How to Kill Weeds in Flower Beds
You’ve finally done it! The shrubs have been trimmed. Mulch has been laid. Now you can step back and relish in the beauty of your landscaping.
Then one day you walk outside to find grass and weeds growing in your flower beds.
You call our company and schedule a bush and bed service. Our team removes the invading grass and weeds by hand. You are relieved once again.
Then one day you walk outside to find grass and weeds growing in your flower beds . . . again! You then ask yourself, “How can I break this cycle?”
The answer is to treat your flower beds consistently with weed control. It sounds simple, but flower bed weed control has to be a priority in your lawn care schedule.
Weed control comes in two common forms: pulling and spraying.
With pulling, you are addressing what can be seen on the surface. With common weeds, you may or may not pull out the roots. The intertwined and complicated root system of grass (like Bermuda grass) makes it almost impossible to remove the roots.
The second option is to spray the invaders. Over time, this is the best method because it directly attacks the root system. Now, you could purchase a bottle of weed control and treat as-you-go; but, as you kill one weed, another will take its place. The proper solution is to treat the area consistently so the soil will not harbor weeds.
Addressing this problem, we have decided to offer a new Flower Bed Weed Control service. Here are some of the benefits.
- A concentrated and more effective weed control chemical
- Timely and consistent treatments (set it and forget it)
- Cost savings over time (less time and money to remove weeds)
If you are interested in this service, we encourage you to either call our office or speak to your lawn technician. We will schedule a free consultation to review your landscaping to ensure that the right areas are being targeted. As always, this service is backed by our satisfaction guarantee.
Thank you for allowing us to serve you and your home. We believe that this new service will enhance the beauty of your property and will add peace of mind to your lawn care needs.