Seeding helps to even out and increase the overall density of your lawn's grass. Most times, all that's required is some aggressive sprinkling and gentle raking, though Turf & Seed can also extract dead and dying grass. This complete removal is an additional service and not valid with this deal, but will only happen upon consultation. Fertilizing infuses your manor grounds with life-giving nitrogen, giving it a full head of glossy emerald hair that really classes up your home (and they don't use toxic fertilizers, either). Spray-on weeding, meanwhile, shrivels away any careless or impudent invaders. Each service is typically done in the fall or winter to prepare fetal plants for the upcoming spring. You can buy up to five of these Groupons to service larger lawns or to treat your outdoor carpet to all three treatments.
When musicians Derek Toews and Matt Campbell decided they were ready to stop traveling and set their roots, they employed Derek's youth landscaping experience to found Groundworkx. Wielding Toro and Stihl equipment, the pair transforms overgrown yard jungles into crisply defined lawns with moving, edging, and trimming services. The greenery wizards also perform more complex landscaping projects, such as sod installation, brush removal, and tree psycholanalysis. During each project, they focus on sustainability, using only new vehicles and equipment with low emissions and high fuel economy, and reusing leaves and brush from landscaping sites as mulch and topsoil.
Throughout the last decade, staff members of Limitless Lawn Service has mastered grass tending, tree trimming, and landscaping. They have probably learned other important things, such as the rules to Michigan rummy and the best brand of canola oil as well, but it's the lawn-care where they've really thrived. They now service commercial and residential lawns, remove flagging trees, and whip unruly foliage into shape for customers across Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, and Williamson Counties.
Though the staff at Honeysuckle Hill Farm cultivates livestock and crops of seasonal produce, its other chief resource is outdoor adventure. Through their seasonal tours, farm staffers teach adults and children about farm operations, the basics of agriculture, and which fabrics scarecrows find itchy. They also give visitors a chance to work their way through labyrinthine corn mazes. At birthday parties, younger visitors can pet the resident animals, pan for gemstones at an artificial stream, and race each other in pedal-powered carts. Away from the fields, Association for Challenge Course Technology–certified guides and their guests soar down a one-mile zipline course designed and built to ACCT standards. The guides lead tours through the course’s three elevated towers, three canopy-level bridges stretched across Battle Creek, and eight ziplines, which they maintain daily to chase away loitering vigilantes. Along the way, guides showcase their knowledge of the creek’s history while pointing out local flora and fauna.
At Trim-A-Tree Farms, patrons choose their Christmas tree from a plot of still-planted leyland pine trees and chop it down themselves or have an able-bodied staff member cut, net, and load their catch. Guests stroll through rows of lush green trees ($7.50/ft.) in search of the right plant to fill lonely living-room corners as the aroma of pine needles induces memories of a past infatuation with an air freshener. Between passes through the farm, warm up with steaming mugs of hot chocolate or melt fingers over a bonfire's licking flames as little ones trot through fields atop Star, Trim-A-Tree's trusty chestnut pony, during complimentary pony rides. Though additional items are not included in this Groupon, ornaments from the gift shop revamp trees, and adventurous souls can indulge in free temporary tattoos that take the shape of holiday icons or Scrooge's evening gruel.
In the early 20th century, Tate Farms was a social hub for sharecroppers, who congregated at farmer John Patterson's general store, blacksmith shop, and gristmill. More than 200 harvests later, John Patterson's grandson, Homer Tate's descendants continue to uphold the farm’s legacy as a community gathering spot. However, instead of waiting for a new batch of horseshoes or gossiping about which neighbor might be a spy for the Kaiser, people now come to pick from 90 varieties of pumpkins on the 70-acre pumpkin patch. Leading visitors across the wider 5,000-acre fields, tour guides not only illuminate the farm’s history but teach visitors rural-agriculture info, including lessons on the role bees play in pollinating pumpkins and cotton.
Though the Tate family strives to preserve the past, they have retrofitted the farm with a brand new 14,000-square-foot covered area. Here, visitors sample fresh pumpkin pie made with the farm’s own pumpkins at the Country Café or head to the bakery for fresh pumpkin muffins and cinnamon rolls.