Did you know our area received over 40 inches of snow in just the last two storms alone?
Lowe's Landscaping Services, LLC has worked hard keeping our commercial lots and residential driveways open during these back-to-back Nor’easters and continue to stand ready should we have another.
Once the snow melts, we will be working diligently to clean-up all the damaged trees and downed limbs that came down due to the heavy wet snow.
If you have storm damage and/or need early spring clean-up please contact us today!
Last season clients contacted us for an estimate of a new walkway install. The only way they could get from their back yard patio to the front lawn was through their garden. After a brief consultation and free estimate, we went straight to work!
We designed a curved pea stone walkway and drew an outline where it would go so the client would have a pretty good idea of what it would look like before construction began.
After the client approved the design and location we excavated 6 inches of topsoil for the 50 foot long, 3 foot wide walkway.
Landscape fabric was laid down on the subsoil to inhibit weed growth. Six inches of slate grey 3/8” pea stone was then spread in place and black metal edging was installed along the walkway to hold the stone in place.
Lastly, the garden bed around the walkway was finished off with a fresh layer of hemlock mulch. The area was then ready for new plantings!
Spring is coming and it'll be time to repot our household plants. Keep all of the soil where it belongs with the help of a common coffee filter. Simply line the bottom of the pot with the filter first and then add your soil. The filter keeps the drainage holes free from clogging and lets the water through, not the soil. Give it a try!
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