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6 Landscaping Amenities to Consider for Your Commercial Property

With regular lawn maintenance, your commercial property is going to look stunning. However, a few extra amenities can take it to the next level by creating an area tenants, employees and guests can enjoy. Whether you’re working within a city setting with limited space, or a large corporate office campus, the right landscape partner will have solutions that make your outdoor space inviting.

 

Consider adding some of the following useful and appealing touches to your commercial green space:

 

The First Amenity to Always Consider - Furniture

Encourage people to enjoy their lunches or breaks outside with sufficient furniture. You can acquire some amazing patio sets so that groups of individuals can get together. You can also add benches where people can relax for a few moments.

Nothing beats having a barbecue in the middle of summer. Your tenants will love having an area to grill burgers and hot dogs, especially if it is an apartment complex where they would be unable to have a grill otherwise. Professional offices might find a grilling space useful for team outings in the summer.

Make Your Landscape Shine with Thoughtful Lighting

While the sun lights the way during the day, you want something that will allow people to enjoy the scenery on cloudy days and evenings as well. Consider an energy efficient lighting option so that you do not increase your monthly electric bills too much.

Pathway lighting adds that extra touch that takes your landscape from pretty to sophisticated.

Yellowstone Landscape Path Lighting

Combat High Water Usage with a Cistern

You need an irrigation system in place that allows you to keep trees and flowers growing healthily. However, constantly having the sprinklers running can quickly add up and is not great for the environment. By installing a cistern on your commercial property, you can easily collect rainwater, and use that to water your foliage.

Consider a Decorative Fire Pit for Function and Style

Many different variations exist for fire pits. Consider a gas pit with decorative stone and cozy seating. Numerous styles exist for these pits, so you can find one that perfectly complements the rest of your property’s aesthetic. Allow users to control gas fire pits with a timer. This also ensures that it will not stay on all night when people head home.

Could Fencing be That Finishing Touch?

A fence around your commercial property does more than just add an attractive flourish to the edges of your beautiful green space. It also adds some security. Wood or metal? Security, aesthetics, or both? Your landscape designer will help you choose a fence that flows well with your overall look.

A Water Fixture Takes Your Space to the Next Level

Ponds and fountains are calming and eye-catching features. People can gather around and enjoy the soothing sound of running water. Worried about keeping up with this substantial addition? Leave it to your landscaper who will include fountain maintenance in the regular maintenance plan.

Partner with the Right Landscape Provider

From start to finish, design to regular maintenance, Yellowstone Landscape offers first-class commercial landscaping services. Get in touch with our team today by calling 407.512.5714. We look forward to working together to achieve the ultimate look for your property.

 

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Great Commercial Landscaping Starts with a Great Account Manager

When you hire a commercial landscape company to care for your property, there could be up to a dozen different specialties that have a role in your landscape’s success. 

Here’s a list of some of the different positions that are part of our landscape maintenance teams:
1. Crew Leader
2. Mow Crew Team Member
3. Detail Crew Team Member
4. Irrigation Technician
5. Spray Application Technician
6. Landscape Designer
7. Arborist
8. Business Development Manager
9. Branch Manager
10. Office Manager
11. Accounting Technician
…and last, but certainly not least….
12. Account Manager

Out of all these different roles, responsibilities, and specialists, why is the Account Manager the key to a great looking commercial landscape? 

Imagine an Olympic rowing team for a moment. Can you see them all paddling in unison, gliding along the water? It looks so effortless, doesn’t it?

It looks so easy because there’s a guy (or gal) at the front of the boat, calling out instructions - keeping them all in line. Their job is to make sure their team is working together to get from start to finish as quickly, and as smoothly, as possible. If even one team member is out of sync, the whole boat will be thrown into chaos, and the race will be lost.

Your Account Manager is the guy (or gal) at the front of the boat, calling out the instructions.

Account Managers don’t have a specific list of tasks in their job description.

They know how to mow the grass and prune the shrubs, but you rarely see them on a mower or with shears in their hands.

They know how to design flower displays and how to optimize an irrigation system, but you won’t usually find them planting annuals or adjusting sprinkler heads.

That’s because more important than knowing how to do all these tasks themselves, they need to be able to teach others how to do all the things that keep a landscape looking its best.

