SUMMER IS COMING!
Don't forget to plan for your lawn care needs, as well as tick and mosquito control and pest/disease management to keep plants and trees healthy.
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Complete Organic Care For Your Landscape
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.
What’s the Best Lawn Grass for Central NJ and Eastern PA?
For all-round performance, we recommend tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) as the best lawn grass for homeowners in eastern Pennsylvania and central New Jersey. This cool-season lawn grass is quick to establish and easy to grow in our area, and no other lawn grasses for the region can compete with its adaptability and resilience.
Best Spring-Flowering Trees for Central NJ & PA
When it comes to curb appeal, nothing beats the landscape statement of spring-flowering trees. Not only do they embrace spring with a profusion of gorgeous blooms, many are highly fragrant and provide food for pollinators. The best offer multi-seasonal interest in addition to their early flowers.
Our top picks for spring-flowering trees are resilient, beautiful, easy to maintain, and just right for growing in central New Jersey and Pennsylvania. They include regional natives, as well as well-behaved non-native trees with impressive spring flowers.
Importance of Spring Lawn Care for Central NJ & PA
Your lawn will be waking soon and begin drawing from the nutrients that it stored in its roots last fall. But there’s a limit to how much your lawn can store – even in perfect conditions, it will need a boost in spring. And that’s where your organic spring lawn care program comes in.
Clover in the Lawn – Good or Bad?
Ever wonder why clover seems to grow better in your lawn than the grass does? It’s likely due to one of these 5 easily-corrected lawn care problems. But don’t be too hasty – there are many reasons why you may want to just leave it right where it is!
What Does “Growing Degree Days” Mean?
Growing Degree Days (GDD) are used to estimate the growth and development of plants and insects during the growing season, and to determine the best time to apply treatments for specific pests. So what, exactly, are they?
When and Why To Prune Fruit Trees in Central NJ/PA
Do your fruit trees have a lot of fruit each year, or are there just a few here and there? Are they healthy, or do they need constant spraying to keep disease and insects at bay? Fruit trees, including apples, pears, peaches, plums and others, need regular pruning to stay healthy and provide you with plentiful fruit. And believe it or not, that pruning is best done in late winter or early spring.