Lawn Care

We're proud to care for your entire landscape.

Our holistic approach to your outdoor environment provides a consistent balance among all your plants: lawn, trees, shrubs and garden.

We only use products and treatments that benefit both your lawn and your plants. You can be assured that we care for and protect all living things that make up your landscape.

For lawn care, timing is critical. Our full lawn care program ensures proper timing for every service. This cumulative effect is powerful, creating greener, fuller lawns during the summertime and healthier, stronger turf through seasonal dormancy periods.

For lawn care that’s integrated with your landscape, contact us today.

Lawn Care Questions

We just had an application done to our lawn. How long do we need to stay off it?

We recommend that you allow the treatment to dry completely before use of the area. This may take 1-2 hours.

For granular application only, you can resume use of the treated area immediately.

Should I water my lawn in the summer?

Northern grasses are accustomed to growing in drought conditions. When water is scarce the plant will begin to shut down and go dormant, but will recover once the rains start up again.

In the event that you decide to water your lawn, do it in the early morning hours. We recommend you do not water in the evening as this has been shown to promote fungus problems. Additionally, be sure to water each area thoroughly. Place a bowl in the watering area and see how much water the area is receiving. A good thorough watering of at least an inch of water once a week is better than infrequent shallow watering. Shallow watering encourages the roots to grow to the surface instead of growing downwards.

KIND WORDS

You are excellent! Tom took the time to explain what would be done to prune the tree. He also offered suggestions to ensure that the concrete work to replace the sidewalks would be good for the tree. Thank you. AND the guys who pruned were amazing!

Annamary S., Lancaster

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