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
Where are you going this summer? Wherever it may be, hitting the road doesn’t mean your garden has to suffer. Taking a few simple steps can help your garden thrive even when you’re away.
There was a big reward for those who were not discouraged by the pessimistic weather forecast and came out for “A Day in Our Village” at Scoville Park on June 7th.
The sun broke through, it actually began feeling like June, and the 42nd annual version of the event was yet another reminder of the wonderful, diverse organizations and people in our community.
As we have done for several years now, we were pleased last week to host the Forest Park Chamber of Commerce & Development’s annual meeting. Among other features, there was a silent auction fundraiser and a variety of outstanding menu items from our community’s terrific lineup of restaurants.
When people think about lawncare, inevitably one of the tasks that comes to mind is mowing the lawn. There's no question that you should do it, if you want a healthy turf. But how often should you do it?
Gone are the days when people only ventured to their backyards to mow the lawn, water their plants, or clean up after their dog.
Today, it is becoming increasingly popular to view the outdoor space as an extension of the home, unifying the interior comforts with the raw beauty of nature.