SPRING IS HERE!
As temperatures start to warm up, it's time to get started on spring lawn and yard care! Now's the perfect time to control weeds and crabgrass, spray for ticks, prevent leaf-eating pests and treat fungal disease on trees and shrubs.
Organic Lawn & Landscape Care · Tick & Mosquito Control · Accredited Tree Service
Organic Lawn & Landscape Services
We believe that there's a better way to care for your lawn and landscape than traditional chemical methods.
Protect the safety, value, and beauty of your lawn, ornamental trees, shrubs, and landscape with organic fertilization, expert pruning, and effective pest and disease management.
Many ornamental trees and shrubs need pruning to keep them structurally sound, vigorous, and aesthetically appealing. The key is to do it properly and at the right time so you can enjoy the beauty of these larger landscape plants for years to come.
Keep your trees, shrubs, and landscape plants healthy and looking their best with our safe and effective pest and disease treatments and prevention plans. Integrated Pest Management, organic treatments, no-spray applications.
Organic Lawn & Landscape Resources
Keeping you up-to-date on organic lawn, shrub, tree and other landscape care issues in central NJ and eastern PA.
American Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis)
Valued for its dappled shade and mottled, exfoliating bark, the American Sycamore is a large specimen tree that needs plenty of room to grow. Learn all about its preferred growing conditions, appearance, pest and disease issues, and maintenance requirements.
Healthy Soil = Healthy Plants
What is “healthy soil”? Does fertilizer improve soil health? Learn what you can (and cannot) do with your soil to help grow healthy plants.
Copper Beech (Fagus sylvatica purpurea)
Known for its beautiful burgundy foliage that turns a lovely shade of copper in fall, the copper beech is a wonderful specimen tree for larger spaces. Learn all about its preferred growing conditions, appearance, pest and disease issues, and maintenance requirements.
Bacterial Leaf Scorch: FAQs
Brown, dying or scorched-looking tree leaves, especially on oaks, could be due to bacterial leaf scorch, which is fatal. Learn how to identify, control, and prevent it.