Landscape Lighting Creates a Warm and Welcoming Effect!

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Don’t rely on dim streetlights and porch lights to illuminate your home, landscape lighting will create a welcoming effect you will appreciate every time you pull in the driveway! We use low-voltage LED lights, which are cost effective, and all wiring is buried underground so it’s safe for children and pets!

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Montano’s Landscaping & Nursery, Inc.
(630) 271-9709
www.montanoslandscaping.net

Beautiful Transformation!

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Having an updated front entrance makes a big difference on the curb appeal of your home! Stuck on ideas? We will help you create the landscape of your dreams with a 3D presentation! Call us today and let the planning begin!

Montano’s Landscaping & Nursery, Inc.
(630) 271-9709
contactus@montanoslandscaping.net
www.montanoslandscaping.net

The difference seal coating makes!

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Gorgeous before and after pictures, the seal coating really brings out the beauty of the brick! Please click on them and they will enlarge for you! Advice From a Landscape Contractor: “It is recommended by Unilock to seal your brick … Continue reading

Back To School BBQ!

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Built-in-grills & fire pits are a great way to say “good-bye” to summer and celebrate the start of the new school year with family and friends! You can grill your favorite summertime foods, catch-up with loved ones on the comfort of your patio and share stories around the fire. (Great for keeping mosquitos away too!) Enjoy!

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Advice From A Horticulturist…

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Carlos Montano, Horticulturist with Montano’s Landscaping, responds to clients’ concerns about the drought…

2012 drought problems:
This summer’s drought has caused a lot of concern with existing and newly planted vegetation. One of the biggest concerns that I have seen with newly planted material during these hot, humid and dry days is the initial shock. A plant may appear to be dead within 3-7 days of installation even with watering. Some things to look for are wilting and browning of leaves (almost as if the leaves were burnt).

Some ways to prevent this is to do the following:

Make sure that there is mulch at the base of the vegetation (this will help keep the vegetation moist).

Increase the frequency of watering (this is especially important during the hot and humid days). I typically tell clients to water every other day when it is somewhat cool, however this summer I have been advising to water everyday.

The most important thing with watering is making sure that the vegetation is getting enough of it. You want to make sure that the entire base and roots of the plant are getting soaked.

Carlos Montano
Horticulturist, Montano’s Landscaping
(630) 271-9709
http://www.montanoslandscaping.net

Welcome To Our New Blog!

Thank you for checking us out!  Make sure to follow us to stay informed.  We will be posting pictures of currents jobs we are working on, giving advice & recommendations on current issues (weather, seasonal, etc.) and will let you know about any special offers we have going on!  We’re looking forward to keeping in touch!

~ The Montano Family