Annual Calendar of Services 2018

January

  • Leaf removal
  • Begin select pruning of Crape Myrtles
  • Begin lifting street trees
  • Blowing and general clean up

February

  • Continue select pruning of Crape Myrtles and lifting street trees
  • Begin cutting back ornamental grasses
  • Begin cutting Junipers and ground covers near hard surfaces
  • Blowing and general clean up
  • Turf treatment of Bermuda grass at entrance, end of month or early March


March

  • Spot mowing, depending on previous winter weather
  • Weed eating and blowing if mowing occurs
  • Hard surface edging every other week if mowing
  • Continue cutting back ornamental grasses
  • First treatment of Centipede grass for Homeowners and Common areas with potassium, pre-emergent and post-emergent herbicide
  • Start initial audit of irrigation systems 
  • Begin fertilizing shrubs and street trees
  • Begin pine straw applications: On common, tree, patio homes, Brocton & Town houses

April

  • Weekly mowing, weed eating and blowing (depending on previous winter weather)
  • Retention pond mowing (every other week)
  • Edging of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed edging alternating of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Continue fertilizing shrubs
  • Bed weed control

May

  • Weekly mowing, weed eating and blowing 
  • Retention pond mowing (every other week)
  • Edging of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed edging alternating of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed weed control
  • Begin pruning pass #1 (depending on previous Spring weather)
  • Turf treatment of Bermuda grass at entrance
  • Cut North and South perimeter and Willowgreen berms and Merestone natural area if authorized
  • Mow mega berm weekly (weather permitting 4 cuts)

June

  • Weekly mowing, weed eating and blowing 
  • Retention pond mowing (every other week)
  • Edging of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed edging alternating of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed weed control
  • Continue pruning pass #1 (weather permitting)
  • Turf treatment of Bermuda grass at entrance
  • Turf treatment of Centipede grass (consists of complete analysis fertilizer and post-emergent herbicide as needed)
  • Inspect irrigation systems 
  • Re-program irrigation systems based on seasonal weather conditions
  • Mow mega berm weekly (weather permitting 5 cuts) 

July

  • Weekly mowing, weed eating and blowing 
  • Retention pond mowing (every other week)
  • Edging of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed edging alternating of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed weed control
  • Mow mega berm weekly (weather permitting 4 cuts)


August

  • Weekly mowing, weed eating and blowing 
  • Retention pond mowing (every other week)
  • Edging of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed edging alternating of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed weed control
  • Turf treatment of Bermuda grass at entrance

September

  • Weekly mowing, weed eating and blowing 
  • Retention pond mowing (every other week)
  • Edging of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed edging alternating of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Bed weed control
  • Begin pruning pass #2 depending on time of pruning pass #1 (weather permitting)
  • Mow mega berm weekly (weather permitting  5 cuts)

October

  • Spot mowing (depending on current season's weather)
  • Retention pond mowing (every other week)
  • Weed eating and blowing when mowing
  • Edging of hard surfaces (every other week)
  • Continue pruning pass #2 if needed  (weather permitting)
  • Last turf treatment of Bermuda grass at entrance
  • Last turf treatment of Centipede grass (consists of potassium fertilizer, pre and post emergent herbicide)
  • Cut North and South perimeter and Willowgreen berms if approved
  • Inspect irrigation systems based on seasonal weather
  • Re-program irrigation systems based on seasonal weather 
  • Mow mega berm weekly (weather permitting 4 cuts)


November

  • Leaf removal
  • Blowing and general clean-up
  • Weed removal

December

  • Leaf removal
  • Blowing and general clean-up
  • Weed removal
  • Hard-prune Eleagnus growing over walkways