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3 Steps to Prepare for Spring

There are three basic steps to start preparing your lawn and landscaping for the spring. The first step in preparation is winter pruning since most plants are dormant in the winter, this is a great time to prune which will promote fast regrowth in the spring. One of the most important aspects of pruning in the winter is to remove any dead or diseased branches. Once all your plants and shrubs have been pruned, it's necessary to edge and redefine your landscaping beds. Now that the beds have been reshaped, laying new mulch is the final step in preparing your landscaping for spring. Our final suggestion is to add a pre-emergent herbicide to your new mulch to optimize weed suppression.

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1st Lawn Care Application for Fescue Lawns

February is when our first lawn care treatments begin for fescue lawns. During your lawns first treatment of the season, we will be applying your first fertilizer application, as well as a pre-emergent herbicide. We will also spot spray any weeds in your turf. This is the first step in promoting a healthy spring green-up and at the same time, helping to prevent crabgrass from germinating during the summer.

Schedule Fertilization for Your Fescue Lawn

Spring Mulch Special

It is that time of year again to refresh your mulch in preparation for the growing season. We are offering clients 10% off of 10+ cubic yards of mulch and 10% off of 50+ bales of North Carolina Long Needle Pine Straw. This offer ends on 2/28/2019 to qualify for this offer mention the "newsletter discount".

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