Give your lawn attention as the seasons change
Fall provides the perfect opportunity to tend to your lawn as we enter this important growth period. Organic fertilization is essential for maintaining a healthy and attractive lawn as grass needs to absorb nutrients to develop deep root systems and to store nitrogen for the long winter months ahead. Bert Malagisi, Gerbert & Sons’ Supervisor of Lawn Maintenance, brings over 35 years of expertise to lead our team of lawn specialists in providing the highest level of care for your property. They will review the condition of your lawn and suggest the best strategies for continued success as we enter into cooler seasons, from fertilization to aerating or overseeding. Now is the time to plan your fall care to ensure your lawn looks its absolute best when spring rolls back around next year.
To prune or not to prune
When to prune is every bit as important as what to prune to keep your shrubs and trees at their optimal health. Careful and appropriately planned pruning encourages new growth, maintains the overall desired shape, and is necessary to remove damaged or diseased limbs, and our experts will determine the best season for each type of planting. In the case of flowering shrubs such as our stunning New England hydrangeas, pruning needs to be carefully timed so the plants return in the spring with colorful and abundant blooms. Some species require pruning after their blooms have faded, while others bloom the following season only on “old wood”, so it is vital that these be attended to with our professional knowledge and care for abundant and beautiful results every year.
Contact the team at Gerbert & Sons to skillfully tend to all of your landscaping needs.