Pugh’s Earthworks is the Most Trusted Mid-South Commercial Landscaping Company

Pugh's Earthworks Serves Memphis, Nashville, Jackson TN, Little Rock, Arkansas and Southaven, Mississippi Pugh's Earthworks is a trusted and well known Mid-South Commercial Landscaping Company. Started by Mark Pugh in 1992 in Memphis, the company has grown into one of the largest landscape design, installation and maintenance firms in the Mid South area. We  operate 60 trucks while still retaining the very first commercial account we ever contracted with, which is Memphis Hunt and Polo Club. They and our other clients have provided numerous testimonials about why we are the best commercial landscape and maintenance company around and how they love our customer-first attitude. Mark Pugh President and Co Owner Pugh’s Earthworks has now expanded its markets to include Nashville, Tennessee, Jackson, Tennessee, Little Rock, Arkansas and Southaven, MS. Our clients include some of the premier office buildings, hotels, hospitals, churches and cemeteries in the cities we operate. In addition to the commercial customers we serve, we also provide landscape services for Home Owners Associations (HOAs), Condo Owners Associations (COA’s) and individual residential homeowners. Pugh's Earthworks Offering the Best Commercial Landscape and Maintenance Services We are proud to be one of the Mid-South's leading commercial landscape installation and maintenance companies. Our company has earned this reputation because we are committed to quality, integrity, and superior service, and we deliver that for every commercial client we have. From HOA common areas to office buildings and retail centers, we focus on giving our customers the best service and value. We also service hotels, motels, hospitals, schools, apartments, condominiums, and other commercial accounts. We also say we offer the best commercial landscape and maintenance service because we have over 200 employees all with certification and educational degrees in horticulture as well as years of experience. Here are some of the credentials and licenses our team holds: Tennessee Department of Agriculture Chartered/Licensed Mississippi Bureau of Plant Industry licensed Arkansas State Plant Board Licensed Master of Business Administration Bachelors of Science in Agronomy Bachelors in Landscape Contracting Management Associates of Applied Science in Landscape Management Associates of Applied Science in Turf Grass Management Dynascape Certified Planet Professional Network Landscape Industry Certified Our mission statement shows our commitment to our customers: We strive in all we do, to achieve total customer satisfaction. Our team works to not only meet, but exceed, the expectations of those we serve. We are flexible in our services with free quotes and monthly programs that deliver the best value across Memphis, Nashville, Jackson, Southaven and Little Rock. Contact Pugh's Earthworks  today to see how we can help improve your commercial landscape! Pugh's Earthworks Mid-South Commercial Landscaping Company Pugh's Earthworks exhibits a great amount of pride in the work we do. This starts with the top management and rolls down to every level of the company's staff. The great compliments we have received from our many satisfied customers is the best score card we can ever receive.  Thought we would share just a few of the client testimonials [...]

The Pugh’s Earthworks Team Knows the Best Summer Heat Tolerant Plants

Pugh's Earthworks Currently Serves More Than 300 Commercial Clients. Summer heat is just around the corner. When it comes to selecting Summer Heat Tolerant Plants, leave the task to the professional and certified landscape technicians at Pugh's Earthworks. Commercial Landscapes need to be properly maintained and selection of the proper plants and shrubs is a critical element to that process. Property Owners whether Retail Centers, Industrial Centers, Hospitals, Apartment Complexes and more, rely on the impression customers and prospects have when they arrive at a property. No one wants to see brown and dead plants decorating a nice Commercial Property. Pugh's Earthworks serves the Mid-South which is a warm region in the US. We know the best plants to use for Commercial Landscaping. Our team will analyze the soil, amounts of sun verses shade etc. and make a recommendation on what would be the best plant or shrub to install. Below are some popular Heat Tolerant plants. Egyptian Star Cluster - Also known as Pentas, this is a tropical plant that is native to Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar so they are used to the heat. In fact, they bloom more in full sun. Lacey Blue Russian Sage - Not only does it add purple to your landscape, but this heat and drought tolerant plant also has a sturdy, compact form that keeps it standing tall. It loves full sun. Penstemon - This is a tubular flowering plant that thrives in full sun and loves the heat. This flowering plant is available in different colors. Reflexed Stonecrop - This is a succulent plant that tolerates dry and hot conditions. It works well in a rock garden or drought-friendly commercial landscape. Compact Lantana - This dense, compact, heat-loving shrub delivers a continuous display of multi-colored flowers which open as chiffon yellow and transition to fuchsia pink. The shrub thrives in full sun. Kudos Gold Dwarf Hummingbird Mint - In the blazing sun, this gold-hued flowering plant offers a dazzling touch to your landscape. It tolerates heat and drought. And, as its name implies, it attracts hummingbirds. Gold Sturm Black-Eyed Susan - This flowering plant offers a long bloom season and loves full sun and heat. The beautiful flowers can be cut and displayed in a bouquet. Lemon Verbena - These only require water weekly which makes them a good summer heat plant. They produce white flowers in late summer and a sweet citrusy smell. Cosmos - Ideal for desert like gardens these are native to Mexico. They are low maintenance annuals and produce flowers similar to Daisies. Marigold - While other plants struggle in hot weather, Marigolds bloom and thrive. They are great in containers or in flower beds. Contact Pugh's Earthworks today to learn how we can offer these heat-tolerant plants, flowering plants, and shrubs and others for your commercial landscape. Pugh's Earthworks Handles Installation of Summer Heat Tolerant Plants Pugh’s Earthworks is a leading commercial landscape installation and maintenance company. We have been providing commercial landscaping services since 1992 and specialize is landscape and lawn maintenance for commercial customers. Currently [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks is experienced with Summer Commercial Lawn Care

