G&L group is our supplier for
soil & Salt.
Valley view Gardens is one of our biggest Suppliers of Annuals & evergreen trees.
Seed to grow. Repair your lawn by overseeding. Apply grass seed to areas that need some attention. The right type of grass seed can help thicken the lawn, make it resilient and crowd out weeds. Weeds grow and spread quickly in a thin lawn. Use a blend of grasses, especially perennial ryegrasses and fescues ... these need less care, less water and can resist bugs. However ... always check with a gardening expert about what works best for you. After all, soil type, the amount of sun, and where you plan to plant seeds, must all be taken into consideration. Young grass can survive the winter and turn into a thick and healthy lawn in the Spring that will only need 2.5 cm (1 inch) of water a week, including rainfall. Early Spring is the best time of year to repair your lawn and the Fall is usually best for your lawn.
Mulch for moisture. Apply mulch to your lawn and garden. Leaves, grass clippings and wood chips are just some of the mulches available to help your garden and lawn retain moisture, provide valuable nutrients and reduce weeds. Mulch also reduces water loss. Another important fact: as mulch decomposes, it adds humus to the soil, helping it hold the moisture even more. Talk to your local garden centre about what type of mulch works best for your plants. Rule of thumb: mulching is best done in the late Spring – before hot weather arrives and your perennials and annuals are small enough to work around. Topping off your mulch is best down in the Fall. Always check the depth of your mulch. Place 1” to 2” layer of fine mulch or 2” to 4” layer if it's a coarse mulch ... and spread it evenly. Don't pack it down and give it a good soak by using a watering can or soaker hose.
Fertilize on time
Landscaping with Pride
Davey is our biggest subcontractor for tree remove or large tree trimming
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Weed & seed
Mow like a pro ...
Angelo's Garden is our biggest supplier of Large trees and Aggregate