Weed control

Adding weed control to your lawn care plan, will also help eliminate various other broad-leaf weeds which will help control weeds and promote healthy lawn. Some weeds bloom late theefore we will ensure unwanted weeds are non-existent allowing turf to grow naturally. Let us take care of those unsightly weeds. Not only can weeds destroy your lawn, some are harmful to children and pets. Staying on top of these unwelcomed guests will have your lawn looking top notch.

Service Features

Our weeding service can be tailored to your specifications, or can be performed upon request. Our most popular service is our monthly weeding service, which is a monthly visit by our trained crews to pull weeds at your property once a month. Monthly weeding of the beds is typically sufficient to keep weeds at bay.

  • Monthly Visit
  • Hand pull larger weeds
  • Spray small weeds
  • Hand pull any weed growing inside a shrub
  • Hand pull tree saplings
  • Spray gravel/utility areas
  • Pull expired perennial tops (late summer)

Maintenance

It’s the best way to aerate the soil and incorporate organic material. What you don’t see is the buried weed seeds lying dormant just under the surface of the soil. Moving them to the top of the soil wakes them up and boosts them into germination. Once you’ve established a new garden bed, avoid unnecessary tilling and cultivating unless absolutely necessary. It’s the best way to aerate the soil and incorporate organic material. What you don’t see is the buried weed seeds lying dormant just under the surface of the soil. Moving them to the top of the soil wakes them up and boosts them into germination. Once you’ve established a new garden bed, avoid unnecessary tilling and cultivating unless absolutely necessary.

Weeds just love the open, sunny spaces between garden plants. Plant vegetables, flowers and shrubs at the closest recommended spacing. Consider using block spacing instead of growing in rows to eliminate the open areas weeds tend to pop up in.

An effective and natural option to prevent weeds from taking over your garden is through the use of mulch. Apply a thick layer of organic mulch approximately 2 inches deep in the garden area – take care to avoid the base of individual plants and shrubs. Not only will mulch help the soil retain moisture, but it also smothers out any small weeds and creates an unfriendly environment for tilled up weed seeds. While non-organic mulches (such as landscaping fabric and plastic) last much longer than organic mulches (like pine needles, cedar, and leaves), they don’t break down to create a healthy soil environment.