Winter maintenance is an underappreciated talent, probably due to the fact that our crews are not working with the lush green of a summer lawn or the colorful displays in a spring garden. But with a beautifully landscaped property like this one, the attention to the details of proper edging, pruning out the old and … Continue reading Maintenance
We are checking in today with a customer we've been working with for a number of years. Things are looking good, to say the least! Click on any photo to get a closer look. This post is focused mainly on the side yard sod work, plantings, and associated stone work, but we've done a number … Continue reading On the Banks of the Roanoke River
You can't beat the clean, quiet look of a well maintained landscape in the winter. Our maintenance crews are on the job! And here is some other winter work from seasons past. Tired of working in the cold on your yard? Contact us - we'll do it for you!
This is one of our regular maintenance customers. You will see some nice, tight hedge and shrub trimming in these photos, as well as a yard that is neat and clean. Our crews have been busy. And speaking of nice, tight, neat and clean landscaping, here are some photos of what fresh pine straw put … Continue reading Maintenance Plus Patio
Summer heat and the rain/drought cycle can present special problems for lawn maintenance, but apparently not for our crews. Check out the results of a recent visit to this special property. Among other things, note the razor's edge between grass and pavers in the photos below. Good job on the edging, guys! Click on any … Continue reading Maintenance News
Our lawn maintenance services are generally offered on an annual contract basis. This is because your lawn and plants have a natural yearly cycle of growth, and lawn maintenance done properly must match that cycle to promote the beauty and sustainability of your yards and gardens. Any given service call will therefore carry twin goals: … Continue reading Maintenance Contracts
Have you forgotten something? Check your calendar and I believe you will see a reminder that early Fall is the time to prep your lawn with two fundamental procedures: aeration and overseeding. Aeration refers to air, which is what needs to be periodically introduced into the root system of your grass in order to encourage … Continue reading Groundwork