General services

Regular Maintenance

  • Pruning
  • Fertilizer Programs and applications
  • Mulching
  • Mowing & Vertical Mowing
  • Aeration
  • Lawn Renovations
  • Seeding- Slice Seeding & Top Seeding
  • Leaf Clean-up
  • Gutter Cleaning
  • Tree Removal


  • Landscape Design
  • Planning & Layout
  • Flower/Plant Bed Design & Installation


  • Walkways
  • Stone Walls
  • Patios
  • Outdoor Fire Places/Pits

Irrigation & Drainage

  • Irrigation System Installation
  • Pipe & Head Repair
  • Drainage Installation & Repair

Snow Removal

  • Snow Removal
  • Sand Applications
  • De-Icing Applications
Not on the list? Ask us.

Specialized services

Soil Testing.

Prior to plant installation and maintenance, we collect samples of your soil and send them out to our labs for testing. Like any living organism, a plant needs optimal nutrition in which it will grow healthier and more vigorously than those in inadequate soil. Your soil is tested for it's nutrients, pH, fertility and lead content. Upon testing results, we will be able to recommend plants that will grow best in your soil and will be able to more accurately prescribe a fertilization program custom to your plants.

Cultural Practices.

Environment can make or break the plant, literally. A controlled environment is one that will produce healthy, happy plants which will make a big difference in the longevity of your investment. Choosing compatable plants for compatable environments is important. Plants have species-specific needs; soil moisture levels, soil type, placement, competition just to name a few. Identifying and providing for these needs will make the plant live a long, disease/pest free life.

Which pests are up to no good in your yard?

Mapping and monitoring of various pests in your yard is important to the health and sustainability of the plants in your outdoor space.

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Thatch in Your Lawn: What This Means?

Thatch is a buildup of decomposing grass, small twigs and other ogranisms that collect and create a impenatrable netting between the plant (grass) and soil making it difficult for the lawn to drain and breathe properly. Vertical mowing cuts through this netting, allowing for nitrogen to escape and proper drainage and nutrition returns to the soil.


Middletown, CT - I knew on the day Jim came out to the property for my consultation that we would be good friends for a long time. He knows what he is doing; it's as simple as that."