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A few “pictures of interest” taken over the years while evaluating lawn, landscape and snow removal requests for new service …………………….

I figured it was time to share a few previously archived interesting photos taken at local area properties while evaluating new service requests.

Property owner mentioned a “recent” water problem along rear foundation.

 

Customer asked if we could help disposing of “a few” tires?!?

 

Customer had a poison ivy problem……. the problem was poison ivy was growing through his shed!

 

Commercial customer asked if we could help shovel snow off a narrow sidewalk located behind the building. We were asked to just throw the snow over the fence?!?

 

A local realtor asked for a spring clean up at one of his listings to include couch removal!

 

Commercial client requested our help to remove unwanted vegetation…….. from their roof!

 

Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any lawn, landscape or snow removal service request you may have.  We are grateful for the opportunity and look forward to earning your business well into the future.  Thank you for visiting our site and have a great day!

 

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Take a look at that Forsythia over there, it’s trying to tell you something………..

Spring is finally here!!

A sure sign that spring has finally arrived is when the forsythia bushes bloom and take on an awesome yellow color.  Even though the forsythia’s great vibrant yellow color only lasts a few short weeks, here are a few lawn and landscape related special events that it’s bloom usually signifies.

  • Soil temperatures are beginning to warm above 50 degrees+
  • Cool season turf grasses are finally beginning to grow.
  • Perennial broadleaf weeds, especially dandelions, are coming out of dormancy and are springing back to life!
  • Crabgrass seed will begin germinating in open, bare soil areas in the very near future.  Try to apply a grassy weed preventer at this time.
  • The odds of accumulating snow and/or sub-freezing temperatures are becoming less likely to occur from this point forward.  Winter is over!!
  • Lawn and landscape clean-ups, dethatching and core aeration should be well underway.
  • Irrigation systems are being opened/turned-on for the season.
  • Even though turf grass seed should be ideally planted in the late summer/early fall for best results, if planting in the spring, now would be the time to do so (next 4 weeks +/-).

Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any lawn or landscape related improvement project you would like completed.  Thank you for visiting our site and have a great spring and summer season!

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What exactly is a lawn and landscape spring cleanup anyway?

A seasonal spring cleanup is a one-time property visit to prepare your lawn and landscape for the up and coming growing season.

Normally our spring cleanup service includes the removal and off-site disposal of any landscape related surface debris, windblown trash, fallen twigs, etc. that may have accumulated over winter in plant beds, atop paved surfaces and across all lawn areas.  We will also cultivate the soil or wood mulch covering within specified plant beds, cut back various perennial plants, perform initial lawn mowing, all pavement will be mechanically edged and blown clean to complete.  It is also very common to perform mechanical lawn dethatching, core aeration and lawn fertilization in addition to a spring cleanup.

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