Gull Lake Landscape Co. furnishes floral collections with a wide selection of greenery and garden accessories. Beautify gardenscapes with the bursts of floral color afforded by blooming perennials, including daylily, phlox, and coreopsis ($7.50 each), or opt for a hefty 3-gallon shrubbery, such as limelight hydrangea ($32.50), to fill a mulchy void or obscure permanent garden gnomes. A selection of 25-gallon trees, including serviceberries, maples, oaks, and redbuds ($199), stand patiently awaiting the chance to spread their branches. Gull Lake’s staff of friendly, avid gardeners are always on-hand to help each green-thumb choose the ideal plants for their at-home or underground-lair botanic displays.
Every Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m., the twists and turns of Gull Meadow Farms' night maze enables challenging family fun. Wanderers wind throughout the dark labyrinth, illuminating their journey with the use of moonlight and flashlights. Families, friends, or brave individuals search for an exit among the rows formed by stalks up to 8 feet tall. The dimly lit voyage aims to provide a fun challenge for all ages, as proven by the marked presence of such friendly ghosts as the ghost of economic past.
The lawn care industry has changed since Jim Zylstra, founder and owner of Tuff Turf Molebusters, started caring for yards in 1985. Since founding Tuff Turf in 1993, Zylstra has kept pace with technology while protecting the environment with eco-friendly, EPA-tested granular fertilizers and pesticides. Today, he custom-builds riding fertilizer machines, replacing them every other year with more advanced models, and customizes his fleet of trucks so that each is suited for a specific service. Tuff Turf’s staff of eight full-time technicians—which includes two full-time mole specialists and one gas technician—offer a full range of turf-protecting services such as lawn care, animal and insect control, and tree and shrub fertilization. Tuff Turf demonstrates a commitment to safety and sustainability by cultivating associations with GreenCare for Troops and the Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association.
We are the premier and leading landscaping and snow removal company in Grand Rapids. Founded in 1999, we serve numerous residential, commercial clients as well governement entities.
Member of: - Association of Grand Rapids Landscape Professionals - Michigan Nursery and Landscape Associatio
Trainers pass along more than 15 years of international equestrian experience to riders during Great Lakes Equestrian Center’s private horseback-riding lessons. Students arrive 30 minutes prior to the class to be paired with one of the center’s trained horses based on stature and ability to harmonize while singing their theme song. Pupils then prep their mounts before trotting out to learn the reign-wielding ropes. The galloping guru instructs burgeoning gauchos on the basics of positioning, balance, and communication before moving on to more advanced techniques. Petersen’s extensive experience allows her to tutor jockeys of all levels, and the private lesson provides one-on-one interactions that can leave novice riders galloping smoothly. Great Lakes' facilities include an outdoor jumping stadium and a 70' x 200' indoor riding arena.
Run by a father-and-son duo, Endless Summer Lawn Care snips and beautifies lawns while offering a panoply of lawn-care and landscaping services to ensure each customer's verdant dreams blossom into picturesque fruition. Lawn maintenance keeps house beards neatly trimmed and presentable with edging, weeding, mulching, mowing, and more. Cultivate balanced garden geometry with landscaping services that outfit properties with paved and stone walks, sod and seed, planted flowers and trees, mulching and stone, custom wood fences, and more.