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Memorial Gardens

Memorial Garden
Do you want to do something special in memory of a person you’ve lost?

To help you through your time of grief, we can plant a Memorial Garden for you and your family, full of beautiful plants that will bloom all season long to honor your loved one. We also include figurines in your garden, to add personal meaning to your new haven.

Each day as you walk this new path, the flowers will greet you with their fragrance and serenity, and the figurines will call back happy memories to aid in your healing. With the addition of a bench, you will have a place to sit and reflect, to rest and feel a depth of peace that you never knew existed before.

No one can get through such a difficult time alone, and you don’t have to. A Memorial Garden provides your family and friends with a place to come together, so you can share your memories and comfort each other in your pain, and it’s a place where you can connect with God so that He can walk you through this difficult chapter of your life.

The Memorial Gardens can be installed at your home, or you can have one planted at your church for the entire congregation to use in their times of need.

If you know someone who is grieving, and you want to give them a meaningful gift that will truly ease their suffering, a memorial garden in the persons honor can make a tremendous impact.

Contact Grosh's Lawn Service now by e-mail to schedule your memorial garden consultation for your home, nonprofit and church grounds.

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Tip # 284

Grosh's Lawn Service Tip of the Week # 284 September 22, 2019

When should you take your hummingbird feeders down here in the Hagerstown MD area?

A common myth says that if you leave your feeders up too long, hummingbirds will fail to migrate. This is simply not true. Hummingbirds migrate due to environmental cues. Every so often some will overwinter in Maryland. These birds either were blown off course or are inexperienced youngsters.

After October 1st, if you don't see any signs of hummingbirds visiting for 2 weeks, then it is usually safe to take down your feeders.

Contact Tom the Landscaper today at GroshsLawnService.com  for help with your landscaping and lawn care services here in the Hagerstown MD area and Washington County Maryland.

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