March Newsletter-Contact Free Lawn Estimates

Small businesses have to get creative during these times and one of the ways to keep the business owners, employees and clients safe is to offer contact free estimates.

These kinds of quotes allow for the normal information to be exchanged when bidding or re-bidding on projects without a chance of exposure to other individuals.

However, it doesn’t have to be impersonal. If you have a client that doesn’t mind standing 6ft apart with a mask and receiving the official quote through mail or digitally, you have a winning situation.

There’s also awesome platforms like Google Meet and Zoom, which several professionals have had to get familiar with within the past year.

Finally, a good old fashioned phone call can get the job done when live videos aren’t required. If videos are, apps like Google Duo, Skype and Hangout can be downloaded to chat live!

However you choose to to give safe quotes, it’s the right choice. Your health and the health of your loved ones comes 1st!

Read More about video Chat Apps!

February Newsletter-The Limits of DIY Lawncare

Weed killer spray, preremergent and postemergent granules are all limited in what they can eliminate in your yard.

All weed killers in big box stores only cover some of the weeds available in the region their sold in. However, professional weed killers, available where licensed landscapers attain their materials at a discounted rate, cover ever more weeds, crab grasses and clovers!

The truth is, DIY is cheaper because the items in the main home improvement stores are weaker and/or less effective.

We also have organic weed removal options.

Interested? Text 706.407.2724 for a free no contact estimate!

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January Newsletter-Your Lawn Care Calendar

JANUARY – FEBUARY

  1. Complete winter pruning – evergreen and deciduous plants – (non-flowering and summer flowering trees and shrubs). 2. Leaf removal. 3. Lawns mowed bi-weekly, trimming and edging completed as needed. 4. Granular Weed Pre-Emergent

MARCH- APRIL

  1. Prune flowering trees. 2. Lawns mowed Edging and trimming completed every two (2) weeks. 3. Weed control with pre-emergent 4. Post Emergent

MAY- JUNE

  1. Fertilize w/ balanced slow-release fertilizer 2. Prune winter die back on all plants, sucker growth removed on all trees. 3. Prune and shape spring flowering shrubs and trees 4. Lawns mowed, Edging and trimming completed every two (2) weeks. 5. Post Emergent

JULY- AUGUST

  1. Fertilize w/ balanced slow-release fertilizer 2. Weed control turf with Granular post emergent 3. Shape pruning of shrubs and trees. 4. Lawns mowed, Edging and trimming completed every two (2) weeks. 5. Post Emergent

SEPTEMBER- OCTOBER

  1. Post Emergent 2. Shape pruning of shrubs and trees. 3. Leaf removal-leaves shall be blown from parking areas, right of ways, lawn, and shrub beds and disposed of in approved location 4. Lawns mowed, Edging and trimming completed every two (2) weeks.

NOVEMBER

  1. Leaf blowing and removal-blown from parking areas, right of ways, lawn and shrub beds and disposed of in approved location. 2. Pine straw/Mulch – only after complete leaf removal (may run into December if leaves still on trees). 3.Lawns mowed, Edging and trimming completed as needed.

DECEMBER

  1. Complete leaf removal – blown from parking areas, right of ways, lawn, and shrub beds and disposed of in approved location. 2.Lawns mowed, Edging and trimming completed as needed. 3. Lime Application.

December Message-Installing Corrugated Pipes

For proper drainage on your property and the longevity of all building structures on your property, install corrugated pipes. Make sure to bury the pipes 12 inches deep and 6 inches wide and cover the piping up.

Be sure to pat the soil down firmly.

Note: You may need fill dirt to add on top of your draining pipes to account for the loss of soil that the next rain could bring.

Read More Here

W.L.C. November Newsletter

Why Preemergence?
• Prevents winter weeds from growing
• Healthier for your pets and the environment than weed spray
• Improves lawn health
• Kills most current weeds

Read more HERE

Also, give us flowers while we can smell them!
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