Preventative Maintenance Spraying of Trees and Shrubs
Yearly scheduled treatments of Dormant Oil is recommended during the late winter months, when plants and trees are dormant, we spray dormant oil or horticultural oil to control insects on everything from fruit trees to lilacs. We then spray Insecticide in summer months June/July which is the summer preventative application and is a combination of insecticide, miticide and fungicide to ensure the continued health of your landscape when bagworms and insects begin to populate your trees and shrubs
Spring Deep Root Fertilization of Trees and Shrubs
Your trees and shrubs are a growing investment that should increase in beauty and value with each passing season. Root Feeding your trees and shrubs at least once per year is good preventative maintenance. It helps reduce many types of stress that weaken plants. Root Feeding scheduled on a regular basis helps improve and protect your growing landscape investment.
Landscape Design for new construction and existing homes
No job to big or small if it is new Landscape design, or just needing to add color to existing landscape, or a complete removal of shrubs and re-design.
Landscape Digital Design
We offer Digital Pictures of your future landscape design project, with these pictures you can see what your landscaping will look like before installed
Hydroseeding is definitely the most economical choice for establishing the growing results
desired without the expense, time consumption, material costs or installation demands
of sodding or traditional hand seeding methods.
Hydroseeding typically costs 50-80% less than the price of sod
, and coupled with labor charges, the overall expenses associated with
sodding can be astronomical. With the savings in material costs and installation expenses,
a lawn could be fully established for half the price of sod. The savings that can be achieved
when comparing the square footage costs are the same savings that are getting passed on
to the client’s bottom-line.
The lawn quality that hydroseeding affords is much healthier, greener and longer lasting
than sodding or hand seeding applications.
The root establishment is grown deeper into the
soil and avoids the shock of being transplanted into foreign soils
, which is what occurs with
sod methods. Hydroseeding typically yields superior results the first time it is installed
and the seeds are more resistant to external problems because it has been adjusted to its
present soil conditions.
There are many reasons one would need or want a slice seeding service. Athletic fields, thin lawns, lawns that were attacked by insects or fungus, and the list goes on. The major benefit in slice seeding over conventional seeding is that you get direct seed to soil contact. When you overseed a lawn, broadcasting seed across the surface is a good idea in trying to thicken your lawn. However, you need to have good contact with the soil for the seed to germinate. Slice seeding slices into the soil with steel blades creating furrows that the seed is then dropped into. Beyond that with our slice seeding service we also apply a starter fertilizer of slow release nutrients. This is something most starter fertilizers do not contain. The goal is to feed the plant longer than usual to further develop the plant and its roots
Retaining Walls and Walkways
Trimming of Shrubs and Small Trees
Pruning trees and shrubs is necessary to ensure they maintain their health and vigor. Trees and shrubs should be inspected annually to determine if they need to be pruned. Mature trees typically do not need to be pruned as frequently as young trees, which need pruning to establish branch structure. Trees and shrubs that go years without pruning can become overgrown and weak. In addition to promoting tree and shrub health
* Pruning removes dead or diseased branches. Pruning helps a tree or shrub maintain its shape and vigor by removing broken, dead or diseased branches that can be unsightly and make it more difficult for the tree or shrub to stay healthy. When broken, dead or diseased branches are removed, trees or shrubs look healthier and add appeal to a property.
* Pruning trees and shrubs promotes growth of other plants. Trees and shrubs that go years without being pruned become overgrown, making it difficult for plants underneath or adjacent to them to grow in healthy.
Landscape beds are sometimes more difficult to maintain in a weed-free condition, because they contain a wider variety of plants than the lawn. Lawn weed killers are generally broad-leaf herbicides, which means they kill broad-leafed plants (dicots) that are not grasses (monocots). That makes sense for ridding a lawn of weeds. That makes weed control in landscape beds a trickier proposition, best accomplished using a multi-pronged approach.