Monthly Archives: November 2018

December landscape update from DLC

Happy holidays from DLC Resources! It’s a great time to be outside and we’ve been preparing your common areas for cool-weather enjoyment. This month, we’ll start a fall planting project. We’ll be adding 91 trees throughout the community, including Red Push, Southern Live Oak, Palo Blanco and Chinese Elm. We’re also going to start removing Read more…

MPES receives $250 grant from VCP

On Nov. 8, members of the Veterans Commemorative Plaza Committee presented Marley Park Elementary School with a $250 grant at the school’s Veterans Day assembly. The school will use the money to offset expenses for the event, which celebrates those who have served our country. This was the first grant issued by the VCP Committee. In the Read more…

Winners and photos from Homestead Harvest Festival 2018

This year’s Homestead Harvest Festival was epic. With more than 1,300 people attending Boo Bash (that’s a record for a Marley Park event!) and all of the creativity that residents put into decorating both themselves and their homes this year, Marley Park was the place to be to celebrate Halloween. It all kicked off with Read more…

November landscape update from DLC

Cooler weather has shifted DLC Resources’ focus from keeping your plants healthy through the harsh summer to preparing your landscape for the cool winter and spring. Our crews will be moving forward with seasonal pruning, the process in which we trim shrubs back to about half their size to promote flowering and regrowth in the Read more…

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