Mowing actually helps make your grass grow thicker because the tip of each blade contains hormones that suppress horizontal growth. When you cut the lawn, you remove these tips allowing the grass to spread and grow thicker near the roots.
Mulch is used to retain moisture in the soil, suppress weeds, keep the soil cool, prevent frost heaving in winter, as well as boost curb appeal. Organic mulches improve the soil’s structure, drainage, and nutrient holding capacity as they decompose.
Trimming promotes new healthy growth of shrubs and hedges as well as providing an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
Mechanically removing cores from the soil, aeration helps loosen soil compaction and allows air, nutrients, and new seed to reach the soil. In return, this helps promote a lush and healthy lawn.
Planting combinations of bright colorful annuals mixed in with existing dark green foliage adds outstanding beauty even to the most mundane shrub arrangements.
By hand pulling weeds and applying weed control treatments to your flowerbeds, our team will help minimize and control the weeds in your landscape on a biweekly or monthly basis.
Leaf debris can smother turf and wet matted leaves cut off the air supply to your turf and block the sunlight your grass needs to store energy for growth. Save your yard by keeping it clear of leaves.