In fact, if you really think about it, the Account Manager’s job could be summed up with this simple instruction: “Make sure your people are happy.”  Sounds easy, but it’s remarkably difficult.

It’s hard because Account Managers have two groups of people that they always need to keep happy. First, they are responsible for hiring, scheduling, and overseeing the work of their service crews. Their service teams must be organized, outfitted, and supervised every day.  They need the right gear to get their jobs done safely and efficiently. They need crystal clear instructions to make sure they are doing the work in the way we’ve committed to doing it.

The second group of people Account Managers need to keep happy is the Client. Clients need to be informed about when their properties are going to be serviced, and what we’ll be doing when we get there. Clients need to be reassured that any problem areas are being taken care of, and that we’re living up to the promises we’ve made in our service agreement. Account Managers (the really good ones, at least) become trusted members of their Clients’ team, ready to jump in and help at a moment’s notice, no matter what time of day or night.

At Yellowstone Landscape, we’re fortunate to have a great group of Account Managers. We’re not all perfect, and we certainly make mistakes from time to time. But we’re always training and striving to get better.

With spring’s arrival, this year’s training sessions and workshops are coming to an end. It’s time for our Account Managers to get back out in the field and manage our clients’ landscapes through the tough spring and summer growing seasons.

So remember, the next time you see a great looking commercial landscape, thanks should go straight to the guy (or gal) at the front of the boat, keeping their team in sync. It’s a lot harder than it looks.

 

Photo Credit: Joe Brunton, via Wikimedia Commons

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Secrets of an Effective HOA Landscape Maintenance Committee

HOAs.

Love them or loathe them, more than 68 million Americans now live in community associations.

Most residents (87% according to CAI) report being satisfied with the job that their association does to maintain their home’s value. However, in spite of our best efforts, the image most often associated with a monthly HOA meeting is a very vocal, very dissatisfied resident arguing with the members of the Board.

Any guesses about the topic most likely to be at the center of that argument?

Ding, ding, ding. If you said “landscaping”, you’re 100% correct.

And that’s exactly why it’s critically important that your HOA has an effective Landscape Maintenance Committee in place.

Regardless of the size of your community’s common areas, or the dollar amount of your HOA’s landscape maintenance budget, a committee formed with the sole purpose of watching over your landscape(and your commercial landscape contractor) is a huge asset to your association.

 

Structure

Landscape maintenance committees are typically assembled as a “standing” committee, meaning that they will regularly meet to handle ongoing tasks.  For a specific, landscaping-related project, especially one with a significant price tag attached to it, like a large-scale rejuvenation and replanting project, you may wish to consider forming a special “ad hoc” committee, which only exists for the duration of that project.

While landscape maintenance committees aren’t required to include a member of the elected HOA board, having an elected community leader in the group will create a more effective committee. Including a Board Member will help the committee stay within its defined responsibilities, and keep it from being pulled off task by other volunteer members coming to the group with their own agendas and aesthetic preferences.

The size of the committee can vary widely, but for even the largest communities there is rarely a need for more than 5 members in a landscape maintenance committee. Members of the committee are free to contribute as much time as their schedules allow, but the most effective committees will hold formal meetings where they discuss their findings, outside of the monthly HOA Board meeting. If volunteers can’t commit the time that will be needed, it’s best to keep the group smaller and filled with only the most engaged members.

 

Responsibilities

Your landscape maintenance committee should be created by your elected Board with an explicit purpose to execute a specific set of duties. Committees operate best when given a defined set of tasks for which they are responsible each month.  While they don’t have the authority to act without the Board’s approval, they are still very important to the association, especially when you consider that for most community associations, landscaping and grounds maintenance is the largest annually budgeted expense.

Some of the responsibilities often assigned to Landscape Committees include:

  • Creating recommendations for the Board on landscaping improvements within the community.
  • Communicating with representatives from the community’s landscape maintenance provider.
  • Inspecting the work performed by the community’s landscape maintenance provider.
  • Suggesting additions and amendments to the community’s landscape maintenance program.
  • Evaluating RFP responses, checking references, and conducting contractor interviews when selecting a new commercial landscape maintenance provider for the community.
  • Providing monthly summary updates to the Board on landscaping and grounds maintenance issues.

 

While a landscape maintenance committee doesn’t remove the ultimate responsibility for the appearance of the community’s landscape from the Board, an effective landscape committee can certainly make the Board’s job much easier.

