Landscape Management Services SPR ING
Spring Schedule Checklist
Prune tree branches Spring Clean-up Pre-Emergent Crab Grass Control Spring fertilization Replace damaged plants
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Winter After-Care Caring for your landscape
Due to the amount of snowfall our areas received this season, lawns have been well insulated and well fed. Snow, otherwise known as “white fertilizer,” contributes nitrogen to the soil.
SPRING CLEAN UP Spring cleaning is essential to maintaining healthy lawns. Removing debris and thatch from the winter season helps fully prepare your landscape for the upcoming summer months.
PRUNING Before leaves begin sprouting, it’s important to do a visual inspection of damaged and splintered tree limbs. Once removed, the tree internally seals off the area. This is a natural process that prevents disease and insect damage.
Trees beautify your property, shade your home, and enrich the environment. Starts April 15
CRAB GRASS CONTROL Crab grass is a highly invasive plant that multiplies very rapidly in warm environments. It’s important to apply the treatment early on for the lawn to remain protected throughout the summer months.