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

January 25, 2018

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!

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

December 19, 2017

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 P…

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Christmas Light Show Design and Installation

December 1, 2017

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

November 1, 2017

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

October 8, 2017

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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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