The licensed and insured landscaping team at Lunchesrus Landscaping & Lawn Maintenance Service keeps properties pristine through a wide spectrum of landscaping services. Crews can visit homes weekly to perform such routine tasks as lawn mowing, or make one-time stops to complete projects such as mailbox installation should a previous box ever go on a bill-only diet. Lunchesrus provides free estimates ahead of every service in order to prevent miscommunication and allow homeowners to budget properly.
In 1919, Henry H. Elbers hung up his hat as director of the Buffalo Botanical Gardens to start a new adventure: founding Elbers Landscape Service Nearly a century later, his enterprise still mows lawns and equips gardeners with trowels to comb their hair. The company’s landscaping experts spend their summers enlivening yards with new shrubs and trees, installing burbling fountains, and paving walkways. Their garden center outfits green-thumbed clients with supplies such as mulch, topsoil, and perennials and annuals. During icy winters, the professionals exchange their mowers for plows to evict squatting snowmen from driveways, sprinkle salt over sidewalks, and chip ice from stoops.
Since 1951, the award-winning landscapers at Lincoln Park Nursery have assisted homeowners with landscape designs for garden and backyard projects, incorporating eye-catching elements such as outdoor goldfish ponds and fountains. With the skills of Edward Scissorhands and the added ability to shake customers’ hands safely, knowledgeable staff members offer input to help customers beautify front yards, garden paths, and secret gardens. The nursery’s two locations maintain a large, constantly updated stock of ornamentals, vines, fruiting trees, and wall stones and pavers.
Lavocat's welcomes nature cultivators of all kinds into its lushly packed nursery, replete with plants, pots, supplies, and a convivial staff. More than 800 varieties of shrubs, flowers, and other greenery fill 11 greenhouses, tempting gardeners to experiment with different types of verdant life or inject new accents into old gardens. Green-thumbed caretakers can create aerial gardens with 10-inch hanging baskets ($14.99) or add splashes of color to soil with flats of annuals such as alyssum and begonias ($11.50+). One-gallon perennials include Silver Mound artemisia and Solar Flare baptisia ($5.99–$7.99), which can accent yards from year to year. A series of small 4.5-inch potted plants make cylindrical, leafy reimaginings of Stonehenge infinitely simpler to construct ($2.99+).
Brooks Farms eagerly invites families to explore its harvested pastures with Summer Fun and Fall Festivals that celebrate agriculture, wildlife, and the whimsical nature of togetherness. A single-day Summer Fun Festival pass ($6/guest) for two people is a day filled with leisurely train rides, an animated chicken show, the Black Pumpkin pirate play ship, and swinging zip lines. The Fall Festival encourages merriment with a parallel list of pursuits, along with autumnal activities such as exploring the farm's pumpkin patch, outsmarting a corn maze, and creating winter coats out of fallen leaves.
A family business for more than four decades, Frechette Lawncare bolsters lawn vitality and revitalizes dwindling colour saturation with a selection of grass-enlivening products for yards around the Toronto area. Frechette technicians apply a custom-blended slow-release fertilizer to the future-verdant expanses of customers' yards. The nutrient-packed health wallop affects grass tracts like a chlorophyll-cream pie in the face, slamming brown spots and malnourished blades over time with a gradual disbursement of growth-spurring materials. With the same techniques that they use for treating professional golf courses and the Grinch's goatee, Frechette specialists will jump-start any lawn’s summertime growth and offer additional services such as aeration and grub control for increased benefits.