Putting your home on the market this year? While updating and upgrading the interior is important to maximize value, don’t overlook one of the best investments you can make: landscaping.
One of the hot trends in the horticultural field is turning small spaces into green spaces.
This is partly generational, as Gen Ys and Millennials seem to be yearning for that connection to the outdoors and nature. They want to dig in, get their hands dirty, and reap some sort of tangible benefit from their labor.
In small spaces, balconies, or urban locations, container gardens are an excellent way of maximizing the small amount of space you have and making it “green.”
Initiative sparked by McAdam President Scott McAdam’s passion for organization's nearly century-long impact across the globe
When people hire McAdam Landscaping for a landscape installation between now and May 1st, they will be bolstering an array of global philanthropic causes.
Snow and ice are hazardous to humans and dogs alike, with salt and calcium chloride two of the more common paths to preventing slips and falls. However, both have limits and drawbacks to consider.
It’s the last week of fall—even if the weather has been behaving more like the first week of the season. Soon enough, winter will be here, according to the calendar as well as the temperature.
With that in mind, do you ever wonder why your evergreens aren’t so green in the winter months? Or why you start spring with struggling or dying plants?
As in years past, when Mother Nature cooperates and gives us extended pleasant weather, our Nursery & Garden Center has remained open beyond October 31st.
It’s eerie, sometimes, how time flies and that is especially true when considering that the annual McAdam Pumpkin Party is almost here once again.
On Saturday, October 24th, the McAdam Nursery & Garden Center at 2001 Des Plaines Ave. in Forest Park will provide a variety of fun activities, free treats and more for the entire family.
Last week, we unveiled an exciting program that will benefit the Rotary Foundation--and all of the causes that it supports.
Here's how we introduced it through the local media:
"Soon, when people hire McAdam Landscaping for a landscape installation, they will be bolstering an array of global philanthropic causes.
Despite a recent surge in heat and humidity, we have had a few hints of the fall season coming up on us. That raises a question: what does a proactive landscaping approach look like this time of year?
The answer: plant large trees and evergreens.
We have experienced some major environmental stresses on soil this season: heavy rains during spring and early summer, then