Trimming

​Trimming of ornamental trees and shrubs can be performed twice a year in both June to July and late September to early October.  However, each shrub has its own ideal season and method of pruning. Not every shrub can be pruned or trimmed the same way.


  • Allows your plant to grow healthy and retain its natural shape.
  • Promotes fresh growth, more flowers, and an overall stronger shrub.
  • Not trimming your shrubs can result in the interior branches of your plant to not get adequate sunlight or nutrients. Essentially, the shrub becomes too big to support itself, so it begins to decay or thin out. 



Property Maintenance 

Aeration

​Core aeration can be performed twice a year in both April and October to improve air flow in the soil.  Aerating breaks up the compacted soil, and the holes they leave behind encourage healthy root growth and improve access to water and nutrients for the grass.


Benefits of Aeration: 
  • Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere
  • Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance.
  • Enhanced thatch breakdown.​ 
Grub Control
 
Grubs are one of the most damaging types of lawn pests. Grubs are the immature form (aka larvae) of scarab beetles. These beetles often lay their eggs in lawns, burying eggs beneath the soil surface. When those eggs hatch, hungry grubs come out and start to feed on your lawn’s roots. Without a robust root structure, your grass will die.


Our Grub Prevention Program offers a quick and highly effective solution to grub infestations. The application will reduce the population of grubs in the soil. Our grub control applications also keep your lawn protected, offering long-lasting, residual protection against sub-surface insects.
 

Our Maintenance Work Speaks for Itself

There’s nothing more important than your house’s landscape, so we tackle every project like it was our own. This commitment to landscape excellence has resulted in a list of very satisfied clients. We’d love to add your name to it.
Fertilization and Weed Control Programs

​Our custom fertilizer and weed control program, consists of four (4) applications throughout the year, allowing us to eliminate weed problems as they occur and to keep your lawn nutrient-rich at all times.. 


​Fertilizer performs the following crucial roles:
  • Increases root systems and promotes new grass growth
  • Helps grass recover from sustained traffic and harmful pest damage
  • Replaces nutrients lost from drought and mowing​
Weekly Lawn Cutting
 
​Weekly lawn cutting will be performed from April 1st through November 30th, weather permitting. Property will be maintained on a weekly basis with a grass height of approximately 3” to 3.5” during the growing season.
 


  • Grass will be cut on a weekly basis and all clippings will be bagged and hauled away.
  • Weekly line trimming around trees, landscape beds, and light poles.
  • Weekly edging of all parking lots and walk ways.
  • Weekly pick up of debris and garbage in landscape beds and around the property
Spring and Fall Clean Up

​Spring and Fall is when there is a definite need to prepare the lawn for the upcoming summer or winter. Camphouse Country Landscaping offers both spring and fall cleanup services so that your lawn is always at its best.


  • Spring bed clean up will be performed in late March or early April, weather permitting, and includes debris removal, cutting down of Ornamental Grasses, trimming of Rose bushes, and cutting down any perennials.  

  • ​Fall bed clean up will be performed in November and includes debris removal, cutting down the perennials that will benefit from fall removal, and remove fallen leaves.
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Overseeding

​Overseeding can be performed twice a year in both April and October to improve your lawns
overall health and appearance. Simply explained, lawn overseeding is a process of spreading grass seed over the already existing turf.
Benefits of Overseeding:
  • Filling in areas of turf damaged by summer stress, diseases or insects
  • Thickening and increasing the density of thin lawns
  • Enhancing the lawn’s ability to fight insects and diseases​