Category Archives: Lawn & Landscaping Services

Happy New Year from All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC!

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Happy New Year from all of us at All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC!!

2016 was a wonderful year for us, and we hope it was for you too!  We are looking foward to another year of servicing the Manassas and surrounding Virginia metro area in 2017 and are looking forward to continuing serving our valued clients in the new year and are Now Accepting new 2017 customers.


From Each of Us & All of You,

Happy New Year!

All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC

April Planting Tips

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April Planting Tips –

Spring is here and if you have been out in your yard surveying the landscape and starting to plan for a beautiful new spring season, you will quickly see that the trees and flower bulbs are blooming…and the weed seeds are sprouting.  Now is the best time to control the annual weeds early in your landscape, turf areas, and planting beds.

All perennial and annual weeds need to be removed – at All Season Landscaping & More LLC, we recommend only mechanical removal – not by the use of harsh weed killing herbicides for most.  Most annual weeds are easily removed at this time of year before they actually have the chance to develop strong root systems and most critically – create THOUSANDS of spreading seeds.  Perennial (return every year), weeds need their entire root system to be removed or they will come back.  It’s best to clean and rake your beds and then apply at least a two to three inch layer of new mulch – preferably shredded hardwood, cedar or pine down to mitigate new weed growth.  These mulches stay in place and shade the ground to prevent weed seeds from sprouting.  It’s best to get the weeds early before mowing season really starts.

Lawn weeds are a little tougher to control naturally, but there is a product called WOW made from corn gluten that is a natural pre-emergent weed control product for lawns.  This new product is pretty effective and kills weeds before they emerge, even before you even notice them. As it suppresses weeds, WOW! slowly releases nitrogen to feed your garden and keep it weed free!

Additional April Planing Tips

  • April 15th is typically considered the ‘last frost’ date for our area ZONE 7. It’s okay to plant annuals now, just protect new plantings from cold nighttime temperatures.
  • Begin weekly mowing routine.  But remember to cut fescue at 3” or higher to prevent brown out.
  • Mid April you can apply Milorganite to the lawn, and as an option… crabgrass preventer without fertilizer.
  • Apply new weed & feed to lawns and turf areas after weeds have appeared.
  • Seed or sod new lawns in April.
  • Define flower beds & turf edges.
  • Divide perennials & ground covers as needed.
  • Finish heavy pruning of Shrub Rose bushes.
  •  can plant container or box type Roses in April.
  • As daytime temperatures warm up, start spraying herbicides as needed. Always follow label instructions.
  • Spray Azalea, Rhododendron, Pieris & Pyracantha, if signs of lace bugs are present (follow label instructions).
  • Fertilize all blooming bulbs.
  • As bulbs finish blooming, divide & transplant as necessary.
  • April is a Great time to transplant trees & shrubs.
  • Start planting your new perennials in April.
  • Remember to water newly installed plant material & lawns, evenly & thoroughly (if no significant rainfall). Lawns need at least 1” of water weekly and plant material need a thorough watering until established.
  • Keep in mind that it’s best to plant when the soil is fairly dry. If you must plant when soil is wet, try using dry peat moss as an amendment to absorb excess water moisture.
  • Replenish or replace mulch around all  trees, shrubs & in bed areas to a depth of 3” to 4”.
  • Continue to prune any dead, broken or diseased branches from trees & shrubs, but consider each plant variety before heavy pruning this time of year.
  • Some plants require pruning before blooming or leafing out and some require pruning after they finish blooming or leafing out.
  • Keep in mind when planting…great bed preparation leads to great plant growth!
  • Service irrigation systems if needed.
  • As days get warmer, start feeding your pond fish.

Thinking about any Hardscapes plans (like decks, patios, fire pits, screen porches, etc.)? Call All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC today @ 571-208-6851 to discuss more April planting tips.


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Get Ahead of the Seasons with our Spring Cleanup Special!

Our team will help you take your home and business from the cold grey of winter into the bright, new colors of spring.  Learn more about our Spring Clean Up services and Special.  Contact All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC.

Spring Clean-Up Service for Businesses & Homeowners.

Expert Grounds Care Service Team

Cleaning up your lawn turf and landscape property for spring is a big back-breaking job. Our experts will handle it all for you.  Spring Clean-up Special Rates are available now.

We are landscaping and lawn care service Pros with services tailored to both residential and commercial properties.

We understand that you don’t have the time for this chore and that other priorities maybe be more valuable and schedule times are limited.

Don’t worry “We got your Back”.  Let Us take care of the Spring cleaning so that you can enjoy a beautiful, new season-ready property without the big hassle.

What does spring cleaning special include?

