Weekly Lawn Cutting
Weekly lawn cutting will be performed from April 1st through November 30th, weather permitting. Property will be maintained on a weekly basis with a grass height of approximately 3” to 3.5” during the growing season.
- Grass will be cut on a weekly basis and all clippings will be bagged and hauled away.
- Weekly line trimming around trees, landscape beds, and light poles.
- Weekly edging of all parking lots and walk ways.
- Weekly pick up of debris and garbage in landscape beds and around the property.
Spring/Fall Clean Up
During the Spring and Fall months, there is a definite need to prepare the lawn and landscape beds for the upcoming season.
- Spring bed clean-up will be performed in late March or April and includes debris removal, cutting down of Ornamental Grasses, trimming of Rose bushes, and cutting down any perennials that benefit from being cut down. Landscape bed edging is not included but can be added upon request.
- Fall bed clean-up will be performed in late October to November and includes debris removal, cutting down of ornamental grasses and perennials that benefit from being cut down, and removal of fallen leaves. Ornamental grasses can be left untouched if requested.
Trimming of ornamental trees (i.e., Lilac trees, Redbud, Hydrangea trees) and shrubs can be performed twice a year. However, each shrub/ornamental tree has its own ideal season and method of pruning (i.e., a shrub that is flowering will not be trimmed). Not every shrub can be pruned or trimmed the same way.
- Allows your plant to grow healthy and retain its natural shape.
- Promotes fresh growth, more flowers, and an overall stronger shrub.
- Not trimming your shrubs can result in the interior branches of your plant to not get adequate sunlight or
nutrients. Essentially, the shrub becomes too big to support itself, so it begins to decay or thin out.
Core aeration can be performed twice a year in both April and October to improve air flow in the soil. Aerating breaks up the compacted soil, and the holes they leave behind encourage healthy root growth and improve access to water and nutrients for the grass.
- Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere
- Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance.
- Enhanced thatch breakdown.