently talked to someone from there, you’ve probably heard all about the endless winter. Or you’re still surviving it. It seems like waiting for the spring thaw these days gets longer and longer. Contrary to popular belief, it is not too early to get your yard in [...]

How to have a gravel path that doesn’t run away

By | January 31st, 2018|landscaping, landscaping supplies|

Gravel is crushed rock, normally limestone, which is mined and then used in driveways and walkways, either as the path itself or to help boost drainage. And while gravel can be used to create beautifully intricate pathways, maintaining it can be difficult. If you’ve ever walked on a gravel path then you’re aware of how [...]

Deicing & Snow Removal: Preparing Your Business

By | December 4th, 2017|bulk salt, landscaping, snow plow, Winter|

Though the sun may be shining and the weekend forecast looks like Spring, those of us in Ohio and other cold weather states know that winter is right around the corner. Soon enough we’ll be waking up to an icy white wonderland and the sudden realization we’re going to have to clear out a path [...]

Gardening in Ohio: 17 Backyard Plants That Will Survive All Year

By | October 6th, 2016|DIY Tips, landscaping, landscaping supplies, Winter|

Weather in the Midwest is unpredictable. It’s sunny one moment and storming the next! With snow in the spring and random warm days in the winter, we’ve learned to expect the unexpected in Ohio. But when the weather messes with the plants in your backyard, it’s downright annoying. After all, you’ve put so much hard [...]

The Top Landscape Designs in Northeast Ohio – 2016 Soilies Awards!

By | April 26th, 2016|DIY Tips, landscaping, mulching|

In the greater Northeast Ohio are, we’re blessed with a wealth of natural beauty. Our air isn’t terribly polluted, and you don’t have to drive too far from anywhere to find trees and fields. But natural beauty isn’t the only thing we have: Northeast Ohio also boasts some incredible landscaping! Here at the Sagamore Companies, [...]

Planting in Top Soil: Your Summer Gardening Explained

By | July 31st, 2015|DIY Tips, landscaping, mulching|

If you’re like us, then you love the summer because you’re able to plant new flowers and see new blooms. However, while we all love the way flowers look, if you don’t use the right instructions and follow some simple rules of thumb, your garden won't be flourishing. We have provided for you here the [...]

The top 5 ways to use No. 34 gravel

By | June 2nd, 2015|landscaping|

Gravel is an incredibly valuable material with a wide variety of uses. It comes in many different sizes, each one good for certain things. For instance, our large oversize gravel can be used as decoration in gardens, while our small no. 8 gravel can be used in animal pens and on trails. Here, we will [...]

Why Making Mulch Isn’t Worth the Effort

By | February 25th, 2015|landscaping|

In the age of Pinterest, DIY projects are all the rage, and while they are sometimes cost efficient, you can easily bite off too much and be left with a lot of unused materials and no final product. Such is the case with mulching. Using clippings, eggshells, and hay can all be possible mulch substitutes. [...]