For more than four decades, Weed Man Lawn Care's licensed-and-trained lawn-beautifying experts have tended to local lawns with custom blends of fertilizer, environmentally sound pest-control solutions, and knowledge gleaned from both living and working in the community. Created exclusively for Weed Man, the technicians' slow-release granular fertilizer nurtures lawns over a period of several weeks, and seeding and aeration promote continued green growth. Advice that aims to assist with local lawn problems helps inform patrons online, illuminating seasonal troubles, gardening trends, and the astrological signs of various plants.
A 3.5-acre horticultural haven, Millcreek Gardens gives bloom-seekers a means to realize dreams of colorful, lush outdoor spaces by presenting a wide array of shrubs, trees, and assorted flowerpot inhabitants. Stroll amid verdant rows of plant life, perusing prettified foliage ranging from the serene cerulean hues of a delphinium to the cheerful, bubbly blooms of a hydrangea. Accent a lovely lawn with a classic apple tree ($40+), make the bed for a plot of fragrant flowers ($2–$20), or cover up barren yards with a symphony of shrubbery ($6.50–$50). The one-stop shop also stocks organic plant foods, soil amendments, and fertilizers for keeping growing greenery as strong as a box of oxen.
Arbor Day Nursery's gardeners nurture a vast variety of vegetation and outdoor accessories to help keep lawns looking lush and luxe throughout any season. Help a home get into the haunting spirit with pumpkins ($3–$6), or give the mailman a festive fright by playfully popping out from behind an extra-large 10-gallon shrub ($35). Fruit trees ($45) put the fun back into produce picking by providing easy access to homegrown apricots, pears, or wax, and vessels and ornaments such as colorful clay pots, fountains, statues, and benches ($25–$300) create a comfortable, whimsical living space that any bird would be proud to bathe in.
Intent on helping homeowners create their dream gardens from start to finish, Landscape Supply of Utah’s all-encompassing approach to outdoor design is reflected in its multi-talented staff of stonemasons, designers, and landscapers. Amid the lush nursery, a diverse assortment of shrubs, perennials, and conifers helps customers imagine a richer home garden, and bulk orders of bark mulch, topsoil, and decorative gravel serve as chic foundations for yard beautification. Landscape Supply’s rugged flagstone options add dimension to greenery arrangements, and fire pits transform home exteriors into entertainment hubs or a gossip spot for neighborhood phoenixes. In the design center, professionals sit down with clients to draw up plans for everything from basic flower bed layouts to elaborate garden designs during consultations that include planting schedules and basic notes for construction.
Logan Cassell noticed an unfortunate trend: homeowners were hiring multiple contractors for large projects because they specialized in one type of service. That's why he created Outside-In Improvement. As a licensed sole proprietorship for professional services, Outside-In can tackle multiple types of projects at once. If time remains after technicians landscape lawns, clients can have them detail cars, paint rooms, install bathtubs, or reglaze especially meaningful donuts.
Vista Farms’ equestrian experts edify saddled-up students ages 5 years and older on the basics of horse handling. At a private, one-hour lesson (a $35 value), mounties can bring their own horse or ride 1 of up to 10 on-site horses, building a new relationship through relaxed strolls and trading favorite novels. Head trainer Lisa Park focuses on building trust between horse and rider, providing a rundown of natural horsemanship skills and national-level showing techniques, and getting maximum height and distance out of built-in ejector saddles.