After fine-tuning his abilities in agriculture engineering at Mississippi State University, Bruce Ewing dove quickly into the world of mulch, mud, and hedge mazes. In addition to farming sod and designing custom landscapes, the property specialist lends his expertise to keeping his clients' grounds healthy throughout the year. At Bartlett Landscape Spray, Bruce and his crew install turf and ornamental plants along with patios, outdoor lighting, and irrigation systems. They also provide maintenance services such as pruning, lawn care, and insect control, and plant seasonal decorations so they bloom just in time for the holidays.
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Instead of exercising at the gym, Jeff Cochran stays fit by competing in races—the vertical kind. The certified arborist and his crew clamber up trees in their leisure time, thereby sharpening their safety skills and prepping their physiques for when they're on the job. Their work sends them to neighborhood lawns for trimming, planting, and tree-removal services, though the botany enthusiasts use the third option only as a last resort.
The staffers both diagnose and treat potentially hazardous branches, pruning away obstructions and detaching diseased boughs. They remain on call 24 hours a day to deal with emergency appointments following storms. Many of their treatments are also preventive: they take measures to conserve trees that stand on active construction sites and erect reliable lightning-protection systems. In the interest of healthy growth, Jeff and company fertilizes and aerates the soil to nourish roots, with regular inspections to ensure that each plant's heart rate is a plucky six beats per year. Every visit is followed by a thorough yard cleanup that clears away debris, sawdust, wood chips, and ruts.
An eclectic boutique that showcases a continually rotating stock of stylish items and artifacts to outfit homes and gardens, The Potter’s Garden also treats patrons to complimentary gift wrapping with any purchase. Shoppers can pick up Wind & Willow cheeseball mixes ($3.99+) to whip up in case a child's cherished baseball goes over the fence, or they can store a selection of hot dips and salsas for spontaneous get-togethers ($3.99+). Fire pots in an array of sizes ($13.99–$100+) safely contain and cradle flames on an outdoor patio, and a palatial birdhouse ($14.99+) extends a respectable gesture of goodwill toward humankind’s feathered friends. A soy candle can set the mood for a dinner party, imbue a room with a pleasant scent, or distract a visiting fire-breathing dragon while you call 911.
3Seasons Snow Cones & Snack Shack is a snackers’ paradise. Owners Summer, Autumn, and Winter are three sisters who spent their childhood cooling off at the beach with snow cones. They bring their favorite snack to 3Seasons, where mounds of shaved ice come in 45 flavors that range from black cherry to yellow cake batter mix. Those sweet treats share menu space with ice cream and flavored popcorn. The sisters also sell homemade fudge, available in eight flavors including peanut butter and cookies & cream.
Leave the mowing to the optimally primed lawn transformers that are heavy on power and surprisingly light on explosions and finally show that inefficient neighborhood boy how lawn care is done (typically $40 for a quarter-acre lot). If you're losing beachballs, babies, and venture capital in a backyard nest of weeds, have a three-man crew swim through the shrubbery pruning, bed cleaning, and weeding to beautify your outdoor areas ($90/hour). Allow the experts to tuck plants into beds, hang flowering baskets ($20 per piece), or install plants as large as 3 gallons (four-plant minimum, $100 total).