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Lawn Mowing, Trimming & Edging Aeration, Fertilization, Weed Control Spring and Fall Clean-up Tree and Shrub Service
Mowing Once a week One-third the length at a time Trimming and Edging Along foundation and fence line Blowing to remove debris
Aeration Relieve soil compaction Increase water infiltration Fertilization Use natural based, granular fertilizers Includes lawn, trees, shrubs Weed Control Apply broadleaf weed control Includes surface insect control
Spring Clean-Up Remove winter debris De-thatch lawn Restock mulch beds Fall Clean-Up Remove fall leaves Seed and mulch bare soil patches
Trim or remove trees and shrubs Treat or protect from disease Remove tree stumps
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