Lowneys Landscaping

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Lowneys Landscaping
Lowneys Landscaping offers Landscaping services in Appleton WI.

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Lowneys Landscaping has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Lowneys Landscaping has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Appleton, Wisconsin is 44 and in the Landscaping Services & Supplies category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Lowney's Landscaping Center shared Wild Ones Fox Valley Area Chapter's event.
Take this opportunity to come see us at this very informative conference. Check out our newly expanded 2018 native plant offerings. In addition, we will be sharing some of our favorite pollinator container garden recipes.
The American Garden -- A Life or Death Situation As habitats disappear, American Gardens are evolving to fill th void. From a creation solely for the enjoyment of their owners, our gardens are becoming a biodiverse refuge for the native plans, pollinators, birds, butterfles and other animals with which we share the planet. Keynote speaker Neil Diboll will discuss how native landscapes that require few if any chemicals and toxins are the future landscapes of necessity. As "Joint Ventures with Nature" in our cities and suburbs, our very survival will depend upon these landscapes. Please join us to hear Neil and other native plant experts on a full rane of natural landscaping and native plant topics.
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A letter from Tyrone Brummeyer, Garden Center Manager: I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! After four amazing years with Lowney’s Landscaping Center, I have decided it is now time for me to move on. Before this month is complete, I will be stepping down as Garden Center Manager. Deb Willis, who many of you know was my predecessor, will be assuming the responsibilities of Garden Center Manager. Deb is thrilled to get back into the Garden Center full time, and she and the rest of our Garden Center staff are looking forward to providing you with the exceptional customer service you have come to expect from Lowney’s Landscaping Center. Before I depart, I would like to take a moment to extend my heartfelt thanks to the following people: to Joe Lowney for providing me with the opportunity; to Deb Willis for initially showing me the ropes, and for agreeing to accept the hand off now that I’m departing; to all of the Garden Center staff who’ve come through during my tenure and helped me achieve my goals; to all of the talented, dedicated people that make up the greater Lowney’s team that I’ve had the pleasure to work alongside; to the growers, suppliers, vendors, sales reps, advertising, and marketing professionals I’ve worked with; and finally to all of the fine customers & guests I’ve been fortunate to meet over these last four years. Working with you folks truly made all the hard work worthwhile. Thanks everyone for making my time with Lowney’s memorable and enjoyable! Best wishes, Tyrone

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Did you get a beautiful poinsettia for the holidays? Are you wondering how to keep it alive? Wonder no more, author and plant expert Tovah Martin is back with tips to help you care for those holiday plants.

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Buying a real Christmas tree is already one of the best things you can do during the holiday season. Here’s how to make your choice even better.

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Every year, the National Garden Bureau, a non-profit organization promoting the pleasures of home gardening, selects one perennial, one annual, one bulb and one edible plant to celebrate. It’s a gr…