Though it may not feel like it yet, spring is around the corner, and that means we start another season of landscaping services with BrightView.
As in years past, our Landscape Chairman Brent Kleihauer gathers landscape service preferences from each resident, in case customized services are desired. We distributed paper questionnaires back in December and asked for forms to be turned in by February 1 if possible, and March 1 at the latest.
Well, March 1 is now just a couple weeks away. Do you still have your questionnaire? Do you need another copy? You can download and print another copy here (PDF), then be sure to get it to Brent by the start of next month.
Questions? You can contact Brent at email@example.com.
Despite the early cold and snow, the leaves are still falling from some trees in Weybridge. But BrightView, our landscaping services firm, isn’t done with us yet.
We expect one (1) more leaf cleaning from BrightView in the days ahead, so there’s no need to whip out the rake and drag your leaves to the edge of the street.
Questions about landscaping matters? Consult our volunteer Landscape Chairman, Brent Kleihauer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve received notice from BrightView of the final fertilizer application for the year. They’re planning to apply fertilizer on Friday, November 16.
As in the past, we recommend you keep pets off the lawn for at least 24 hours after the fertilizer application. If there are sections of lawn you do not want fertilized, you can place lawn flags outlining the area.
BrightView exoects to wrap up mowing and leaf cleanup in the days ahead, finishing before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Questions? Please contact Weybridge volunteer Brent Kliehauer at email@example.com.
BrightVew Landscape plans to be in the Weybridge neighborhood on or around Friday, August 31 to perform a touch-up shrub pruning (date dependent on weather). This pruning is only for new growth, as a follow-up to pruning from earlier in the summer.
If you have shrubs or bushes you do NOT want BrightView to trim, please put a brightly-colored ribbon on those shrubs and bushes.
Please contact Brent Kleihauer, our Weybridge Landscape Officer. He has ribbon on his front porch if you need some. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have brown patches in your lawn? Perhaps it’s a result of our recent dry spell or maybe drainage on one part of your property lets water run off faster than others. Whatever the cause, if your turf is dry and the grass isn’t thriving, you may need to water the lawn.
Some folks wonder whether our landscaping provider should handle these brown patches. Sadly, no. Bare patches of grass and dying grass are the responsibility of homeowners. You may need to water or re-seed to keep your lawn green. In fact, the Weybridge Warranty Deed requires residents to provide water to their lawns as needed (see section 4-B).
Any questions about how to care for your lawn? Feel free to contact our landscaping expert, Brent Kleihauer at email@example.com.
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