The perennials where covered in weeds and they didn’t grow well under there. The plants need some TLC. Our job was to remove the overgrown weeds and brush.
Rose bushes I pruned in the spring
Stanley Ave. Yard
After planting and making bed. I added compost and tilled. Finally we seeded the areas where the grass is thin from being walked on.
Trimmed overgrown spireas back so they can all grow evenly next spring.
Bye Bye Grubs!
Tilled front lawn to soften up the grass for removal of lawn and 4′ of old soil as this lawn was infected with grubs. New sod was laid.
Front Yard Cleanup
Spring clean up: weeding and mulching.
This small property had out of control goutweed. We dug up as many rhizomes as possible, then tilled + raked the rest of the area.
Clean up of garden beds in a backyard in New Edinburough
Grubs, Racoons, & Dogs
A dead cedar needed to be replaced at a home in the south end.
We removed a rose bush from in front of a window, as it had been obstructing the view.
Front yard – ensuring your lawn is kept neat and tidy, all season long!
Tree Removal Clean up
The city removed a tree and left it in this state. Fitzgerald Landscaping came to the rescue!
There will be more to come as the 2018 season progresses.
Meadowbrook before cleanup and after cleanup. Mulch and annuals not done yet in photos.
Real Estate Ready
The original walkway had been badly built, leading to chipmunks making a nest under the walkway. We dug out the sinking walkway and put in a proper base. We replaced the slabs with pavers of the client’s choosing.
Never worry about coming home to a driveway covered in snow again!
Additional samples of projects from Fitzgerald Landscaping’s second season in business.