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Atlanta Ornamental Tree and Shrub Care

The right care for your ornamental trees and shrubs.

There’s nothing like the beautiful blooms and gorgeous greenery of ornamental trees and shrubs. As part of our Gold and Platinum plans, we’ll help keep them healthy, strong, and looking their best.

Pest and Disease Protection, All Year Round

Harmful insects and funguses love the climate in the Atlanta area. The fungicides and insecticides we use protect against disease and damage from our area’s most common warm-weather threats.
Dormant oils, applied in the winter, take care of insects that overwinter in trees and shrubs, preventing springtime infestations.

Seasonal Fertilization

We apply a foliar fertilizer in the growing season to promote healthy, green foliage. Winter fertilization feeds the root systems during the dormant season so that trees and shrubs thrive in spring.

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Deer eating vegetation in lawn
Tuesday August 20, 2019

How to Protect Your Lawn from Deer Damage

Yes, deer are lovely to look at. But the damage they can do to ornamental trees, shrubs, and other plants is not. Though there’s no sure-fire way to completely deer-proof your yard, there are several measures you can take to deter them, and the bigger your bag of tricks the better. Here are a few of the many popular approaches to keeping Bambi at bay. Wrap Young Trees During Fall….

Monarch butterfly on zinnia flower.
Tuesday June 4, 2019

Attract Butterflies to Your Garden with These Plants

Nothing feels more like summer than seeing butterflies floating around a colorful Atlanta garden. And since Georgia is home to a number of butterflies like monarchs, painted ladies, tiger swallowtails, and black swallowtails, it’s relatively simple to attract them to your lawn. In addition to adding beauty to your outdoor space, they will pollinate your flowers and help sustain a healthy garden. Below, we’ve listed a few flowers that are…

Close-up of celosia bloom.
Friday May 24, 2019

Grow These Hardy Plants for Flowers All Summer

Though it’s late spring, it’s not too late to plant flowers for mid- to late-summer blooms. We’ve rounded up a few that require little maintenance and will yield beautiful flowers to enjoy during the hot months ahead. With these varieties, add color to your outdoor space or cut them for an arrangement you can enjoy inside your home as well. Zinnias. These hardy flowers are southern classics for a reason….