BEFORE: The remains of the winter - gumballs, leaves, debris, and last year's liriope growth. Jon's Lawns was called to give the property some TLC and a spring cleaning.
AFTER: Perennial cut-backs, weeding, a full debris clear-out and triple-shredded bark mulch has this property looking ship-shape.
7/1/2018 09:37:39 pm
It’s that time of the year again when it’s forgivable to make a lot of noise cutting lose branches from trees and trimming edges to make it appear more neat. Spring cleaning can be fun when done in large groups in communities. Oddly, I just want to immortalize the beauty of colorful trees and I am 100% sure this can’t just happen at any other time of the year. If there’s a way for me to preserve a tree’s purple rose or yellow and orange blossom, I am going to do it so I will have something to look at and relax on months that are not as friendly.
8/9/2018 09:38:32 am
Spring clean up can be so rewarding! Set the foundation for great beds all summer. Great job!
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