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L&L app 2.0

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We’ve done it again! Starting right now, the newest version of our iPad and iPhone app is available in the App Store.

In 2011, we were the first magazine to bring you all our great content right to your phone and tablet, and with our January issue, we’re taking it a step further.

The new app has more interactive features, photos and sounds than before, and is custom-built by our team of in-house designers. It’s a true native app, which means you get all our content right on your tablet or phone. Think of it like upgrading from a reliable Ford F-250 to a shiny new King Ranch Super Duty.

Download it now for your iPad or iPhone.


February 1st, 2013 at 6:55 pm

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New app from L&L

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We’ve just released a new app designed to help landscape contractors and lawn care operators better benchmark their companies against their competition.

The Benchmarking Your Business Report and the companion app, both sponsored exclusively by Exmark, draw on extensive data Lawn & Landscape collected throughout the year from its national readership. Taken together, the report and app give contractors powerful tools to guide their business and plan for 2013.

The web app, an extension of the 2012 Benchmarking Your Business Report published in November, allows contractors to quickly see where they stack up against their regional and national colleagues when it comes to purchasing, rates of pay, revenue and overall scale of business.

You can access the app via any web-enabled device – your laptop, tablet or phone – at


November 13th, 2012 at 11:44 am

Weekly round-up

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Here’s our weekly collection of fun stuff from the internet. Enjoy!


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May 4th, 2012 at 2:05 pm

Cultivate your own garden

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In Candide, Voltaire counseled us to cultivate our own garden. He meant that we had to pursue physical labor, but also that we must constantly seek out new experiences and information to keep ourselves mentally fit.

In an effort to help more people do that, our parent company, GIE Media, has just announced the release of its first-ever consumer app, A Garden Life.

AGL is the brainchild of our founder and chairman, Richard Foster. He spells out the mission like this:

To create a community of consumers with shared values and interests in lifestyle subject areas such as healthy living, that includes growing and preparing clean food, contributing to community, exploring travel and adventure, art and literature, as well as having a passion for diverse aspects of nature and gardening.

We’ll publish six issues of A Garden Life this year, exclusively via iOS and Android tablets and online.

If you like the idea but don’t have a tablet yet, you can read more at the AGL website. We’re on Twitter, too

You can get the premiere issue right now on iTunes and in the Android Market. Check it out, tell your friends and let us know what you think.

(And, if in addition to running a landscape business you also like to write about gardening, send a few pitches to AGL editor Heather Tunstall.)


March 21st, 2012 at 5:28 pm

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Weekly round-up

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YEARS from Bartholomäus Traubeck on Vimeo.

Here’s our weekly digest of fun links from around the web. Hope you like them!


March 10th, 2012 at 2:51 am

New app available

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Big news from GIE Media, our parent company, this month.

We’ve just launched a new GIE Media horticulture news app for iPhones and iPads that will channel breaking news, industry updates, great new feature stories, the latest products and the hottest videos from our market and all of the other ornamental and turf markets we serve into one place.

It’s the first of its kind in the industry, and a great way to stay on top of the tremendous amount of news we’re covering every day.

If you have a iPhone or iPad and you want to stay connected, download it now. Look for the Droid version soon.


February 28th, 2012 at 11:28 am

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There’s an app for that

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Warning: This is a bit of shameless self-promotion.

When I first got my iPad, I felt like I’d been visited by the ghost of Christmas future. Not only was it shiny and new – it made a lot of the things I read and write a lot easier and more interesting.

If you haven’t already, please check out the Lawn & Landscape app. It works for Apple devices and brings our print edition content together with our breaking news feeds so you have all the best industry news all the time.

And my favorite part? It’s all free.

Thousands of landscapers have already downloaded it. You can find it here.


September 9th, 2011 at 12:52 pm