 

For more ideas on HOA Committees, this article from First Service Residential is a great resource.

Photo image credit: Pixabay

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Not Feeling the Love from Your Landscape Contractor? Here’s How to Fix That.

Does this sound familiar to you?

“When they started, it was great. But over time, it’s like they just stopped caring. And now they’ve had so much turnover, I don’t even know who to call anymore.”


You hired a landscape company thinking it was going to be different this time. They talked a good game in the sales process, but now you’re just not feeling the love anymore.

We run into this problem all the time with prospective clients. You’ve been burned before, so your natural response is to be skeptical that we’ll be any different than the last landscape company (or the one before that... or the one before that). We understand. And you’re right to ask the question:

Six months down the road, when I’m not a new client anymore - when the sales guy has moved on to the next deal - am I still gonna be feeling the love from Yellowstone, or am I gonna be right back where I am today?

 

Here’s how we answer that:

Let’s start by acknowledging that there are a lot of reasons that a vendor-client partnership can go south: repeated service failures, personality conflicts, personnel changes, just to name a few.

But nothing is as damaging to a vendor-client partnership as when a vendor allows their client to stop feeling important.

You don’t get responses back from the vendor as quickly as you used to (or at all). Your weekly email updates stop. Your monthly property walks get rescheduled constantly. Routine preventative maintenance checks are replaced by frantic calls when something is broken.

As a client, you stop feeling important when your vendor stops communicating with you.

Because we understand that, this is how we handle our communication with our clients. We create weekly, monthly, and annual touchpoints to help measure how our clients feel about the services we’re performing for them over time.

Weekly. Every client is assigned a dedicated Account Manager. You’ll have their cell phone number and email, so you’ll always be able to reach them if you need anything. Every week your Account Manager and Branch Manager meet to discuss, in detail, everything that’s going on with your property. If there are any open issues, that’s when they’ll figure out how and when they’re going to fix them. Then they’ll relay the solution and the timeline to you. Some clients ask for formal reports each week, other prefer a short email on Friday afternoons. We tailor our communication methods to meet your schedule. What’s important is that you have the information you need. How we get that information to you is up to your personal preference.

Monthly. After the contract is signed, our salesperson doesn’t just shake your hand and run off to chase the next contract. For many clients, he or she will be in touch every month to check in and see how things are going. It might just be a phone call, a quick meeting in your office, or a lunch – whatever works best for your schedule. We want to make sure that our service teams are doing the things that were promised, and if we start to slip in any area, we want you to know that we’ll do all we can to make it right, as quickly as possible.

Annually. We send out a brief, but insightful survey to all of our clients every year. Our corporate Client Services team will send you a link to an online survey to measure how happy you are with our services. When all the responses are in, our company President and the entire Executive Team dedicate time to review every single response. If they see anything in your survey that tells them we’ve got an unhappy customer, they’ll be on the phone immediately with your Account Manager and their Branch Manager to see that it gets resolved.

So, if you currently find yourself not feeling appreciated by your current landscape contractor, start by defining a clear communication schedule. Bringing back that loving feeling may not be as simple as setting a recurring event on your calendar, but it’s a good start.

 

We began a recent post with the quote, “Consistently Communicate that you are Competent and you Care.” When your vendor starts their service philosophy from this mindset, it’s much easier to believe them when they say they’re going to be different than your last vendor, or the one before that.

If you’re ready for a competent, caring landscape partner, schedule a meeting with your local Yellowstone Landscape Professional. We’d love to meet you.

 

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Landscaping and Brand Image - What Is Your Curb Appeal Saying to Potential Customers?

Curb appeal is important for any business. Whether you have an apartment complex, office building or a public institution, you want to convey the right image to everyone driving by.

You don’t want people to steer clear of your organization because your landscape has fallen into a state of disarray. Consider what an outsider would think of your building just from looking at the surrounding property. Is it eye-catching? Is it representative of your business standards?

Following are some questions to consider when it comes to your office’s curb appeal.

What is Our “Personality”?

Many business owners have difficulty figuring out what kind of aesthetic they should go with for their property’s landscape. An easy place to start is with your company culture. A whimsical company may consider something outside the box and colorful. A more traditional firm might go for something clean cut and neutral. Whatever your culture, understand that a messy, unstructured landscape might inadvertently convey a lack of quality control to others.

