Landscape and horticultural services encompass a wide range of services. Included in this category are landscape design and architecture; soil preparation and grading; irrigation systems; tree, shrub and lawn planting; hardscape construction including: retaining walls, pathways and patios; lawn care and landscape maintenance; arborist services including tree trimming and line clearance.
Laying lawn turf is one of the simplest ways to remedy a tired, shapeless patch of grass or to create a new lawn. It may be a little more expensive than sowing grass seed, but the benefits outweigh the cost - you'll have an instant, usable area of lawn with no weeds or moss to spoil the effect. The best time to do this is during a warm spring or autumn when plenty of rain will help the new grass establish roots in time for summer sun or winter frosts.
Spring is the time of year when the sun is warm, the breeze is cool, and the steady hum of lawnmowers once again fills the air. American homeowners take a great deal of pride in their yards, spending about $6.4 billion a year on lawn care, according to the Professional Lawn Care Association of America [source: The Lawn Institute].
Commercial landscaping designers analyze and plan exterior spaces for commercial properties, including apartment complexes, hotels, office buildings and other related settings. Their responsibilities include choosing environmentally appropriate plants and shrubs, overseeing their installation, interacting with clients and creating budgets.
Our Technicians are highly experienced turf grass professionals with decades of experience
Thank you for visiting our website! We offer a full line of horticultural services, landscaping, lawn care, fertilizing, sodding, over seeding, design, installation and much more. We are fully licensed and insured to offer you the best stress free service that we can. We have been servicing properties in the West St. Tammany area, including, Mandeville, Covington, Madisonville and Abita Springs since 1987. We service both residential and commercial properties. This is an owner operated business that prides itself in giving attention to detail and a personal touch to all customers, large or small. We have been servicing some of our clients for over 20 years. So, if you would like us to visit your property for a free estimate, please contact us by phone, email or by filling out the "Get a quote now!" form. We would love to schedule an appointment with you and we look forward to helping you with all of your horticultural needs!
The most important thing you can do for your lawn is to feed it. A well-fed lawn is healthier, which means it has a better root system to combat heat, cold, drought, mowing, foot traffic and other stresses. While feeding your lawn once a year will improve its condition, feeding it four times a year will make it even healthier.
If you were to track every hour spent in your garden, you would probably find that you do an inordinate amount of weeding. And while the first few weeks of tearing up these intruders can prove mildly satisfying, the chore soon wears thin. Let us take care of those pesky weeds.
Mother Nature dislikes bare patches of soil, so she sees to it that exposed areas in flowerbeds, lawns, and pathways fill in with plants—or weeds, depending on your viewpoint. Removing moss works in the short term, but it will continue to come back as long as your flowerbed meets the moss's criteria for good growing conditions.
If you have noticed that your turfgrass isn't looking its best or that water has difficulty penetrating through the soil surface, it may be time to aerate your lawn. Clay soils and lawns that bear heavy foot and vehicle traffic are especially notorious for needing aeration as they become compacted over time.
It comes in many forms: irregular brown patches, unsightly gray splotches, stringy red threads, a dusting of orange-red powder, and more. Regardless of the specifics, however, when a lawn fungus strikes your lawn, you must take prompt action to prevent it from spreading and destroying your grass.
Lawn grubs live in the soil eating grass roots and leaving your yard brown and unattractive. Not only can these pests damage the lawn, but their presence also invites unwelcome wildlife that feed on lawn grubs – digging up patches of grass in search for them.
Overseeding is the planting of grass seed directly into existing turf, without tearing up the turf, or the soil. It’s an easy way to fill in bare spots, improve the density of turf, establish improved grass varieties and enhance your lawn’s color.
The Garden Chafer is the most important chafer pest of lawns and sports turf, occurring in large numbers and causing considerable damage due to the grubs feeding on the grass roots. The adults have a metallic green head and metallic bronze body are about 10mm in size and are mainly seen in May and June.
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