We understand how important it is for you to have a well groomed and healthy yard. Your home is your biggest investment and I know curb appeal plays an important part in determining the value of your home. You want your home and property to look its very best, and it should. But it takes the right kind of people with the right kind of training, dedication and equipment to do the job right.
We provide lawn care programs that help create the healthy, verdant, beautiful lawn you have always imagined. Our programs are structured to keep your climate in mind, as well as, any regulatory constraints.
Our ongoing employee-training program ensures every Everton’s Landscaping Technician has a thorough understanding of plant healthcare, and every service meets or exceeds industry regulatory requirements.
We are fully equipped with well maintained trimmers, edgers, and blowers to ensure that the lawn is fully manicured and left looking pristine after every service. We identify and remove trash and liter, and always do our best to ensure hoses, sprinklers, and lighting are undamaged as we perform your services. If you have ever looked at your neighbors yard, and wished that yours looked so good, chances are they use Pampas Garden Landscaping and so should you!
Everton’s Landscaping is the company that allows you to enjoy your yard, year round, without the hassle of the work involved.
Services We Offer:
- Lawn Mowing
- Edging beds
- Lawn Preparation
- Tree Removal
- Gutter Clean Up
- Spring & Fall Clean Up
Services We Recommend:
Lawns cut on a weekly base are healthier than lawns that are not. Having your lawn cut on a regular base will promote new growth. But Pampas Garden Landscaping doesn’t stop there we edge you lawn to give it the professionally groomed look. What is Lawn edging? It is where a machine with a blade cuts a crisp straight line on your lawn bordering walkways & drive ways leaving it with that professionally manicured look. Our Lawn care includes: Mowing, Edging and Blowing.
Lawn Aeration machine is designed to puncture the lawn and pull small plugs of turf out, loosing up the soil and allowing water and carbon dioxide to reach the root system where it is most needed. How often should someone have their lawn aeration done isn’t a simple answer and the answer varies. Lawns with high traffic will need to be done more often that a lawn that has no traffic. A simple test to determine if your lawn requires a aeration or not is to water the lawn for about 5 minutes immediately check to see if there is water either sitting on the top of the soil or if there is water running off your lawn if either of these are present your lawn is probably over do for a aeration.
Fertilization is a key factor in having a healthy lawn. A lawn should be fertilized no less then three times a year. The first application should be applied early spring this help new growth get a kick start, the second application should be applied in the beginning or min June this application contains nitrogen a key element to have green grass this application also contains weed control. Broad leaf weeds such as dandelions germinate in June so if caught early before they have gone to seed spreading threw out your lawn there is a better chance of have a weed free lawn. Additional applications can be applied in July and August to add more nitrogen and weed control to your lawn. The last application should be applied late Sept early Oct this application is a winterizer that helps the lawn prepare for the long cold months a head reducing the amount of winter kill.
Spring & Fall Clean Up are often over looked as part of maintaining a healthy lawn. Leaves on fall debris left to sit on the lawn over the winter will cause winter rot. The debris gets wet and sits on the grass rotting away and killing the grass with it.
The best way to prevent weeds from invading your lawn is to maintain it by keeping it properly fed, cut and watered. Other cultural practices such as aeration, over seeding and top dressing also increase the overall health of your lawn and will decrease the number of weeds present. Thick healthy lawns are less likely to have weed infestations as weeds most often pop up where turf is thin or damaged.