Hydro seed new lawns / patch others Lawn Mowing Lawn rolling Brush Hog service / clearing
Mulching Planting Shrubs Hedge Trimming Remove over grown shrubs Clean & Seal Decks Power Wash Siding Clean Gutters Install patios BUILD FENCES BUILD DECKS Install drainage pipe Install irrigation system Edge Lawns and Beds Spring Clean Up Service Install Gutter Guard Install Interlock Blocks Fall Clean Up Back Hoe Service Removal of bio-degradable organic material Apply weed protection control Design, build and stock Koi ponds Other Services will be considered on an individual basis
Monthly Service Planner
April Service Recommendations:
1. Spring clean up time; old leaves, fallen branches, old mulch that needs to be renewed.
2. This is the time to clean your gutters for the spring rains.
3. Give your lawn its first of a series of three weed and feed treatments. Apply lime as well.
4. If you have a problem with moles; now is the time for grub control.
5. If moss is a problem, now is the time to control it.
6. Fertilize and control broad leaf weeds.
7. Plan your garden out what will come up when and where. Make sure different plants come up at different times of the season so you can have a variety of collars and texture throughout the season.
8. Now is a good time to roll your lawn.
9. Treat your lawn for moles if you see clumps of soil through out your yard; they are after grubs.
May Service Recommendations:
The lawn is starting to grow and the temperature is fluctuating form very warm summer like days to even snow. Don't be in a hurry to set out your annual plants. It is however a good time to set a place aside in the garage for your plants during the evening hours until all danger of frost is over.
Be prepared for the lawn; don't mow to short. Leave the clippings; it is good for your soil!
Myths, facts, and advice about thatch
Myth: All thatch is bad. Fact: A thin layer of thatch 1/2 inch or less, is natural and beneficial, like a layer of mulch in a garden. Dethatch or aerate when thatch is greater than a 1/2 inch.
Myth: Leaving clippings on the lawn causes thatch. Fact: Clippings do not add to thatch. They are mostly water and contain nutrients. Thatch is composed of stems and crowns. Advice: Mow often, never removing one third of the grass height once, and leave the clippings on the lawn.
A healthy lawn stays greener longer! Water and fertilize as needed.
The weather is starting to get warmer now; make sure your lawn is watered. Water early mornings or late in the evening. This will prevent your yard from burning up from the hot sun.