The Best Lawn Care Services in Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, PA (An Honest Review)

Monday, May 22, 2017

The process of finding a lawn care service can be overwhelming. That’s because there are a lot of choices and they’re often all very different. Even right here in the Lehigh Valley, the best lawn care services in Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, PA are quite varied.

On the outside, it may seem as though lawn care services are all the same but the truth is that everything from what they offer, to the level of training of their technicians, to even professionalism can differ drastically. It’s absolutely worth putting in the time to research the options and know what you’re getting for your investment.

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Crabgrass Prevention - Early Spring is Where It's At

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Ever pulled up a single piece of crabgrass? Probably not, because pulling on a single piece of crabgrass is like pulling an elastic thread from a snagged waistband – it keeps coming and coming and coming.

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Celebrate The Positive This Holiday Season

Monday, December 19, 2016

Happy Holidays to all our loyal Joshua Tree customers. We feel so blessed and grateful that we have been able to build a thriving small business doing what we love.

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Happy Mother's Day - Kids Grow Like Weeds Don't They?

Thursday, May 05, 2016

First, and most importantly, Happy Mother’s Day to all you moms out there. Like their birthdays, Mother’s Day provides the opportunity to reflect back in time – from each of your children’s births to the present.

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Spring Forward - Lawn and All

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Hang in there, everyone. Spring is about to be sprung! Can you believe it’s already time to set  those clocks an hour forward (Sunday, March 13th, at 2:00 A.M., to be exact…)? While the members of our household aren’t huge fans of losing an hour of sleep, we are certainly fans of the returning sunlight. And, we aren’t the only ones who appreciate it.

Our crew is already taking note of the emerging leaf and flower buds, and some of you may already have a few blooms in the warmer, sunnier patches of your landscape. For those of us who make a living in the
tree and lawn service business, the return of sunlight, buds and blooms are important cues, reminding us it’s time to get to work. 

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Prepare Your Lawns for Winter - Let the Frost Games Begin

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

It’s hard to believe it has already been six months since we wrote about the importance of grub control when it comes to lawn health. If you took our advice back then, and are enjoying a lush, full green lawn as a result – it’s time to set your sites on the upcoming winter.

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Core Aeration - Let Your Lawn Breathe Easy

Thursday, August 27, 2015

According to the folks at the American Lung Association, most of us take about 20,000 breaths a day, filling our lungs with much needed oxygen. If you were to stop taking those breaths, you would lose consciousness in about a minute or so, and you would die in within a few minutes of losing consciousness. In addition to oxygen, you need water, food and a little space to move around, right?

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Grub Control: Do I Really Need It?

Saturday, May 30, 2015

We totally get it; you’re trying to save a buck like everybody else, and one of the best ways to do that is avoid purchasing unnecessary services or products you don’t really need. So, is grub control for your lawn really necessary, or is it simply a waste of your precious dime? It’s a good question and, unfortunately, we don’t have a firm answer for you. You may need it, you may not.

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How to Mow Your Lawn. Do it Like the Pros.

Sunday, April 05, 2015

Mowing the lawn is almost like a sacred American tradition. Just the sound of the mower can inspire memories of warm spring and summer weekends, dads in shorts and tube socks and that unmistakably yummy smell of fresh-cut grass. In fact, for many of us, mowing the lawn was one of our very first “grown up” chores. The question is: Did you learn how to mow the lawn correctly? Without the right equipment, sharpened blades or attention to the right time of day, you can do more harm than good to grass blades as well as the turf below.

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