Pugh's Earthworks commits to strive in all we do for total customer satisfaction May has now arrived and already temperatures are expected to be in the nineties and above in some regions. Will not be long before the summer heat sets in for the long haul. Proper Summer Commercial Lawn Care is critical to keep lawns looking good and staying healthy. The certified and professional Landscape Technicians at Pugh's Earthworks, have the knowledge and tools to keep Commercial Property lawns in tip top shape during the hot summer. Being exposed to excessive heat not only takes its toll on us humans but it also is difficult to bear for nature. Meaning plants, flowers, and lawns. However, you can still enjoy a healthy Commercial Landscape even in the midst of extreme summer heat when you hire Pugh's Earthwork's. There are numerous actions that can be taken during the extreme heat of summer. Our team at Pugh's Earthworks is trained in all aspects of climate adjustments as it relates to Commercial Landscaping. Below are a few of the things we are mindful of. Length of the Lawn Often people like to mow the lawn very short. It looks nice and neat and gives the lawn that well-kept golf course look. However, when this happens and it is super-hot outside, your lawn suffers and turns brown. This is because the lawn is restricted on how much energy it can produce for growth. However, if you do not trim it too short, then the grass can develop stronger roots. And it is those stronger roots that support plants that can tolerate the stress that heat puts on it during the summer months. Use the One-Third Rule To determine the correct height to cut your grass, apply the “one-third” rule. This rule says never remove more than one-third of the grass height at one time. This keeps the lawn cooler because it removes less plant tissue. For example, if you normally cut your lawn at 2.5 inches, increase it to 3 inches during the hot summer months. Do not Over Water A big mistake so many people make, is to think the heat means grass needs more water. However, all that does is create another problem. The soil then tends to be constantly wet. This causes the grass roots to be deprived of oxygen. This can make them more susceptible to disease because diseases tend to thrive in wet conditions. Therefore, the drier the grass and soil, the less risk for a disease. Although you want to ensure hydration, you do not need to water daily to get that. Keep Mower Blades Sharp When grass is cut with a sharp mower blade, it will heal faster. Then, it is less susceptible to stress and disease that comes during the hot season. Also, the sharper mower blades will prevent a brown appearance. Use a Mulching Mower Rather than bagging up the lawn clippings, return them to the lawn by using a mulching mower. Clippings act as [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks will Expertly Assist to Design Commercial Office Patio Landscapes

