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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by Vibe Ray, Feb 4, 2001.
What exactly involved in a spring cleanup? What about a fall cleanup?
Its just as it sounds, a clean-up! Not sure if you cut yearround, but where you don't, the first service of the season always takes longer to complete than normal maintenance because of a lot of things
1. Leaves and branches on lawn left over from fall
2. Leaves and branches left in flower beds, etc.
3. Sand on the lawn from streets
4. Edges are overgrown
5. etc, etc, etc.
You can add things to this such as new mulch in beds, de-thatching, rolling and aeration, pruning and trimming, etc.
Fall is pretty much the same, just cleaning up all the leaves and branches all over the yard, etc.
Pretty simple, just add or take away what you want from it.
Someone else just posted this the other day.
Take a look at a few of the responses.