Mulching for weed control in your Bristol yard involves placing mulch materials over the top of the soil to aid in moisture retention.
When you walk by your flowerbeds or take a stroll around the perimeter of your outdoor space, you may notice that weeds are popping up all over the place. During the springtime, weeds tend to appear around the plants, trees, and flowers, and they may even come up in the middle of your lawn. Pulling weeds is time-consuming and back-breaking work, and property owners who have full-time jobs and families to attend to often find that they don’t have the time to handle this task. But leaving your yard untouched can cause the weeds to overtake your landscaping, taking nutrients from the plants that you actually want in the space.
Instead of spending another weekend in the yard pulling weeds, give us a call at Englewood Lawn & Landscapes to learn more about mulching for weed control. This option comes with a variety of benefits, including reduction in growth of new weeds, enhancement of the growth of your plants, and death of the weeds that have already popped up.
Mulching for weed control involves placing mulch materials over the top of the soil to aid in moisture retention, keep the soil cool, and improve the appearance of the garden. We offer mulching for weed control services in Bristol, Tennessee, so contact us to schedule a consultation. We’ll come out to your property and assess the need for weed control, and then develop the best plan that will eliminate weeds and keep them from coming back.
At Englewood Lawn & Landscapes, we offer mulching for weed control in Bristol, Chuckey, Church Hill, Colonial Heights, Elizabethton, Kingsport, Limestone, Mount Carmel, Piney Flats, Johnson City, and Unicoi, Tennessee, as well as Abingdon, Big Stone Gap, Bristol Gate City, and Weber City, Virginia.