Pugh's Earthworks “We Love Our Customers” and “We Appreciate the Opportunity to Serve.” I worked in corporate for a good many years and I cannot remember more than two or three really nice Commercial Office Patio Landscapes. Most of the time this was not a top priority. However, for those few very nice Office outdoor gathering spots, they were used smartly for customer after hour events for wine and hors d' oeuvres. They were also nice places for employees to take a breather and recharge. Pugh's Earthworks is a premiere Commercial Landscaping Company doing business in the Mid-South. One of our specialties is Commercial Landscape Design. After we consult with our clients and fully understand what design they are desiring, we are able to deliver the precise end result they requested. This includes Commercial Office Patio Landscapes. How nice it is to have a spot with fragrant plants or herbs and gorgeous hardscapes with comfortable furniture. If you are desiring to create such a lovely courtyard and are not sure how to get started, please reach out to Pugh's Earthworks. One of our certified and highly experienced technicians would be honored to visit with you and jointly go through the process. A few things to consider when speaking with us are: Space Size - You may be limited to how large your office courtyard can be. Do not worry as the professionals at Pugh's Earthworks are masters at turning all size spaces into outdoor paradises. Choosing the right plants, trees, furniture and hardscape will all be handled by us with your approval. Lighting and Fireplace - There is no question that proper lighting sets the stage for a great outdoor evening experience. If you are wanting to hold a customer appreciation cocktail hour, our professionals can install the lighting that will impress your customers. In addition, a Fireplace is nice just about any time of year. We can install those as well. Decorations - Sometimes it is best to have one really large feature in the office courtyard to draw attention than to have too many small ones that make it look cluttered. Things like a Reflecting Pool, Decorative Path and Plant Containers are great eye-catching features to consider. Plants and Trees - The certified Pugh's Earthworks technician will analyze the office courtyard space. Issues like available space for tree and shrub growth, amount of sun and even soil conditions have to be planned to make the space optimum. The bottom line is that when you consider the value of your project it makes sense to hire a Pugh’s Earthworks Certified Landscape Technician. Whether your project is big or small our skilled professionals can take you through all phases of your job request.  From plant science, soil science, landscape design, irrigation design and installation, computer-aided drafting, pesticide and fertilizer application, plant and tree care, you will be served by the best in the industry!   Pugh's Earthworks Commercial Office Patio Landscapes We invite you to please visit our [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks will help with Commercial Spring Pest Control

Pugh's Earthworks owns and operates 5 landscape offices, located in Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. While spring is a wonderful season of rebirth for plants, flowers, trees and grass, it can also be the rebirth for insects and pests that have been in hibernation over the winter. This is why Commercial Spring Pest Control is necessary. Our team at Pugh's Earthworks is trained and certified to know the proper methods and chemicals to use to eradicate pests. Insects can wreak havoc on your commercial landscape. These pests include fleas and ticks, mosquitos, flies, ants, cockroaches, and termites. This is the season to start with your insect control strategies, which can help how much pest control work you have to do the rest of the year. Here are some tips for spring insect control: Store and dispose of food and waste properly, including any bins located around your commercial property. Keep these bins tightly closed and empty them daily. Control moisture and standing water around your commercial property. High humidity contributes to pest egg production. Fix any leaks and clear out gutters and downspouts. Also, trim tall grass and remove any wet or decaying wood. Inspect perimeter areas around your commercial property for areas that may be ideal for insects to breed and live. Treat these areas first. Trim back trees and shrubs touching your commercial building as insects like to live there. If there are any fruit trees, clean these up because ants and other insects love the fruit. Keep all areas of your commercial property as clean as possible. Insects like debris and trash so remove all brush piles, excess leaves, and trash. Avoid mulch because insects love its warmth and moisture. The mulch should be used sparingly or not at all. Partner with Rosie's Pest Control, which is a part of Pugh's Earthworks, has pest control services. This can help by regularly treating all lawn and landscape areas to limit any insects or pests. Eliminating insects will also have an improved overall health effect and prevent commercial property damage. Here are some top benefits to Commercial Spring Pest Control. Protection of Property - The most obvious is the protection of your valuable Commercial Property. This is your biggest asset and insects can cause all types of damage. For example, a termite infestation will destroy your building infrastructure by eating the wood support. In addition, they can eat decorative wooden furniture and other landscaping decor. The Pugh's team can address that problem before it hopefully has a chance to cause damage. Reduces Diseases -Insects are known to carry diseases as they migrate through your property. Proper pest control applications will reduce the risk of Asthma, Stings, Malaria and other potential diseases that can be transmitted to humans. Employees and Customers do not want to work in or visit a Commercial Building or Property that is filled with bugs inside and outside. Hire Pugh's Earthworks to keep your Employees and Customers healthy and comfortable. Pugh's Earthworks handles all types of Commercial Properties. Each type [...]

Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures are a Top Priority at Pugh’s Earthworks

Pugh's Earthworks Professional Commercial Landscaping Companys like Pugh's Earthworks, know that Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures are of the utmost importance. When you consider the myriad of procedures that Landscape Technicians have to perform, there are so many opportunities for injury. Not only are there safety concerns for the landscape technicians but there are also precautions they must take to protect customers. For example, chemicals are very often used for a variety of reasons. They can be used as pesticides to eliminate lawn pests that damage or kill lawns or shrubs. In addition, fertilizers and herbicides are often applied to stimulate lawn growth and prevent weeds. Then the buildings can be sprayed or baited to get rid of unpleasant and damaging insects and rodents. In all cases, it is very important to hire a trained and certified landscaping company like Pugh's Earthworks.  Our technicians take all precautions when working with various chemicals and have taken classes in how to apply with maximum safety. Their safety clothing, shoes, eye wear and aspirators if needed will be used. In addition, they know when weather conditions and property owner traffic is optimum. For example, spraying pesticides on the trees, shrubs or the lawn is generally not a common practice on an extremely windy day. Then there are the risks of operating equip. There are so many machines for the variety of Commercial Landscaping tasks. Ranging from Motor Vehicles like trucks, to mowers, aerators, chain saws, woodchippers, weed eaters, blowers and the list goes on. Each machine can be dangerous if not operated as per the instructions. Not only a danger to the technician but also to customers that may unexpectedly be in the vicinity of the job. The Pugh's Earthworks team is always aware of their surroundings and of the proper machine operating procedures. Still there are plenty of reports of landscapers that suffer injuries each year. When building hardscapes, typically there is a lot of potentially hazardous steps involved. Things like operating a small backhoe, cement mixer, electric and plumbing work all have intrinsic dangers that are best handled by a certified landscape technician like the ones at Pugh's Earthworks. In summary, when you are in search of a talented and top-notch Commercial Landscaping company to design and maintain your property, take a look at the professionals at Pugh's Earthworks Every aspect of the industry trade has been addressed and is consistently practiced by each member of the Pugh's Earthworks team. Pugh's Earthworks Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures Pugh's Earthworks has a Safety Engineer on staff. His job is multipurpose and designed to make sure all landscape technicians are properly trained in all aspects of Commercial Landscaping Safety Procedures. He holds training classes periodically to pass along new industry guidelines and safety techniques. Below is a general job description for our Safety Engineer's Employee Training Program. General safety precautions for landscape workers in the field. Train workers to ensure that they understand all of the job hazards and can handle tools and [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks is a High-Quality Commercial Landscaping Company that is Committed to Excellence

Pugh's Earthworks has been Serving Commercial Landscape Customers Since 1992 Inflation is on everyone's plate currently. Business Owners are not excluded. Pugh's Earthworks is a High-Quality Commercial Landscaping company. Throughout the challenges of the pandemic which caused job shortages, supply chain issues making it difficult to obtain equipment parts, to the current high price of gasoline, our company has continued to provide top notch service to all of our customers. Research and interviews published from many Commercial Landscaping Companies reflect that all Landscapers are faced with the same issues. However, there is the common theme that whether a business owner utilizes the services of a professional landscaper or not, prices and supply chain issues for obtaining shovels, wheelbarrows, lawn equipment and plants is still a problem. Commercial Landscaping Companies are faced with the additional issues of obtaining lumber, steel, PVC Piping and Copper. All of these are critical materials used in creating Hardscapes and Softscapes for Commercial Landscapes. Pugh's Earthworks is a company with a strong foundation and a sincere commitment to customer satisfaction. We are built to last and align ourselves with business partners that have like interests and goals. One such partnership is with Flyline Search Marketing. Below is a past press release that explains the history of partnership.   Press Release: April 7, 2018 Competition is one of the many hurdles that all companies are faced with. As a result, and to advertise Premier Landscaping Service, the owners of Pugh’s Earthworks hired Flyline Search Marketing to deliver a comprehensive Internet Marketing program for the Earthworks organization. Further, the Pugh’s have previous working experience with Flyline. Subsequently, they had Flyline Search Marketing create a new website for Rosie’s Pest Control and approved a PPC program as well. The first task they gave to Flyline was to create a new, fully responsive website for Pugh’s Earthworks. Secondly, Flyline was assigned responsibility for managing social media, blogging and content and brand messaging for Earthworks. Flyline will also create a PPC program for Earthworks that will be strategically utilized. Above all, Flyline Search Marketing has built an excellent reputation over the past 14 years they have been in existence. For example, they are known for delivering outstanding results, excellent customer service and program strategies that consistently meet and exceed objectives. Flyline is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and serves a nationwide client base. Pugh's Earthworks Premier Landscaping Service Similarly, Michael Pugh was quoted as saying, “Adding Flyline as a strategic partner for Pugh’s Flowers, Rosie’s Pest Control and Pugh’s Earthworks, provides strategic advantages to the Pugh family.”  Likewise, the owner of Flyline, Mark Lein, was quoted as saying, “We love partnering with great families like the Pugh’s.  Most importantly, we always strive to align ourselves with high character organizations, such as the Pugh’s and their family-owned businesses.  Above all, we consider it a huge blessing to have the privilege to serve such a wonderful family.”   Pugh's Earthworks is a High-Quality Landscaping Company Pugh's Earthworks was built on a dream [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks Provides Expert Landscaping and Lawn Maintenance for Cemeteries

