Why does Parker's fertilize in November and December? Because when fall and late fall fertilization are practiced, lots of good things happen:
Disease and weed problems are usually less severe.
Late fall fertilization results in excellent early spring green-up and reduces the
need for an early spring fertilization with nitrogen.
Heat and drought tolerance are usually better, thus enhancing summer lawn quality.
Grass plants produces more root mass and a deeper root system, resulting in an overall healthier turf.
Our annual shipment of tulip bulbs from Holland is here! You won't get to enjoy these gorgeous blooms until next spring, but it'll definitely be worth the wait!
It's not too late to schedule daffodil installations for your property. Consider daffodil additions in drifts for natural area and as spring color in perennial flower and rose gardens. For more information, contact our horticulturist.
The Parker's team works year-round to keep your landscape looking its best. At this time of year, that means: Leaf Removal. We'll blow, rake, and sweep all necessary areas and remove all garden refuse from your property.