Spring cleanup services just aren’t complete without bed edging and mulching.
There’s nothing like fresh bark mulch and a crisp lawn edge to wake up your yard from a long winter. The contrast of colored mulch against the emerging green leaves – and the wonderful smell of freshly spread mulch – is now a New England tradition.
Springtime is serious business at Trimmers Landscaping. We employ the latest in technology to make sure all our client’s properties are done quickly without sacrificing quality. Mechanical bed edgers cut deep “golf-course edges” in one pass; our bark blowing truck evenly applies a layer of mulch in less than one third the time it takes to do the same job with a wheelbarrow and a rake.
Sustainability in practice. Bed edging and mulching is more than just “a coat of paint” to pretty-up your yard in springtime, however. When it comes to your planting beds, mulching is the number organic method of plant health care.
- Less herbicide. A deep lawn edge prevents grass from creeping in; mulch prevents weeds from taking root as much as they would in bare soil.
- Less insecticide. Plants that are stressed are more susceptible to insect attacks. Bark mulch retains moisture in the soil; as a result, plants that are mulched less stressed from drought.
- More growth. When a plant’s roots retain moisture, stems and leaves grow faster. When plants grow faster, they shade out the bed surface – eventually requiring less weeding.
Our bark mulch is locally-sourced using natural wood products from New Hampshire. We use no ground-up pallets or construction wood, so you can be assured that it is the highest quality and chemical free.