1. Protecting Your Trees and Shrubs

    Immaculate landscaping begins and ends with good maintenance. Flowers add color and variety, while trees and shrubs give yards shape and form. Because trees and shrubs are perennials, they have their own set of unique challenges for landscapers to deal with. Here are some tips for maintaining your t…Read More

  2. Weeding Your Garden Effectively

    If you have a garden then you have doubtlessly had to deal with weeds that love to pop up and try to take over the space you use. Weeds are a reality for all gardeners, which is why weeding is such an important part of caring for these spaces. In order to achieve the best results, you are going to w…Read More

  3. Congratulations 2012 Best Pick!

    To our valued and appreciated employees, this post is for you. I would like to personally thank you for your dedication and hard work with achieving this years 2012 Best Pick Award!   Your continuing personal dedication, commitment and personal achievement goals are the reason for our success!  …Read More

  4. Brown Patch fungus

    Mr. Weedy says: if you notice circular, dead, brown spots in your lawn you could have Brown patch fungus. A fungicide product may be needed to correct the problem but it could also be as easy as changing your fertilization habits and watering practices to correct the problem. Seek professional advic…Read More

  5. Tree Care Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Be sure to remove wire wrapping from all newly planted fall trees. Tree ties and metal wiring will eventually grow into the tree trunk itself causing permanent damage. Monitor your trees ability to sustain itself on a regular basis. Remember, trees that move with the wind grow strong…Read More

  6. When to Prune Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Winter honeysuckle, quince and forsythia can be pruned to a smaller size after flowering has completed. Heavy planning is not recommended at this time. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. Additional reference sources include lawn service atlanta…Read More

  7. Tree Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: It’s still okay, and not too late to prune your Crape Myrtle trees while there still dormant. Be sure not to over prune or butcher the trees. Some people say less is more when it comes to Crape Myrtle pruning. We would recommend calling a professional landscaper for recommendat…Read More

  8. Tree Planting Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you planted new trees and shrubs in your landscape last year, remember to remove any gray wires stakes and especially truck wraps from small trees planted. This is especially important for tree trunks, because as they grow and mature, these wires can prohibit proper tree growth. W…Read More

  9. Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you're lucky enough to have fig bushes in your garden. Prune one-fourth of the branches from any overgrown areas. Be careful not to remove large sections of the plant. This will reduce the total number of fruit produced this summer and you don't want that. Focus your attention on …Read More