Planning Summer Garden Parties in 2021? Here’s What You Need to Know

“While it’s great news that a vaccine is here, realistically we still don’t know what the situation is going to be like next spring,” Monica said. “But I do know that one way or another, my daughter will be getting married in our back yard. We spent most of the fall doing what we could in terms of planting and having the lawn seeded. I’m just so anxious that everything be picture perfect for her big day.”

If you’re planning to do a lot of outdoor entertaining in 2021 – whether it’s a high-stakes event like a family wedding or more informal get-togethers with family and friends – it’s good to know what services your Cape Cod local lawn service can provide to make the experience safer and more enjoyable for everyone.

Cape Cod Yard Pest Control

Here in the Cape Cod area, the most troublesome yard pests to be concerned about are mosquitoes and ticks. You obviously don’t want your guests going home with Lyme Disease after visiting your place! Mosquitoes carry many very dangerous diseases. These pests can be removed from your yard by selecting Lawn Doctor’s Yard Armor service. Problem pests are removed at every stage of their development – this means eggs, larvae and adults. Breeding and nesting sites are identified and eliminated. And for the day of your big event, targeted spraying with family and pet friendly products means you don’t have to worry about anyone getting bitten or stung.

Pre-Emergent Weed Control

There’s always that one guest at a party that notices and comments on that feature of your home or lawn that you really wish they wouldn’t. Well, you can take the joy of spotting crabgrass away from them with Lawn Doctor’s pre-emergent weed control. The issue with crabgrass in particular is it sets a tremendous amount of seed. One clump easily leads to dozens more. Pre-emergent weed control eliminates the crabgrass and other broad leaf weeds before they have the opportunity to reproduce. Even your toughest critic will find nothing to sneer at in your lawn!