Many people think that in the winter months that you are safe from tick bites. Unfortunately, ticks can be active anytime it’s above freezing. Furthermore, if you have sunny spots in your yard, that can create a microclimate and as a result, ticks can be active even if the air temperatures are well below freezing.
Ticks are among the most widely hated pests for Long Islanders, without question. They can wreak havoc on lawns and gardens. They are parasites that feed on humans, pets, and wildlife, feasting on pets, children and beyond. But when it comes to using tick spray for your home, most people (understandably) don’t know when to Read More »
Your trees and shrubs are the focal points of your personal oasis and the foundation to which you can build your dream around. With that said, it’s in any homeowner’s best interest to keep them healthy and well-maintained. The professional’s best advice? Using Organically Green’s deep root fertilization program. This state-of-the-art organic fertilization program is Read More »
When it comes to owning plants, you soon realize there can be a lot more involved than simply watering them every so often. In fact, the type of plant, as well as the environment that surrounds it can create a plethora of possibilities, which can determine whether they thrive or not. With that said, there Read More »
Organically Green’s cutting-edge beech leaf and spotted lanternfly treatment services are specially designed to help Long Island residents alleviate a common, yet potentially devastating problem. To note, many Long Islanders are quick to assume that issues of this sort are ‘not serious’ and therefore, don’t require professional attention. While this may be correct in some Read More »
The winter months represent some of the most trying times for plants. As a result, the horticultural professionals at Organically Green employ their cutting-edge plant healthcare tactics and strategies to help plants not only survive, but thrive all year round! However, while some more intensive efforts call for nothing short of a professional touch, there Read More »
Fertilization shouldn’t end with your grass, as it is ideal for trees and shrubs as well. While your typical gardener might (wrongfully) overlook this integral step, it’s actually one of the best, most proactive measures you can take in ensuring the long-term health of your shrubs and trees.
It’s all too common for Long Islanders to gain a false sense of security when it comes to ticks and mosquitoes once the weather starts cooling down. While mosquitos are less common during the fall, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a need for proactive Long Island Tick and mosquito control. Wondering why? The truth is, Read More »
Plants, trees, and shrubs are only able to thrive as well as their local environment allows them to. Given all the exterior forces that can affect their ability to thrive, such as environmental stress, pests, and competition for nutrients – health-related issues are quite common. The many factors that can impact a plant’s health can Read More »
It’s finally that time of year! Spring is almost here! It’s time to prepare your garden for another growing season. Hopefully, through the winter you’ve been staying on top of things like deadheading and pruning that way you have a head start on cleanup tasks, but if you haven’t now is the time to start! Read More »