Fall!! In love with your yard...
Fall is undoubtedly the most effective time of year to renovate, renew or replace a lawn. Increased rains combined with cooling temperatures work together to grow green velvet. Included in a renovation is a combination of the following; weed control, moss and thatch removal, aeration, fertilizing, seeding or sod, lime and most importantly, compost rich super soil. Check out a before and after here. John, Justin, Cory and Zach are all trained professionals ready to help you, wherever you are at in the process.
Fall is an ideal time to plant, transplant, replant or just plain pant in your growing garden. The cooling temperatures will support your planting and the rains will help in their establishment. If you're a spring planter only, focus instead on improving the look of your garden by adding a thick layer of mulch and some professional edging. At the very least, stay on top of those weeds! Our gardener Erin loves all this stuff so let her know if you need help!
Out on a hedge
Fall is a great time of year to trim, shape, or even hack down your hedge. Whether it's Cedar or Leylandii Cypress; 6 feet or 26 feet tall, hedges must be consistently cared for. If you let your brother in law cut your hair perhaps he can also trim your hedge but if not, it's best to hire a professional. A trained arborist will ensure the right amount is taken off at just the right time protecting your hedge and perhaps even your bro. Our arborist Ben is certified, experienced and insured so let him know if you need his expert hand.