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Kirk Recognized For Contributions to Green Allies Organization

Kirk at Green Allies GalaKirk was recognized at the Green Allies Gala at the Althouse Arboretum on October 6th, 2018 for his company contributions to this amazing organization over the last 4 years. Kirk has donated his time at the Althouse Arboretum in Pottstown which is owned and run by the Green Allies organization. So…

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Sept 15th is National Aerate Your Lawn Day

Aerate Your Lawn DayMillions of people each year contact a landscape professional to have a service called "lawn aeration" conducted at their house. That is because lawn aeration service is the single best thing you can do to improve your turf. It reduces soil compaction, improved fertilizer and water uptakes and pro…

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Things To Do In and Around The Garden in September

September is a month of transition between the seasons for many. It often provides sun and warmer day temperatures for the summer lovers and cooler night temperatures and foliage starting to change for the fall lovers. Not to mention pumpkin spice lattes! September is also a transition period fo…

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3rd Annual Scholarship Awarded to OJR Senior

KLC Scholarship Personal Plaque

On Thursday, May 31st 2018, Kirk attended the Owen J. Roberts Senior Awards Ceremony to award the third annual Kirk's Lawn Care Excellence in Horticulture award to Zaria McDonough. She intends to study interior design and integrate her impressive horticulture skills into her work. She received a $…

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Lawns Can Do That?

April is the month to celebrate all of what lawns do for us everyday. They help keep things quieter and cooler. Not to mention providing the oxygen we need to breathe. Here are a few facts about what grasses do for you.

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A Look At Americans' Lawn Care Knowledge

April is national lawn care month. Millions of homeowners will get their lawns ready for spring this month however studies show that you may be overconfident in your ability to properly care for your lawn. This infographic lays out Americans' lawn care knowledge.

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Myths vs. Reality: How to Get Your Lawn in Top Shape this Spring

Have you ever wondered when the right time to apply fertilizer to your yard is or whether it’s ok to cut the grass really short?

To help homeowners get their spring and summer lawn care off to a great start and to celebrate National Lawn Care Month in April, the National Association of Landscap…

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5 Reasons Winter Is The Best Time To Plan The Year's Gardening

5 Reasons Winter Is The Best Time To Plan The Year

It’s cold, drab and sometimes snowy. You may be envisioning warm, sunny drives with your windows down right now. However, if you're an avid gardener, you may be dreaming of colorful, beautiful blooms in your summer garden. Why wait until then? Begin planning this year’s garden now!

5 reasons…

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Let Us Carry-Out, Pick-up and Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Schedule Kirk's Lawn Care to carry-out, pick-up and recycle your undecorated cut Christmas tree after this New Year's. In cooperation with GreenAllies, a non-profit organization that runs and maintains the Althouse Arboretum in Pottstown, your picked-up Christmas tree will be chipped by Upper Pot…

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Christmas Light Show Design and Installation

Christmas Light ShowKirk's Lawn Care has teamed up with Colonial Gardens in Phoenixville to create a spectacular Christmas event for the whole family! With Kirk's years of holiday lighting expertise, he has designed and installed a computerized Christmas light show synchronized to music. After hundreds of hours of wor…

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Kirk Was Featured in Landscape Management Magazine

Landscape Management ArticleThe November 2017 issue of Landscape Management Magazine, a national trade publication, features a familiar face on page 60. Yes, Kirk was fortunate enough to be asked by its editors to publish an article about all things Kirk. The article discusses his education and work background, how he started…

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3 Reasons To Mow Your Lawn Until Frost

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It's early fall and you think your lawn mowing may be coming to an end. Depending upon the weather, you may be wrong! Generally, grass doesn't slow its growth until the daily high temperature falls below 50°F. Grass stops growing after the first hard frost. Frequent mowings until the grass stops g…

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Kirk's Lawn Care Featured in Green Industry Pros Magazine

Green Industry Pros 2017 Article

The May/June 2017 issue of Green Industry Pros Magazine, a national trade publication, features a familiar face on page 24. Yes, Kirk was fortunate enough to be asked by its editors to run a three page article with the headline "Tech-Savvy and Customer Centric". The article discusses a variety o…

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2nd Annual Scholarship Awarded

KLC Award 2017 PlaqueOn Thursday, June 1st 2017, Kirk attended the Owen J. Roberts Senior Awards Ceremony to award the second annual Kirk's Lawn Care Excellence in Horticulture award to Kristian Lederer. He received a $200.00 check, a personal plaque and his name added to the perpetual plaque that is hung on the wal…

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Kirk Named January Volunteer of the Month at Althouse Arboretum

Source: Althouse Arboretum
Kirk Brown first learned about GreenAllies and the Althouse Arboretum on Facebook less than two years ago and reached out to see how he could help.  His initiation to GreenAllies was when he became one of the volunteers who helped with the initial demolition work on our fa…

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What Does Swiss Cheese and Lawns Have in Common?

You may be asking yourself, what does a sandwich staple like swiss cheese that has been around for over 700 years have in common with your home lawn? I'll admit, probably not the best conversation starter outside the state of Wisconsin. There are however more similarities than you probably realize between the two American obsessions. They are both made up of bacteria, they both smell when cut and after this hot and dry summer, they may both be yellow.

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Kirk's Lawn Care Presents First Scholarship to OJR Senior

Kirk Brown, president of Kirk's Lawn Care and Owen J. Roberts horticulture program alumnus, created an annual scholarship award and is designated for a student who has participated in the horticulture program and has displayed an exemplary attitude and extraordinary skill development. The horticul…

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Time to Think Mulch!

MulchingMarch has arrived and it is time to start thinking spring and the mulching that comes with it. If you are not looking to fork in yourself this year, consider us to complete your spring clean-ups, bed edging and mulching. Our skilled team pay close attention to detail including mulching under plants …

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Seeking Lawn Mowing Accounts for 2016

Kirk's Lawn Care is seeking new residential, commercial and HOA lawn mowing accounts for the 2016 season. Contact us for additional details.

2015 Charity Challenge & Company Picnic Huge Success

It was a beautiful 73 degree day for a company picnic at Colonial Gardens on Saturday Sept. 26th 2015. We had a great turnout for this annual event. We would like to thank all of our customers, vendors, employees and other business friends for attending.

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