Chris Lee

President, Earthworks

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Chris Lee is President of Dallas, Texas-based Earthworks, which specializes in multifamily housing landscaping. He is a contributing author to Landscape Management magazine, licensed irrigation specialist and a Toro Intellisense certified technician. Chris studied business at the University of Arkansas from 1990-94 and horticulture and landscape design at Tarrant County College from 1999-01. He has been employed at Earthworks since 1998.

7 Landscaping Tips to Prep Your Property for Spring

Letting the landscape sit idle during the off-season is the last thing a property management team should allow. Here are 7 landscaping tips for property managers during the winter months to prepare the property for spring.

3 Tips for Creating Outdoor Living Spaces

If created with a little landscape licensing, one or several outdoor amenities can create a community within itself, turning a grassy flat spot into the heart and soul of an apartment community.

Seasonal Landscaping Tips: Fall Cleanup for Apartment Properties

The seasonal burst of color has started in many areas of the country, and with the spectacular displays come one seasonal rite of passage – fall leaf cleanup. With a little planning, fall leaf cleanup can be minimized. And at the same time, the landscape will maintain a cleaner, healthier look for much of the season.

Water Conservation Tips for Apartment Properties: Cycle and Soak Irrigation Systems

Property managers are continually irrigating with narrowing watering windows to keep landscapes healthy and green but that doesn’t stop potential run off from sprinklers or over saturation of an area of the landscape. Turns out watering a little bit at a time with the cycle and soak method is much more effective and eco-friendly.

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