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Pine Straw Wilmington NC Installation Services

Bail Of Pine Straw Ready To Be Used In A Planter Bed

Tried And True Way To Prevent Weeds

Invasive weeds can be an ongoing headache for homeowners. One tried and true way to prevent weeds from sprouting up around the base of your trees, shrubs, and plants is by laying down a cover of pine straw and pine needles. In addition to limiting weed growth, a bed of pine straw can also promote a healthier landscape by keeping moisture in the soil and reducing soil erosion. Installing pine straw can add beauty to your property and benefit your landscaping in many ways. In order to reap the maximum benefits from a pine straw installation, contact Lawn Care Wilmington NC for assistance. Our experts can help you determine the best way to achieve the results you are looking for both aesthetically as well as functionally. We offer professional pine straw installation services and continuous maintenance to ensure your property continues to look lively and beautiful year after year.

Pine Straw Installation

Pine straw offers suitable ground cover for a range of different purposes. While it is often installed around the base of trees and shrubs to prevent the growth of weeds, it can also be used as a decorative element to delineate areas of landscaping. Although pine straw is relatively easy to install, hiring a professional to assist with the installation can guarantee optimal results with minimal hassles. Our team will work with you to determine how much ground cover is needed and where it will serve you best. Normally, we install a layer of pine straw that is roughly 3 inches thick, but this may be adjusted according to your needs. We make sure that the pine straw is laid out in a manner that is aesthetically pleasing and impactful. If you have any questions about our pine straw installation services, feel free to get in touch with us for more information.

Pine Straw Maintenance

Very little maintenance is needed in order to maintain pine straw beds once they have been installed. Following a storm or a windy day, you may need to rake or blow any errant pine needles back into place to preserve a clean edge. Because pine straw eventually decomposes over time, more should be added approximately once or twice per year to maintain proper ground coverage. There is no need to remove existing pine straw unless you are planning to renovate your landscape. As the pine straw breaks down, it enriches and acidifies the soil which can be a good thing for many different species of plants, trees, and shrubs that thrive in acidic soil conditions. Our company will be happy to help you with the annual maintenance of your pine straw beds for your convenience. If you would prefer to leave your yard work to the professionals, give us a call and we will be happy to help you find a lawn care and landscape maintenance package that addresses your key concerns. Our experienced team delivers quality care for your yard at an affordable cost to save you time and money.

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