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The Sunrise Scoop- Seasonal Landscaping News and Tips
Our E-Newsletter goes out in early Spring, Summer, and Fall. The latest news and scheduling Seasonal Tips and Reminders ‘Ask Adam’ Questions and Answers Seasonal Services Offered
2016 E-Newsletter Spring Landscaping Trends - Dogscaping Ask Adam- see on your website, that you are an ICPI Certified Installer. What does that mean? Fall Fireplace vs Firepit Ask Adam - How long will it take for my new perennials to fill in? 2015 E-Newsletter Spring The ROI on Landscaping Ask Adam- A big buck scraped his antlers on my tree this winter. Is there anything I can do, and will it survive? Fall Fall Container Extend your Gardening Season Ask Adam - Why am I seeing so many dead trees around this year?

E-Newsletter Archives

2017 Newsletter A New Location for Sunrise Gardens
2014 E-Newsletter Spring Frost Heaving & Winter Damage to Plants Ask Adam -  How well do concrete pavers hold up over time? Summer Landscape and Garden Trends - Fire Elements and Edible Landscaping Summer New Plant Care Ask Adam - Why are my yews brown and are they dead? Fall Fall Services Planting Bulbs Ask Adam - How can I avoid getting water in my basement this Winter and next Spring?
2018 After a very long year, we were ready for the (relatively) restful winter season. Last winter, we repainted trucks and repaired machines in our small shop at home. This winter we built a new shop out at the nursery that will fit our bigger trucks and machines. We will then convert the small nursery building to an office. We faced some big challenges this year. It was the busiest year since the recession for jobs, and the hardest year to find employees with the labor shortage. It also turned out to be a very wet year. We lost weeks of work to rain and battled mosquitoes, wasps, and weeds all summer and fall.  In Spring we dug some nursery stock and added a good sized irrigated yard. We were able to grow quite a few of our own plants this year, and will be adding more every year. This fall we built a hoophouse for overwinter storage. Next year we will be starting some propagation. The early cold and snow this fall put an abrupt end to the landscaping season, but it also allowed Adam a brief rest before switching gears to buildings. By Spring, we should be ready to go and even more efficient with the new spaces. Adam has projects booked up into summer, and if all goes well we will have another busy and productive year!

Industry Changes for 2018

New OSHA Regulations on Silica Dust Last Fall, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) began enforcing a new regulation of respirable levels of crystalline silica for workers. The purpose of the new standard is to reduce the amount of breathable silica dust workers are exposed to. Employers are now required to…MORE

Ask Adam

Q. Why is it so difficult to get projects done on the lake?   A. We have done many projects on the area lakes over the years, and have a lot of experience in the process. We have a good working relationship with Walworth County, and we are usually able to get the permits needed to do projects on the lakes, as long as we play by the rules. Recently, things have changed, however. Some changes are for the better, and some for the worse, and the permit process has become very complicated… MORE
New Buildings at the Sunrise Gardens Yard
© 2019 Sunrise Gardens LLC
Our E-Newsletter goes out in early Spring, Summer, and Fall. The latest news and scheduling Seasonal Tips and Reminders ‘Ask Adam’ Questions and Answers Seasonal Services Offered
N2653 Cty C  Darien, WI 53114    (262) 882-0811     adam@sunrisegardensllc.com

E-Newsletter Archives

2016 E-Newsletter Spring Landscaping Trends - Dogscaping Ask Adam- see on your website, that you are an ICPI Certified Installer. What does that mean? Fall Fireplace vs Firepit Ask Adam - How long will it take for my new perennials to fill in? 2015 E-Newsletter Spring The ROI on Landscaping Ask Adam- A big buck scraped his antlers on my tree this winter. Is there anything I can do, and will it survive? Fall Fall Container Extend your Gardening Season Ask Adam - Why am I seeing so many dead trees around
this year? 2014 E-Newsletter Spring Frost Heaving & Winter Damage to Plants Ask Adam -  How well do concrete pavers hold up over time? Summer Landscape and Garden Trends - Fire Elements and Edible Landscaping Summer New Plant Care Ask Adam - Why are my yews brown and are they dead? Fall Fall Services Planting Bulbs Ask Adam - How can I avoid getting water in my basement this Winter and next Spring?
2018 After a very long year, we were ready for the (relatively) restful winter season. Last winter, we repainted trucks and repaired machines in our small shop at home. This winter we built a new shop out at the nursery that will fit our bigger trucks and machines. We will then convert the small nursery building to an office. We faced some big challenges this year. It was the busiest year since the recession for jobs, and the hardest year to find employees with the labor shortage. It also turned out to be a very wet year. We lost weeks of work to rain and battled mosquitoes, wasps, and weeds all summer and fall.  In Spring we dug some nursery stock and added a good sized irrigated yard. We were able to grow quite a few of our own plants this year, and will be adding more every year. This fall we built a hoophouse for overwinter storage. Next year we will be starting some propagation. The early cold and snow this fall put an abrupt end to the landscaping season, but it also allowed Adam a brief rest before switching gears to buildings. By Spring, we should be ready to go and even more efficient with the new spaces. Adam has projects booked up into summer, and if all goes well we will have another busy and productive year!

Industry Changes for 2018

New OSHA Regulations on Silica Dust Last Fall, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) began enforcing a new regulation of respirable levels of crystalline silica for workers. The purpose of the new standard is to reduce the amount of breathable silica dust workers are exposed to. Employers are now required to…MORE

Ask Adam

Q. Why is it so difficult to get projects done on the lake?   A. We have done many projects on the area lakes over the years, and have a lot of experience in the process. We have a good working relationship with Walworth County, and we are usually able to get the permits needed to do projects on the lakes, as long as we play by the rules. Recently, things have changed, however. Some changes are for the better, and some for the worse, and the permit process has become very complicated… MORE
2017 Newsletter A New Location for Sunrise Gardens
New Buildings at the Sunrise Gardens Yard
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