Spring officially arrives next Thursday, and we’re already seeing sprouting tulips and lawns starting to turn green. The next several days of forecasted rain should help jump-start buds, blooms and blades even further!

Below is a helpful guide to this season’s services:

March 16: first lawn care application of this season. For those who subscribe to this program, an early fertilizer with crabgrass preventer will be applied to lawns. It takes about six weeks for us to complete this first round for all of our customers, so expect to see us between now and the end of April. We’ll leave a lawn marker or door sticker on the day we’ve completed your service.

March 23 or 30: weekly mowing to begin, dependent on turf conditions, weather permitting.

April 1: monthly bed maintenance to begin and continue through September.

Irrigation system start-up and backflow testing: now scheduling these services. Preferred date in mind? Please contact us and we’ll get that scheduled for you. A start-up includes: depressurizing the lines, programming the controller, adjusting heads, and a complete run-through of the system to ensure proper operation and coverage. Minor repairs are made the same-day (example: head replacement); major repairs will be scheduled for a later date.

Now – June: Lawn & Landscape Clean-ups: spring clean-ups are priced by man hour and include removal of all lawn debris, shrub trimming, re-spading of landscape bed edges and new mulch. This is a customized service, so please call for a complimentary estimate!

We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you! Questions? Please call our office any time: 816-505.0444.

Chris Keedy
Lawnscape Manager