Have You Considered Outdoor Meeting Areas?

Some businesses need to be straightforward and conduct all business inside. However, you should think about whether your company could benefit from some outdoor seating areas. Office buildings can promote a renewing lunch break for their employees by including some tables amongst shaded foliage. Corporate properties can welcome clients and guests with meeting spots on patios and in courtyards. Some other amenities to consider include umbrellas for shade and decorative fountains.

Does Your Landscape Work With or Against Signage?

While a properly maintained landscape is important, it is also vital that potential customers are able to see your business’s sign. It is possible to find plants that work well to complement any signage. Placing a sign in a flower bed delivers a bright and vibrant first impression for your company. Remember, you want the landscaping around your sign to be well maintained and not overgrown.

What’s Good for the Entire Year?

You don’t want the front of your property to only be attractive for half the year. You want something that is going to be manageable all year round. This means employing the proper maintenance practices for the season you’re in. For example, in cold weather, ensuring all your walkways are kept free of ice. A reliable landscape provider will offer a maintenance schedule that meets your needs in every season.
Every square foot of your property is a chance to create a positive impression for your business.

Yellowstone Landscape can help you achieve the perfect aesthetic to fit your business needs. Contact our team by calling 407.512.5714 today.

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Notes from our 2017 Leadership Forum

“You must Consistently Communicate that you are Competent and you Care.”

That’s what leadership expert John Spence calls “The 4 C’s of Trust”. And that awesomely simple sentence was just one of the many remarkable takeaways from our company’s 2017 Leadership Forum.

Last week, leaders from across our Yellowstone Landscape branches came together for three days of focus, fellowship, and fun. There were open, honest discussions about what we did well in 2016 and where we will improve in 2017. There were important lessons shared among friends and colleagues over lunches and dinners. There were moments of congratulations as we recognized the special successes of our 3 award-winning branches.

Here are a few of the highlights and lessons our leaders are taking back to their teams this week:

The week began with a State of the Company keynote from our CEO, Tim Portland, where we heard that our strategy remains the same as it’s always been:

Our goal is to be the best commercial landscaping company in the southern United States. And we define ‘best’ by measuring our performance in our five pillars of operational excellence: Safety, Customer Service Excellence, Financial Responsibility, Growth, and Team Building.”

We listened to the voice of our customers, as our EVP, Bill Dellecker, reviewed the results of our recently completed annual customer survey. While in many areas our customers told us we were doing a great job, when we analyze the results more deeply, we’ve found areas we can improve. Thank you to all of our customers who took the time to help us serve you better.

The highlight for most of our team was the workshop presented by international business leadership expert John Spence, where he shared his thoughts on the keys to excellence in customer service. His concept of “extreme client focus” has been a part of our company’s culture for a number of years, but through his workshop many of our branch leaders now have long lists of actionable items they will implement to make sure they’re serving our customers well.

Finally, there are three of our branches that are proudly displaying some new trophies in their offices this week.

Our first award given out was our Client Engagement Award, presented to the Charleston, SC Landscape Maintenance team. This award recognizes the branch location that had the highest scores on our annual client survey and has consistently served their clients well throughout the previous year.

The next award was presented to our North Houston Landscape Maintenance team; our Emerging Branch of the Year. The award recognizes their rapid year over year growth and the quality of service they are providing to all their clients.

Lastly, some special congratulations to our Branch of the Year for 2016, Houston Tree Care Services. Our Tree Care team in Houston had an amazing 2016, serving more than two thousand clients in the greater Houston area. Tree services are potentially a dangerous business, but our Houston Tree Care Team has proven that you can work safely and efficiently; in fact, those things go hand in hand.

After a special few days together, our branch leaders return home with a laser focus on providing customer service excellence in 2017 and with a clear definition of what Leadership means at Yellowstone Landscape:

“Leadership is driving ideas and changes to make improvements in important results.”

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5 Commercial Landscape Trends for 2017

2017 presents an opportunity to reflect on your business and see where you can improve. One area you don't want to overlook is your landscape. Think about the last time you had some maintenance done on the property.

