Landscaping in Parsippany


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  • Curb Appeal Design
    Removals are valid for snow accumulations up to 6 inches, with an additional $30 for more than 6 inches.
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    12 Walsh Way
    Morris Plains, NJ US
  • Got Rods LLC
    Motorcycles line the outside of Got Rods LLC, waiting for the expert mechanics to address their engine needs. The technicians repair small motors in any kind of vehicle, from motorcycles to snow blowers. They also add upgrades to shiny steeds within the garage.
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    18 S Jefferson St
    Orange, NJ US
  • Lakeview Landscapes
    Lakeview Landscapes is a full service landscape construction, hardscaping, and lawn maintenance contractor based in Sparta, NJ.
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    P.O. Box 1496
    Sparta Township, NJ US
  • Lawn Doctor of Dover-Rockaway
    Signature service: Lawn service Established: 2007 Reservations/Appointments: Optional Staff Size: 2?10 people Brands Used: Golf course grade products
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    PO Box 101
    Parsippany Troy Hills, NJ US
  • DC Landscape Design & Construction
    Dennis Coyle didn't wait until after he had earned his applied-sciences degree to embark on his career: he founded DC Landscape Design & Construction in his sophomore year of college. He combined engineering know-how with knowledge gleaned from horticultural classes and years of work in a garden center and never doubted his capability to succeed in the landscaping business—perhaps because he wasn't the first Coyle to start so young. His father, Douglas Coyle, also transitioned straight from school to managing Delaware Valley Landscapers. With an eye for outdoor aesthetics, Dennis beautifies lawns with an armory of mowers, aerating tools, and organic products. His botanical knowledge and detailed CAD plans help him avoid common landscaping mistakes, such as placing a young tree too close to a house or too far from its wailing mother. This understanding ensures an almost perfect survival rate for his relocated greenery.
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    40 4th St.
    Pequannock, New Jersey US
  • Reeves-Reed Arboretum
    The lands that now make up the Reeves-Reed Arboretum have been walked upon by Lenni Lenape Native Americans, tilled by Revolutionary-era farmers, and built into a sprawling country estate by their turn-of-the-century owners. Today, more than 13 acres of cultivated lawns, gardens, and woodlands welcome nature lovers who wander along trails, visit the Wisner House—a Colonial Revival shingle-style abode designed in 1889—and partake of educational programming to learn why tree trunks don’t have electrical outlets. The arboretum maintains 5.5 acres of formal gardens, including an azalea garden, an herb garden, a rock garden, and a rose garden whose first blossoms set down roots back in 1925. Before setting off to explore these leafy environs, families can drop by the Discovery Center to pick up a backpack with binoculars, field guides, and a magnifying glass for examining the subtle differences between a centipede and a Twizzler. At the Wesson Family Nature Grove, visitors can use a viewing scope to peer at the birds visiting the fish pond. On event days, guests can also stop by lectures, join festivities such as Maple Sugar Fest, or listen to the strains of jazz wafting through the night air.
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    165 Hobart Avenue
    Summit, NJ US
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