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Mulching

Grosh's Lawn Service offers mulching throughout the season to enhance the appearance of beds and the curb appeal of your home.

Nothing sharpens the appearance of a home or business like fresh mulch applied to the landscape. Having the right amount of mulch is critical to the health of your flowers & shrubs.

In most beds, we install a thick (3") layer of mulch for optimal appearance and plant health. Landscape beds with dense flowers & shrubs will receive a lighter layer, and no mulch will be placed against any tree or shrub trunk, so there’s no ugly ‘volcano’ mulching to detract from the appearance of your plants.

Beginning of the year mulching starts in February, and we schedule our mulching before spring annuals are installed or perennials come up, to ensure that our work is quick, thorough and effective.


This is what thick mulch (3" to 4") will do for your landscape beds and around your trees:
  • It will help retain vital moisture in the soil during drought conditions, so you spend less time and money watering your plants.
  • It helps maintain a more consistent soil temperature throughout the year, protecting your plants from cold and heat.
  • Mulch also helps to keep weeds from germinating and becoming eyesores.
  • It adds to the curb appeal of your home.
  • As it organically decomposing, mulch aids in replenishing the nutrients in your soil.
  • Mulch helps prevent water from running off of slopes.
Contact Grosh's Lawn Service now by e-mail to schedule your landscaping mulching service for your home, rental property, office, commercial property, summer 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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