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Premium Lawn Care Services in St. Charles County
Are you in need of an affordable and reliable lawn care service? Greenside Lawncare provides the highest quality lawn care and landscaping services in St. Charles, O’Fallon, St. Peters and surrounding cities. If your looking for that project to give your lawn or landscaping a new look we offer a variety of services that can help you accomplish your goals.
We provide tailored weekly and biweekly mowing services fit to your lawn’s needs. Request a free quote and see how we can meet your landscaping needs.
Enhance your lawn’s curb appeal and boost its moisture retention with rock and mulch landscaping. Contact us today to learn more and request a free quote.
Keep those bushes in check with one of our bush trimming service plans. Request a free quote today.
Give your lawn the nutrients it deserves! Aerating and dethatching before and after the season can provide your lawn with added benefits to support overall growth.
During the winter months, Greenside Lawn Care offer customizable commercial and residential snow removal packages. Learn how a snow removal package can keep your home or business safe.
What is truly best for landscaping bed rock or mulch? Rock can save you money by not having to replace like mulch year after year; however, the loss of moisture absorption by mulch the plants will suffer up to a 50% loss of growth rate compared to plants planted in mulch. Learn the difference so you can make the best decision for your landscape.
Is Pennington grass seed better than Scott’s grass seed? Or, is it the other way around? Both companies claim to have the best grass seed, but which is the right choice for your lawn? Greenside Lawn Care ran a three week experiment comparing grass seed types from Pennington, Scott’s, and regular seed.
In order for your St. Charles County lawn to grow thick, evenly, and, most importantly, healthy, you’ll need to adhere to the following seasonal lawn maintenance tips.
While it may seem counterintuitive, winter is the perfect time to get your lawn in shape for the warmer months. See how you can prep your lawn for the upcoming season.
Are you interested in upgrading your home’s landscaping but are unsure of what plants to use? The first thing to determine is which Plant Hardiness Zone you live in so you can pick the right plants for your home’s landscaping.
Not sure which type of grass is best for your home’s lawn? The first step is to find out which grass zone you’re in and what grass type will meet your lawn care needs. Learn whether your home needs Cool Season, Transition Zone, or Warm Season grasses.