Minimize weeds in your flower and landscape beds!

Mulch Bed Weed Control

Our Mulch Bed Weed Control Program is designed to minimize weeds in your flower and landscape beds, greatly reducing the need for the back breaking work of weeding.

Again, our Mulch Bed Weed Control Program is intended to GREATLY REDUCE the number of weeds in your planting beds. We cannot and Do not guarantee control of ALL weeds, and your good cultural practices I.E.: proper mulching, watering, and pulling the occasional weed is a must to get the most benefits from our program. We also need your help! Our horticulturist is well trained and familiar with most common garden plants as well as many uncommon varieties. If you have wildflower areas or exotic plants these should be brought to our attention. You know what they say “One man’s weed is another man’s flower”.

EARLY SPRING PRE-EMERGENT APPLICATION

The initial treatment we’ll apply a granular or liquid weed preventer, this forms a barrier on the soil surface to prevent up to 95% of weed seeds from germinating. This application WILL NOT control established or perennial weeds.

LATE SPRING POST-EMERGENT APPLICATION

By this time any weeds that were established prior to our initial treatment, off label and hard to control weeds and grasses are flourishing, our technician will spot treat these weeds and grasses with post emergent controls, again reducing the weeds in your gardens. Weeds growing through or very near desirable plants cannot be treated and should be pulled to prevent damage to your plants.

SUMMER PRE-EMERGENT APPLICATION

Similar to the early Spring treatment, but targeting cool season Fall and Winter annuals and perennials, such as annual bluegrass, chickweed, speedwell, and other weeds that germinated in late Fall and early Winter.

FALL POST-EMERGENT APPLICATION

Targets remaining weeds and tough to control weeds with Post-emergent spot treatment. Weeds growing through or very near desirable plants cannot be treated and should be pulled to prevent damage to your plants.