Here are a few trends poised to be very popular in the coming year. See if any of these trends spark your interest:

1. Bold
With so many landscaping options available these days, there is no reason to settle for the ordinary. Your commercial lawn can make a statement. Fully express what your company is all about while conveying overall brand image. Feel free to push the boundaries and go for something that is incredibly distinctive. When patrons look back on their time at your property, they are going to remember it.

2. Bright
In the past few years, bright colors have dominated landscaping conversations. One trend that is certain to make a splash in 2017 is the frequent decision to pair opposite colors. In the past, commercial managers would stick with colors that were fairly close together, such as red and pink. Now, commercial landscape owners are discovering the advantages of pairing colors that are complimentary, such as yellow and purple.

3. Contemporary
With many companies pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation, the same philosophy is being applied to landscapes. Contemporary designs include stacked layers and clean lines. Steel and glass are more frequently used in construction. This makes properties look right at home in the 21st century.

4. Versatile
Versatility is one of the most important aspects a landscape can have. It is great if you can effortlessly transform your commercial lawn into a quiet retreat during the fall, and a cheerful hosting space during the spring and summer. Perhaps your green space furnishings include shade and umbrellas during hotter months, and attractive patio heaters during cold months.

Likewise, your landscaping doesn't have to look barren in winter. A landscape maintenance provider understands which plants will stay attractive year-round. And potted plants can easily be moved or changed out temporarily to meet current needs.

5. Eco-Friendly
Commercial property owners look for ways to reduce impact on the environment. Consider opting for LED outdoor lighting or installing a newer, more efficient irrigation system. Going green also means creating a landscape that is well-suited for wildlife so that birds and other innocuous critters maintain a natural habitat, without feeling like pests.


These trends can be a fantastic jumping off point if you are ready for professional landscape design. Yellowstone Landscape can help manage and maintain your commercial landscape space. Give our expert team a call at 407.512.5714 to get started.

 

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6 from 2016 - Our Year in Review

With Christmas now past, we’re all eager to turn the calendar to a brand new year. But before we do that here at Yellowstone Landscape HQ, we wanted to take a few moments to revisit 6 big events that we shared with you in 2016.

Safety Works! Program Launches
In April, we announced the launch of our Safety Works! program. This program features team members out on our front line who are “caught in the act” of working safely. Since launching, we’ve recognized dozens of our Landscape Pros and rewarded them for keeping themselves, their colleagues, and our customers safe.

Lucky Number 13
In June, our industry trade magazines published their annual listing of the largest companies in the country. We were ranked number 13 this year, up two spots from where we’d been for the past two years. Growth is exciting for us, but it wouldn’t be possible without the hundreds of clients who trust us to care for their landscape service needs.

Why We Decided to Join Instagram
Instagram’s become the fastest growing and most popular social media platforms over the past few years. We’ve always tried to keep a presence on the social platforms relevant for our clients, and Instagram seemed a natural place for us to share the hundreds of great photos we’ve accumulated over the years. While we’re still figuring things out and building our following, we have really enjoyed all the support from those of you who’ve checked out what we’ve been sharing on our Instagram profile.

Yellowstone Landscape Brings Home 3 National Landscape Awards
Having our work recognized by our industry is always a thrill for us. We’ve been fortunate to have several of our clients’ properties earn Awards of Excellence from our national trade association. In 2016, three properties were presented with national awards. The Cane Island Amenity Village earned honors in the Landscape Installation category, while World Golf Village was recognized in Landscape Maintenance. The Swan and Dolphin Resort was given the awards program’s highest honor, a Grand Award, for Landscape Maintenance.

On 1000 Followers
In November, our company LinkedIn page passed a major milestone – 1000 followers, something we never expected when the year began. A year ago we had just over 300 followers, and most of those were employees. The interest that so many of you have taken in our company this year is truly humbling. We’ll strive to create more and better content to share with you in 2017.

Own It
This was an absolutely amazing honor to end a remarkable year in the history of Yellowstone Landscape. Our industry’s leading trade magazine, Lawn & Landscape, wrote a feature cover story about our firm for their December year-end edition. They did a great job telling our story, highlighting how we are a company built from the collaboration of several successful companies and owners, who have come together to create a company that offers comprehensive landscape services across the South.

2016 was filled with some great moments, but as we turn the page to 2017, we can’t help but feel very excited about all that is to come for us in the New Year.