Pugh’s Earthworks Services Large Cemeteries in the Mid-South There are an estimated 108 cemeteries in Memphis TN. Pugh's Earthworks is a Preferred and Trusted Commercial Landscaping Company in the Memphis market. Landscaping and Lawn Maintenance for Cemeteries is a very unique practice and requires additional training and skill. In order to design a functional and appealing cemetery, the design steps used in traditional Commercial Property Landscape Design, are quite different. Pugh’s Earthworks offers landscaping, lawn maintenance and grounds maintenance services for cemeteries and funeral homes. Some of the largest and best-managed cemeteries in the mid-south have hired Pugh’s Earthworks. Our staff has the expertise and skill to professionally service these facilities. The process begins with members of the Pugh's Earthwork's Design Team meeting with the property owners. Clearly this is a critical step. Issues regarding proper land utilization and how to ensure long term functionality are discussed. As Cemetaries are places to visit loved ones, they need to be a place of serenity and calm. The Pugh's Earthworks team will work with the owners regarding the proper landscape and colors to be used for benches and fountains. Typically, colors that are more neutral are chosen. People generally do not prefer loud and bright colors. Next there are numerous decisions to be agreed upon when it comes to plants, trees, hardscapes, softscapes and fences. Again, as a Cemetery is a place of reflection, much consideration must be given to the trees and plants that are native to the region. Then deciding on walkways, fountains, lighting and flower beds comes into play. The professionals at Pugh's Earthworks take every step in this joint partnership with the owners very seriously. In the end, our team delivers every time and exceeds expectations. Signage is an important issue. Cemeteries especially large ones can be a maze to navigate. Without navigation signs, patrons can become frustrated. Of course, there are signs for multiple purposes like Directional, Information or even Temporary. Regardless of their purpose, each sign must be created to flow with the aesthetics of the Cemetery environment. Pugh's Earthworks also has the expertise to properly establish drainage systems to keep the Cemetery Landscape healthy, functional and beautiful. In addition, our team will also work closely with the owners regarding the expected grave capacity of the property. This is a critical design component. In modern times and in more populated parts of the world, land space has become a serious problem. Such things as Skyscraper Cemeteries that can house Urns of loved ones and Stacking of Coffins or burial in a vertical verses horizonal method are now being used. Land is a shrinking commodity. To summarize, the Professionals at Pugh's Earthworks are the folks to call if you are needing a Cemetery Design and ongoing Landscape Maintenance.   Pugh’s Earthworks is a large landscape and lawn maintenance firm. We own and operate 5 landscape offices, located in Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. Our firm has the precise equipment and personnel needed to deliver professional grounds maintenance services [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks Professionally Designs and Maintains Retail Center Landscapes

