Month: January 2014

My Day Cooking for The Dwelling Place

My Day Cooking for The Dwelling Place There are not too many days that move me as yesterday did. I had the opportunity to take part in an even sponsored by The Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County ( , an organization that Allentuck Landscaping Co. has been active in for many years. The event was to work with The Campus Kitchens Project at the Universities at Shady Grove ( to


Benefits for Your Landscape Compliments of the Polar Vortex.

From Lawn and landscape Magazine: Some good news for Maryland landscapes – there is a benefit to be gained from the polar vortex! Say adios to some bad pests.  One upside to the deep freeze INDUSTRY NEWS Experts say the extreme cold temeperatures are a chance to kill off invasive species. | January 9, 2014 Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on pinterest_shareShare on linkedinShare on emailShare on print While some people were


You Deserve A Little Paradise

You Need A Deserve Paradise    Wow. What a crazy few days it has been. What was supposed to be just an arctic clipper with less just a dusting of snow predicted developed into 6-10″ of fluffy white snow, another arctic vortex (has anyone even heard of such a thing before this winter?) brought temperatures in the teens, and more school closings and delays! It is enough to make you