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Rich-Way Latest News

Now Is The Time To Mulch Your Planting Beds

latestnews-flowersVery few materials distinguish an exemplary landscape from an average one like a layer of fresh mulch. When installed properly, the visual impact of having a new layer of mulch spread over the planting beds is striking in comparison to an adjacent property which has not been mulched for several years.

Attention to such details as mulching the planting bed areas is an indication of the concern the homeowner or property manager has for the landscape. Although I have spoken in earlier articles of the importance of mulch, I felt this would be a good time to remind ourselves of how the practice of mulching will benefit us and our landscapes.

Homeowners Beautification Award

latestnews-beautificationThe town of Collierville has honored the residents of The Polos with the prestigious Homeowner's Beautification Award. This award is given by the city of Collierville Town Beautiful Commission. Rich-Way Landscape is proud to maintain this beautiful homeowner's association common property.

The purpose of the Town Beautiful Commission is to enhance and maintain the natural and man-made beauty of this community and to advise the Board of Mayor & Aldermen on matters affecting the aesthetic and natural beauty within the community. We at Rich-Way Landscape are overwhelmed with pride that this property is considered one of the essential components in making, and keeping, the city of Collierville beautiful.

Nix Residence - Yard of The Month (Saddlebrook)

yardofthemonthWe are proud to announce that yet another home has received the Yard of The Month award. Ken and Angie Nix are respected clients of the Rich-Way Landscape Maintenance program.

We here at Rich-Way strive everyday to bring unparalleled customer satisfaction and service to each and every client.

Call Rich-Way Landscape at 901-853-9590 for more details.
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