Our spring clean-up service involves taking several actions:

  • Clearing away leaves, branches, and clutter
  • Hauling away and composting debris
  • Mowing the grass
  • Re-edging and cleaning garden and flower beds
  • Redefining the borders of the lawn
  • Re-seed damaged areas of the lawn
  • Pruning and trimming trees and shrubs
  • Fertilizing and aerating the lawn
  • Providing post-emergent and pre-emergent weed control
  • Pest control treatments
  • Planting flowers

These tasks are not all of our services we offer — but just a few.  In fact, we will do much more until we get your lawn and landscaping looking its best, our team of landscaping and lawn care experts can handle  it all!  lawn equipment

Call the Experts and speak with our staff about our spring clean-up special to schedule an appointment to get your property looking its seasonal
best and transformed ready for spring.

Phone:  (571) 208-6851
Open Hours: Mon – Sun, 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Our team is dependable, experienced, timely, and professional. We know You may not have the time to spend cleaning and organizing your lawn and landscapes after the cold months, leave that to us…we can take care of it for you.

Don’t waste time & Save Money — Call All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC today!

Spring Has Sprung

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Spring has Sprung.

Spring flowers and April showers are arriving every day. The first day of spring was on March 19, 2016 in the Northern Hemisphere (according to the astronomical definition).  It is also called the Spring Quinox. Spring is one of the four temperate seasons and a transition weather period between Winter and Summer. Spring and “Springtime” refer to the season, and broadly to ideas of rebirth, renewal and regrowth.

All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC.  This Spring, We are very busy preparing for the new year and eager to continue providing great landscaping & lawn care services to our valued customers.

Talk with our Professionals Today to discuss how to make your Yard and Landscape a “Showstopper”.

  • Improve Home Curb Appeal
  • Add a New Specialty Water Feature to your Landscape
  • Build that New Hardscape Patio
  • Retaining Wall, Outdoor Kitchen area or beautiful Firepit
  • Add them all like a Pro with inspiration and guidance from our design experts.

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Give Us a call Today @ (571) 208-6851 for all your landscaping needs.  Our experts are happy to answer any questions you may have and look forward to hearing from you.

Below highlights our available services:

Design Options and Installations

  • Lawn and Landscape Design
  • Patios
  • Walkways
  • Outdoor Lighting
  • Water Features
  • Retaining Walls
  • Plants, Trees, and Shrubs
  • Mulch & Stone
  • Flower Beds & Gardens
  • More…

Yard Cleanup & Other Service

  • Garden Plot Preparation
  • Hydroseeding/Hydromulching
  • Tilling
  • Brush & Bush Hogging Cleanup
  • Tree Services, Tree Stump Removal
  • Leaf Removal
  • Topsoil, stone & gravel delivery
  • Other services…

Basic Maintenance

  • Lawn Mowing Cut, Trim, and Edging, Air Blow clipping debris

Turf Management

  • Aeration/Over seeding
  • Fertilizing services in Spring, Summer, Fall, and early Winter
  • Lime

Grub, Insect, Bug Control

Lawn Care Tips – March

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Lawn Care Tips for March – Getting Ready for Spring!

Start following these tips in March to be ready for the new growing season.  Give All Seasons Landscaping & More LLC  a call Today for more SPRING TIPS and lawn care information.  We’re Manassas’ BEST Price in Town.  Let Us Help You Make The Lawn Of Your Dreams.

Getting Mower Ready: Start the new lawn-care season by taking care of the mower blade.  First, Service your mowerbladesharpeningmower for service in early spring. This helps you beat the rush of others so your mower is in tip-top shape and ready when you need to use it. Check the mower blade to ensure it is sharp.  If not, sharpen the blade to get a crisp cut when used.

Starting a New Lawn from Seed: Starting a new lawn from seed is recommended in the Fall, however, you can also do it in spring. Just don’t wait too long or until late spring to start.

ForsythiaCrabgrass Attack: Because crabgrass and other annual weeds need to sprout from seeds each year, it’s best to apply a well-timed application of pre-emergence herbicide early…this easy step can do wonders for keeping these weedy pests at bay. Spread the pre-emergence herbicide as forsythia blooms in your area start to drop.

Aerating: If your lawn doesn’t grow well due to compacted soil, in springtime — when your grass is beginning active growth — is a great time to aerate your lawns soil. This loosens the soil, allowing grass roots to reach deeper for better growth and allows the soil to absorb moisture better for a healthier lawn.

Lawn Mowing: You can begin or start mowing once your grass when it reaches about 3 inches tall. Note:  It’s best to keep most grass turf types in Region 7 at least 3 inches tall — this helps the grass ward off weeds and allows it to better withstand summer drought.

fertilizingFertilizing: Fertilizing is essential!  If you do feed your lawn a couple of times a year, than a light application of new lawn food in early spring will help you get your lawn off to a great start. Note: remember to keep it light, and use a slow-release or organic fertilizer for best results. Secret:  You can wait to fertilize until your lawn needs its first mowing…then you can fertilize it after the 1st Grass Cut.