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The list of a few skills that a lawn care specialist must have to add value to our company are:
One must be in persuit of a high school diploma, or equivalent degree to be eligible to apply for the position of lawn care worker. One can also obtain a specialized degree in horticulture or landscaping to have better recruitment chances.
We are looking for applicants with at least one year of verifiable lawn care experience for recruitment. We are unwilling to invest in hiring freshers, and training them. Experienced candidates only.
What kind of work is involved in lawn care or landscaping?
You will be responsible for laying, trimming, mowing, watering, fertilizing, raking and digging lawns and backyards. Apart from that, these professionals are also responsible for installing sprinklers in the gardens and building concrete masonry units as well.
As your landscape maintenance company, we offer worry-free, full-service landscape maintenance programs that will ease your mind while we care for your property. Through onsite evaluation and consultation, we can do it all. Pruning, weeding, bed edging, mulching, tree trimming, floral design, and many more services come together to create beautiful, healthy landscapes that are envied by passers-by.
We are confident to offer an industry leading quality of cut through our mowing and mechanical edging services. Utilizing best management practices in height, pattern, and frequency of cut, we are able to provide outstanding results week in, week out. Whether you are going on vacation or need regular service, if a healthy, well-manicured lawn is what you desire in your lawn we have you covered.
Proper turf care is a delicate balance of grass plant nutrition and weed management. Our 6-Step Program is a great way to keep your lawn healthy and green. With the new option of our organic lawn care program, our clients can realize an even deeper truth to “desiring nice, green grass” than ever before. Let us turn your yard into a lush green lawn!
Looking to plant a trees or shrub? Maybe several? You’re making a wise decision. Trees and shrubs add much to our existence, including beauty, shade, oxygen, flowers, fruits, and more. They can provide screening to enhance your views. If strategically placed, trees and shrubs can reduce a home’s cooling costs. And it’s said that every healthy, mature tree adds $1,500 to the value of the property, per tree.
Below we’ll look at the four basic tree/shrub categories: evergreen, shade, ornamental, and fruit-bearing trees and shrubs.
Trees almost live forever, so you’ll need to make the best decisions possible based on our USDA Hardiness Zone (6a), the location on your property, the type of soil present, the amount of moisture generally found in that soil, and more.
Oh, this is an easy one: An evergreen is… “ever green.” In other words, it does not lose its leaves/needles. Many people love evergreens for this reason. (Actually, evergreens do lose their leaves/needles but do so gradually.) Trees and shrubs can both be evergreens.
SHADE TREES AND SHRUBS
A shade tree or shrub is grown for its ability to provide shade. In general, we’re talking about hefty trees with canopies that tend to spread out. Shade trees are usually deciduous, meaning they lose their leaves during dry conditions or during the winter. Shade trees and some shrubs can develop large root systems that can often damage foundations, so placement is critical.
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS
These generally have beautiful shapes, spring flowers, berries or seed pods, and produce nice fall colors. And they grow to a height of 5 to 25 feet. An ornamental tree can be a rose tree, or a grafted evergreen, or even a topiary evergreen. People sometimes use the small and dwarf trees to provide interest, define an entryway, or provide shade for a patio.
FRUIT BEARING TREES AND SHRUBS
Fruit bearing trees and shrubs that can grow in the Greater Indianapolis metro area. Don’t expect to harvest any coconuts or pineapples here in our USDA Hardiness Zone 6a. But there are many fruit-bearing trees and shrubs that will provide some of your favorite fruits.