Landscaping in Pelham

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Horizons’ crack squad of bug squashers examines residential and commercial locations for infestations. After evicting roaches, ants, and couch-crashing college buddies from a home’s inside, technicians move outside to combat mosquitoes and snakes. They also treat the building’s perimeter, keeping future menaces at bay and identifying potential nooks and crannies that creepy crawlers can sneak through.

4024 Autumn Ln
Vestavia,
AL
US

Sips and Snips guides budding blossomists in the practiced art of petal arranging using flowers from local nurturer Helena Florist. Skilled instructors teach amateur artists how to arrange seasonal and themed bouquets during the approximately two-hour classes. The upcoming Spring Fever class on April 7 ($45) celebrates vernal splendor, and Greetings from the Garden on April 19 ($40) coaches flowers in proper diction so they can drop their uncouth Cockney accents.

1268 Highway 52
Helena,
AL
US

Most Popular Service: Lawn Mowing

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Established: 2014

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

Brands Used: Toro, Husqvarna

262 County Road 53
Thorsby,
AL
US

A Quality Pro–certified pest-control company, Wayne's Environmental Services diligently root out weeds and common pests that prey on trees and shrubs. Wayne's lawn treatment ($75 for a 7,000 sq. ft. lawn) enlists a potent, low-odor EnviroLawn Solution in a search-and-destroy mission against encroaching weeds, insects, and diseases while simultaneously fostering healthy foliage growth with a salubrious cocktail of custom-blended fertilizer.

2195 Parkway Lake Dr
Hoover,
AL
US

National Tree Service, Inc. is one of the largest and well-known full service tree companies in Birmingham, Alabama. We have been serving Birmingham and its surrounding areas since 1992. We are licensed, fully insured and with over 40 years of experience in tree service industry. We give free estimates.

1991 Alton Rd
Birmingham,
AL
US

If you plant it, they will come. The words rang in Jim Bennett’s ears as he shot awake in September 2009. Jim had dreamed of taking his daughter to a pumpkin patch, and when he awoke that night he scribbled plans to bring that dream to life. Over the next year, Jim and his crew hand planted pumpkin seeds on the fourth-generation Bennett Farm to prepare it for a fate quite different than its 60 years as a cattle farm without a single crop grown on it.

These days, pumpkins and gourds wait on the vine in three patches as hayrides pass by daily. At the petting farm, youngsters interact with sheep, miniature horses, and miniature-miniature horses, which mice rode in the old west. Kids can also navigate a hay-bale maze, frolic in the corn crib, and race down a 36-inch, 20-foot-long pipe slide.

Chefs in the cook house craft teacakes, pork skins, and apple pies with a wood-burning stove and wash pots hanging over an open fire. In the sorghum mill, workers transform farm-grown cane syrup, which the Bennetts sell in their country store alongside handmade soap and honey from local vendors.

1073 County Road 13
Heflin,
AL
US