Thank you all for being a part of our story in 2016. Without our clients, employees, vendors, and supporters, Yellowstone would not be able to deliver our mission:
Creating premier properties.
Building lasting relationships.

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Houston Branches Celebrate Seasonal Employees’ Contributions

Our Houston branches recently came together to celebrate the valuable contributions made by our seasonal employees, before they return home for the winter off-season.

The event was a joint effort between our Landscape Maintenance and our Landscape Construction teams, and was hosted at our Central Houston branch location. More than 200 of our Landscape Professionals were honored at the luncheon, which included a traditional menu of fajitas and rice. The chefs for the day were Jim Sivils, Regional VP, Jon Richardson, VP of Construction, and Andy Reeves, Branch Manager.

In addition to the great food and fellowship, we awarded raffle prizes to several lucky employees, including sports gear, music players, a TV, gift cards, and one very special cash prize.

“We normally have a Christmas Party for our workforce in mid-December. These parties did not include the H-2B Visa workers as the latest seasonal exit dates are earlier than that”, said Jon Richardson, VP of Construction. “This year we wanted to include everyone that is out there driving our success and growth.”

We are proud to acknowledge our seasonal workforce’s role in our company and wish them all a safe journey home and a happy holiday season spent with their families. Until next spring, we say, “Gracias por su servicio.”

Yellowstone Landscape has participated in the H-2B Visa program for the past 20 years to staff vitally important peak season labor positions in our company that cannot be filled by the locally available workforce. Working in partnership with our national trade association, NALP, we seek to educate lawmakers and the public on the importance of this gust worker program for the landscape industry. Approximately 80% of the seasonal workers we employ will return to their positions in the spring, as the growing season begins, and remain with us until the fall when growth slows and their services are no longer necessary. This program allows us to preserve and create more full time positions for our American Landscape Professionals, and thereby serve our clients more effectively.

For more information about the H-2B program, including a 2-minute video explaining the program and an infographic that details the application process, please visit h2bworkforcecoalition.com.

 

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On 1000 Followers

Our LinkedIn company page recently hit a major milestone, passing 1000 followers. We are absolutely humbled that so many of you have taken an interest in our firm and the content we share. The last eighteen months have seen many exciting and positive changes for us as a company, and we’ve enjoyed sharing them with you.

From the beginning, we’ve viewed our blog and social media channels as an extension of how we serve our clients. One of our core beliefs is that our clients deserve regular, thoughtful communication. We feel it’s our responsibility to make sure that our clients know what we’re doing and why we’re doing it.

Since it’s also the time of year when we’re starting to look ahead to 2017, it seems appropriate to pause and reflect about what types of updates we provide, and to ask you, what else would you like us to share in the coming months?

Over the past year, we’ve tried to create posts that would serve two primary purposes:

  1. We write and share original articles that we hope are of value to our clients and prospective clients - property management and commercial real estate professionals.
  2. We publish news and updates about what’s happening inside our company and our industry, including the events we attend and the causes we support.

In 2017, we’re going to work even harder to create more original articles to help our clients and prospective clients fully understand the valuable services that commercial landscaping companies, like us, offer. We’ll dive a little deeper into some of the best practices we employ in our landscape service operations, and explain how those processes benefit our clients.

We’ll also share more updates about what’s happening inside our company. As we continue our rapid growth and expand to new service areas, we meet people who are curious about our firm. They want to know what we stand for, and what makes us different than the other commercial landscaping firms they’ve worked with before.

We’ll also continue to highlight our employees and shine a light on their achievements. We’re blessed to work with more than 1800 of the most talented Landscape Professionals in the country, and we’re excited to share their stories with you.

So that’s a little about what we’re planning for next year, but now we’d like to hear from you.

  • What are the landscaping topics you’d like to see us cover in greater detail?
  • What advice, suggestions, or resources can we offer to make you more effective as a property management or commercial real estate professional?
  • What about Yellowstone Landscape, or commercial landscaping companies in general, would you like to know more about?

Please offer your comments and suggestions on our blog, or you can add your comments to the LinkedIn post for this article.

If you’d prefer, you can also send me your thoughts privately This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. I promise to respond to each message. I will use your feedback to make our content even better and more useful in the coming months.

Finally, to the more than 1000 of you out there that have chosen to follow our updates on LinkedIn, “Thank you!”

It’s truly an honor to have you on the journey with us.

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