Spring & Fall Clean Ups
Spring Clean Ups
Spring clean ups are a very important step to ensuring you have a beautiful garden, lawn and outdoor space all year long. Our team will come in and thoroughly clean up your entire property, addressing and remedying problem areas so that you can make the most of your outdoor space. Spring clean ups help your garden and lawn get a healthy jump start to the upcoming growing season as well as cleaning your outdoor space so it looks its absolute best!
Spring clean ups are usually done late March until the end of April. Our team works quickly, efficiently and, most importantly, very thoroughly to bring your property back to life after a long winter. Spring clean ups can be tailored to your specific needs but typically include:
- Pruning, trimming and shaping shrubs/bushes
- Collecting and disposing of accumulated debris and waste
- Collaborate closely with your team members
- Cleaning all leaves on property including from hedges, bushes and shrubs
- Unwrapping and removing all burlap and stakes that protect plants
- Cultivate, edging and weeding all garden beds
- Fertilizing garden beds and turning over soil
- De-thatching lawn areas as required
- First lawn cutting of the season
- Top-dressing, over seeding, aerating, fertilizing lawn as required
- Pressure washing front entrance, walkways, driveways, garages as requested
- Sealing concrete, interlocking, and patio stones as requested
Fall clean ups are a necessary step to getting your property ready for the winter season and making sure it stays healthy all winter long until spring arrives. Our skilled team will come in to efficiently and comprehensively clean up your outdoor space, making sure that your lawn and garden go into the winter hibernation season prepared for the snow and cold temperatures.
Fall clean ups are usually done late October until early November. Our team works very thoroughly to prepare your property for a long winter. Fall clean ups can be tailored to your specific needs but typically include:
- Cleaning all leaves from entire property
- Pruning all perennials and trimming all bushes and shrubs, which increases
their chance of survival through cold Ontario winters as well as readies them
for explosive growth during spring.
- Removal of all annual flowers and emptying pots and planters
- Final cultivation and edging of garden beds
- Fall aeration, which softens the ground allowing more water to penetrate and
get through the soil causing less water build up and pooling
- Final cut of the lawn at an appropriate height, which ensures that it stays
thick healthy and moist all winter long
- Winterization of shrubs and plants. This is especially important for young or
delicate plant material and includes wrapping sensitive plant material with
burlap and hilling roses to protect them from the cold.