FALL IS HERE!
Stay on top of lawn care through the fall, and don't forget tick and mosquito control and pest/disease management to keep plants and trees healthy.
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Serving Central New Jersey and Bucks County, PA
Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset & Union Counties in NJ - Bucks County in PA
We believe that there's a better way to care for trees, lawns and shrubs than traditional chemical methods.
Organic Lawn, Tree & Shrub Care Resources
Keeping you up-to-date on organic lawn and tree care issues in central NJ and eastern PA.
Protect Yourself From Over-Wintering Deer Ticks
Did you know that our cold winter temperatures here in New Jersey do NOT kill off the deer tick population? Many of them manage to survive over the winter and come back in the spring hungry and ready to start feeding.
NJ Fertilizer Law – How It Applies To You
In 2011, New Jersey enacted a law that governs the application of phosphorus and nitrogen fertilizer in the state of New Jersey. This law applies to both homeowners and landscape contractors. Here are the details you need to know.
OPC Earns TCIA Accreditation
We just earned Accreditation from the Tree Care Industry Association, making us one of only 8 companies in New Jersey to meet the stringent criteria for professionalism, employee training, state and federal safety regulations, business ethics and consumer satisfaction.
Benefits of Winter Pruning (For Your Trees & Your Wallet)
Did you know that pruning trees in winter has many benefits? In some cases, it’s the only time of year to prune safely. Here are the details …
Does Deer Repellent Really Prevent Deer Damage?
We’re often asked if deer repellent spray is a good way to stop deer from eating plants and shrubs, particularly during the tough winter months when it seems like deer will eat anything they can reach. Here’s the straight answer and our application advice.
Leaf Mulch & Leaf Compost: Turn Fall Leaves into Garden Gold
Fall leaves are powerful garden allies. Most homeowners rake and bag them without a thought, but why not turn them into superb, sustainable, organic mulch or compost instead? Leaf mulch and compost are free, beautiful, and rich in organic matter. You’ll save money, and your garden will thank you.