Pugh's Earthworks Can Handle Commercial Landscape Jobs of all Sizes Creating or Designing and Maintaining Retail Center Landscapes is a true art. There are so many elements that go into the work that most of us who go to Retail Centers do not have any idea of the effort involved. There is a social aspect of a Retail Center. Yes, people generally visit the Center to shop but there is also the socializing effect of being with family and around others. Not something that has been easy during the previous two years. In addition, if you are with someone that has the "shop until you drop" mentality, you definitely need some pleasing rest areas to catch your breath. Or maybe stay while your partner visits every store in the Center. There is a method to the design also that creates curiosity for patrons. For example, creating curved sidewalks and benches makes for a more aesthetically pleasing environment. Many Retail Centers built years ago used more of a straight line or rigid approach to designing sidewalks and sitting areas. Designing more curves makes the environment a little softer and less rigid. In the cold months of Winter, a nice and safe fire pit can add an element of the holiday spirit plus provide a place for shoppers to warm up and enjoy being outside. Parking lots are a key element to attracting repeat customers. Depending on what part of the country the Retail Center is located in, super-hot summer temperatures can make for very desolate patches of desert like concrete or asphalt. A professional Commercial Landscaping Company like Pugh's Earthworks will be able to design green areas to break up the parking lot and make it more appealing. They will know exactly what types of plants and trees to plant in the green areas to provide shade and beauty. Additional factors to consider with your Retail Center Landscapes are water fountains and color. Misting fountains that provide outdoor cooling for shoppers and moving water pools that provide beauty are always popular. Then planting the right flowers to highlight the walkways, pots and rest areas add beauty and freshness. Pugh's Earthworks has designed and maintained multiple Retail Center Landscapes in their Mid-South Region. Lighting is another important element of an effective Retail Center design. Shoppers will feel much safer if parking lots have ample and proper lighting. Not to mention navigation through the Retail Center is much easier if there is good lighting. A great Commercial Landscaping Company like Pugh's Earthworks will not only design mission critical lighting but also decorative lighting that adds some sparkle and fun to Retail Center Landscapes. In summary, as you start the process for choosing a Commercial Landscaping Company to design and maintain your Retail Center, please consult with Pugh's Earthworks. One of our many commercial property specialties is retail shopping centers. We have been taking care of retail shopping center landscape for decades, including parking lots, open areas, and indoor landscaping at shopping malls. Unlike [...]

Pugh’s Earthworks will Help with all Commercial Landscaping Including Proper Spring Lawn Fertilization

Pugh's Earthworks is a Mid-South Premiere Commercial Landscaping Company We are just about done with our last days of freezing temperatures. Spring is near and in fact most of the USA will be Springing Forward this weekend for Daylights Savings Time. Fresh plant growth and watching things turn green again is so enjoyable. This is also the time of year when Commercial Property Owners start to consider their landscape design for the upcoming summer season. One very import facet of landscape care is Spring Lawn Fertilization. Now is the time to recruit the experts at Pugh's Earthworks! Absent the use of a professional Landscaping Company, below are all of the items a Commercial Property Owner would need to consider for proper Fertilization. It is much more effective to call in the professionals. Lawns need fertilizer during the early spring when the grass begins to green up. Feeding the lawn, shrubs, flowers, and other aspects of your landscape promote growth while also strengthening the roots so the temperature changes aren't an issue. There are several ways to apply lawn fertilizer during the spring season. A spreader ensures more even coverage than fertilizing by hand. Also, hand fertilizing may result in burns where the fertilizer is concentrated and pale areas that don’t get as much fertilizer as they should. Try a broadcast or rotary spreader because they are easy to use and do not cause striping like a drop spreader. However, a drop spreader ensures that there is no chance of overthrow causing fertilizer to land on streets, sidewalks, or driveways. At the same time, a drop spreader requires two trips over the lawn at right angles. Apply the fertilizer and then thoroughly water the lawn. This rinses the fertilizer off the grass blades so they will not burn and lets the fertilizer sink into the soil to do its job. Keep people and pets off the lawn for 24 to 48 hours. There are different types of fertilizer that can be used. Slow release doesn't have to be used as often, but these are more expensive. Fast-release offers quick results, but you have to apply it in smaller amounts and more often. Your risk of burning your lawn increases. Weed and feed is another fertilizer option. You will need to be careful around trees, shrubs, and garden plants. You can use organic materials like compost and manure, but you will have to use a lot  Also, horse manure may contain weed seeds. Liquid fertilizers aren’t recommended because they are difficult to apply evenly and require frequent applications. Be sure to water the lawn a few days before you plan to fertilize. When you do apply the fertilizer, make sure the grass blades are completely dry to avoid burns. If you would like help with fertilizing and maintaining your commercial landscape, contact us now to find out how a monthly plan can ensure you enjoy a beautiful commercial landscape throughout the year that welcomes your visitors. Pugh's Earthworks Spring Lawn Fertilization [...]

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