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Bullfrog Tadpoles

Embracing Bullfrog Tadpoles in Aquascape Ponds:Benefits and BeyondAquascape ecosystem ponds are complete, self-sustaining ecosystems that rely on a delicate balance of flora and fauna to thrive. While many pond enthusiasts might be wary of bullfrog tadpoles due to their potential to grow into voracious predators, these amphibian larvae play a valuable role in maintaining the ecological equilibrium of your water feature.

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Koi Fun Facts

Discovering the Beauty of Koi: Fascinating Facts for Ornamental Fish Pond EnthusiastsKoi, with their stunning colors and graceful movements, embody elegance and serenity in ornamental fish ponds. These captivating and revered fish have a rich history rooted in Japanese culture and are prized for their beauty, longevity, and symbolism. Dive into the enchanting world of koi with these fun facts that illuminate their unique characteristics and behaviors, adding a touch of wonder to your aquatic...

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Winter Slumber: Turtles in Aquascape Ponds

Winter Slumber:  Red-Eared Slider Turtles Hibernating in Aquascape Ecosystem PondsEvery year as winter approaches and temperatures drop, the natural world undergoes a transformation. One fascinating aspect of this seasonal change is how our red-eared slider turtles, popular inhabitants of Aquascape ecosystem ponds, prepare for winter through a process called hibernation. In this blog, we will explore the intriguing behavior of red-eared slider turtles as they enter a state of dormancy in...

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Attracting Dragonflies to Your Pond

Enhancing Your Aquascape Ecosystem Pond in Zone 6: Plants That Attract DragonfliesCreating a thriving ecosystem around your Aquascape pond is not only visually appealing but also beneficial for maintaining a balanced and healthy environment. Dragonflies are not only beautiful to watch but also serve as natural predators, helping to control mosquito populations and balance the aquatic ecosystem. In Zone 6, selecting the right plants can make a significant difference in attracting these...

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Does Your Patio Need a Facelift?

Bring Your Patio Back to LifeJust like everything else in life--our health, our cars, our home--a little maintenance or a complete overhaul, goes a long way.  Your outdoor living space is no different.  After years of wear and tear, leaves and debris, maybe even some weeds and ants, your patio no longer looks like it did when it was first installed.  We have the solution!

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Please Nominate Us!

It's that time of year again, and we would appreciate it if you would nominate our company under the SERVICES category for best LAWN CARE/LANDSCAPING COMPANY in the Tri-State area, but only if you truly believe that we are one of the best at what we do.

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FEATURED IN LOCAL MAGAZINE

Home Design (Page 38)Enjoying the great outdoors includes your own backyard...We are very excited to be featured in the 2023 Spring Edition of At Home Places Magazine.  This is a complimentary magazine that is distributed throughout the Tri-State Area of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. 

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WEEKLY TIPS - March '23 Week #4

The Benefits of WaterAre you looking for an easy way to beautify your yard without having to invest a lot of time or tons of money?Aquascape Spillway Bowls are featured above.READ MORE

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MAHTS IS BACK!

What is MAHTS?MAHTS stands for the Mid-Atlantic Hardscaping Trade Show, and it takes place in Atlantic City, New Jersey.  The last time EP Henry hosted this trade show in Atlantic City was in 2015.  We wil

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Looks Like We Made It!

Once again, we were blessed to have several of our projects chosen to be featured in the 2023 EP Henry Product Catalog.  If you follow us on Facebook or Instagram, you probably saw our social media posts of the photoshoot with Andrew Ludewig and Matt Basara from EP Henry in early August 2022.  They photographed and shot video at several locations throughout Washington County, Maryland, as follows:

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