Scrubnik Landscape feeds and manicures a home's lawn and green spaces with a bevy of outdoor services. Technicians cut enthusiasts blades of grass down to size with seasonal mowing services or shape trees and shrubbery with artful snips. Experts also construct custom landscape-design schemes and nurture budding seedlings through fertilization, lawn-seeding, and sodding services. Additionally, Scrubnik can accent homes with delivery and installation of quality trees, plants, and flowers, as well as oversize portions of red and brown mulch. Catering to homes all year long, teams also clear snowdrifts with regular driveway service or fend off summertime mosquitos with natural repellants such as scarecrows shaped like fly swatters.
Serving Howard County, northern Prince Georges County and western Anne Arundel County since 1985. We have workers compensation insurance and general liability insurance so you are protected if one of our employees is injured while working on your property or if we cause property damage to your home.
Since 1945, this family-owned landscaping business and garden center has helped locals transform their yards into lush landscapes and bountiful gardens. The company's secret to longevity is enlisting a staff of passionate expert gardeners and cloning them to populate future generations. Among its members, the landscaping team shares almost 200 years of collective experience, with foremen holding between 12 and 20 years apiece. Company president James Campbell began cultivating his love of all things flora on a farm crew at age 14. In college, he studied ornamental horticulture and then spent four decades working at Campbell & Ferrara, ascending from crew member to foreman to president.
You might get lost in the meandering paths of the indoor-outdoor garden center with 8 acres of trees, shrubs, and seasonal flowers. Thankfully, horticulturists and garden experts roam the grounds, ready to offer you directions and advice. To deter pests, for example, they'll tell you to plant a border of marigolds or a handful of sacrificial Skittles. Hand them a picture of your yard, and they'll predict which plants and flowers will likely thrive there. They also make DIY-ing easy by arranging over 1,000 trees and shrubs into user-friendly categories such as privacy screening, Virginia natives, and four-season. For customers who prefer an expert's help, landscapers offer degrees of assistance, ranging from installing customer-selected plants to completely redesigning yards with putting greens, outdoor kitchens, or waterfalls.
The nursery at Evans Homes and Gardens has a wide variety of photosynthesizing sentinels in both annual and perennial models. Check out this year's Proven Winners (specialty flowers in four-inch pots, $4.99), or mix and match to your heart's content with a market flat of annuals ($2.50 per market pack, or a full flat of six for $18). Perennials run from $5.99 for the quart size to $19.99 for three gallons, and ninja plants are available in hanging baskets, dangling in mid-air to surprise your friends and delight your enemies ($19.99). Asiatic lilies make wonderful gifts ($12.99), and for $14.99 you can catch clematis. To completely transform your living room into the tropical utopia depicted in the critically acclaimed Bio-Dome, cover the carpet with a yard of topsoil ($32) or hardwood mulch ($27) and ignore the landlord's angry letters.
Cravens Nursery's floral phenoms bring more than 30 years of experience to their verdant collection of nursery plants, pottery, and outdoor accoutrement. Cravens stocks two greenhouses full of colorful and custom pottery, from ceramic, fiberglass, and woodenwares to self-watering African violet pots. Peruse Cravens' canvas of botanical and blossoming goodies, from azaleas (currently on sale for $7.99/gallon) and orchids ($29.95+) to more than 100 varieties of herbs. Homeowners can also blanket backyards with heaps of double-shredded hardwood mulch ($2.89/2 cubic feet), or stock up on bulk mulch ($24.99/cubic yard) to cover local football fields, helipads, or football fields that have been used as helipads once or twice.