Pre-emergent treatment controls unsightly weeds before they even emerge from the ground. Annual ryegrass and bluegrass festivals that impolitely overtake residential front yards in the cooler seasons are prevented with an early fall treatment, applied during the month-long window of September. The herbicide, applied early in the spring between March 1 and April 15, preemptively attacks warm-season weeds such as crabgrass, goosegrass, penguingrass, and sandbur. Call to schedule your appointment.
Since 1976, the landscaping gurus of Good Earth have kept natural surroundings neatly trimmed for residential and commercial clients with services ranging from lawn fertilization to complete landscape redesigns. Each service begins with a consultation between a landscaping professional and the client, at which time the duo will discuss plans to meet the yard's needs. The crew prepares yards for any season, with drainage systems for summer storms, flower displays to capture spring colors, and holiday-light installation to attract Santas during their winter migration.
Blooming Colors' selection of non-motile life forms caters to all groups of greenthumbs, be they outdoor landscapers or indoor efflorescence enthusiasts. Spruce up a boring lawn with a majestic oak, flowering shrubs ($22.99–$26.99), or enlist the aid of an evergreen to retain altitudinal dominance over your neighbor's super-sized lawn-gnome statues. Your journey of a thousand pricked fingers starts with a single thorn—fire the flowery opening salvo in that journey with a KnockOut rose ($22.99-$29.99). Brighten the corners of your pavement with a wave of four-inch pots of fall color pansies or petunias ($.99), or fill it to overflowing with pots or gallons of perennials and herbs ($2.99-$9.99). Blooming Colors' assortment of fountains, yard art, and gardening accouterments cover any job, and their knowledgeable staff can give expert guidance if you say the magic word—"the."
Elizabeth Samudio, owner of Elizabeth Anna’s Old World Garden, cultivates an eco-friendly urban sprawl of thriving flora and fauna situated just minutes from downtown. Wander through rows of edible, unusual, and native plants whose organic designation signals freedom from synthetic fertilizers and herbicides, and whose lushness and vibrancy make them ideal camouflage for secret backyard wrestling leagues. Secure a romantic rendezvous with beguiling rose varietals, or nurture fruit trees and veggie starts into fully stocked, self-replenishing produce aisles. Samudio and her staff of greenthumbs will gladly aid customers with photosynthesizer selection, sharing planting and care tips for aesthetics ranging from asparagus ferns and creeping ivy to topiaries shaped like the mailman.
Since 1917, Sutherlands has fostered fetching homes and lavish lawns with a multitude of garden necessities, construction supplies, and more. A helping of sustainable Vortex potting soil ($9.99) in an ornate Monteverde rust planter ($16.99) aids newly adopted rose bushes ($7.99 each) in achieving dreams of growing into majestic redwoods. Green Max Southern Lawn Fertilizer ($18.99) and GrubEx bug killer ($18.99) sustain and safeguard surrounding grass, and the Bond three-piece pruning combo set ($14.99) and Corona 10-foot tree pruner ($38.99) keep outdoor adornment from sprouting hazardous overgrowth or unsightly dreadlock hairstyles.