Mulching and Bed Maintenance
Mulching your landscape beds is a great way to add aesthetic value to your property. Mulch also helps to control weeds, as well as retain moisture in the soil and keep plant roots insulated from extreme hot or cold temperatures. Having your landscape beds edged as part of a mulching service will help to maintain a distinct border, making your lawn easier to mow and more visually appealing.
The proper way to prune shrubs depends on the type of shrubs in the landscape. Not all shrubs are tolerant of shearing, while others are perfectly happy being sheared for many years. A certified arborist or horticulturist can provide the proper type of pruning and care for any of your landscape shrubs to ensure they grow healthy and vibrant.
Trees and especially shrubs have a useful lifespan in the landscape. If your house is at least 15 to 20 years old and the shrubs around it are the original plantings, they may be hiding windows and encroaching on a sidewalk or driveway. Removing over-grown shrubs and replanting is a great way to renew the landscape and highlight the beauty of your home.
Planting flowers is an easy way to add seasonal color to your landscape. Installing annual flowers gives you the most color throughout the season, while perennials provide repeated enjoyment in the landscape.
Spring & Fall Cleanup / Leaf Removal
A thorough cleanup of leaves, dead flowers and other debris in the spring or fall will help to maintain a tidy landscape. Leaves that are left untouched through the winter months can trap moisture against the foundation of the home as well as suffocate a lawn. Moore Lawn Services provides quality cleanup to ensure the health and beauty of your lawn and landscape.