Perfect Landscaping can help you clean up after a hard winter season.
Maybe you have a lot of trees and too many leaves have fallen,
and you don't have
the time to spend on the weekend cleaning up all the mess. We can get the
leaves, sticks, and other debris cleaned up, turn into mulch or remove it as you
like.Perhaps you don't
have the time to spend on the weekend. Or you don't have the right tools to
complete the job. Or you just want that manicured look that only an expert can
provide. Here's how to choose a grass service wisely.
Tips on choosing a professional
lawn care service
Referrals. Ask around. You'll see we why
so many local residents and businesses choose Picture Perfect
Bonded and Insured.
Call us today to schedule your next service.
Don't let landscaping
overwhelm your house. Choosing varieties of
trees and shrubs that are bred to grow to a
particular size means you won't have to spend
your time pruning, or fighting your way out the
Don't start landscaping
without a plan even if you intend to do the work
in stages. A plant-by-plant detailed rendering
isn't necessary, but do know where your
hardscaping needs to go, allow room for access
by delivery or work vehicles, and, where there's
going to be heavy traffic, put plants in last.
Don't plant too much of the
same thing. When your trees stop flowering, what
will the landscape offer?
Don't let a big lawn suck
your resources. A nice stand of lush grass is a
time, water and nutrient glutton. Reduce the
size of your lawn with landscape beds that
feature attractive, low-maintenance perennials,
shrubs and trees.
Don't let ivy climb your
house unless you're ready to do annual pruning.
The ivy vines may be beautiful, but once
established, they can cover windows, gutters and
beyond. They can also serve as bridges for
pests, especially termites. And never let vines
climb a frame house.
Don't plant trees too close
to the house, and don't plant species that may
overtake the yard or your home's proportions.
Don't install one-dimensional
planting beds. Plant in layers, with low-growing
plants concealing the legginess of the taller
plants behind. The small "facer" plants give you
the chance to introduce plants of a
complementary color and texture.
Get expert advice and care of your
next landscaping project, contact us for a FREE
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