Turf has specific pH requirement for optimum growth, and as we say it at ELM, “if you start from the ground up, together, we can make informed decisions about your lawn management”. For this reason, it is important to do annual soil tests in order to get the data for a soil specific program for your commercial landscape to properly dial in your fertilization and liming.
The hot summer months are coming! How will they affect your commercial property’s landscape? The summer months are when the curb appeal of your property is at its highest, and we wish to remind you of items to keep in mind to maintain your property’s value and appearance:
If you want to find a good resource of valuable nutrients and organic material for your soil, think twice when you are about to get rid of grass clippings!
The weather can have a big impact on your plants. Winter and it’s cold temperature are very serious problems. It does not only affect leaves and needles, but also twigs and branches (which sometimes cannot be brought back to life).
Believe it or not, in your landscape, there are several moving parts which need constant attention: landscape maintenance, irrigation, turf applications, pest management, and plant health care (between many others). For all of these needs you need the integrated approach of a comprehensive landscape service provider.
With temperatures rising, there is a wind of change coming to your property. It is time to walk through your commercial property, and call your landscape professional in order to assess winter’s impact. During this walkthrough, it is a great time to discuss site enhancements for the upcoming season.
Do you have multiple service providers for your commercial property? If your answers is yes, this is the time to start thinking about the benefits of having a single-source provider for all of your needs. It is beneficial for your site to have one single point of contact in order to meet your goals and expectations.
This is the time of the year when you should start thinking about your commercial property. It is almost March and there may be snow on the ground. When it melts you will want review any potential winter damage and for ways to enhance the curb appeal of your property. Reach out to your landscape professional for suggestions on site enhancements.