At BCLS Landscape Services, We Promise to Keep the Communication Lines Open with You

The contract is signed, and we’re going to start moving our landscape equipment to your property to begin your project.
At BCLS Landscape Services, we know that this can be an exciting and stressful time for you, our customer. We want to reassure you that we value customer service, including open communication with you.

Why You Need to Add Landscape Enhancements to Your Central VA Property

When it comes to adding a landscape enhancement, you need to plan, not just where you want to add that new flowerbed or gazebo, but you want to plot out the overall landscape design, so everything fits together rather than looking helter-skelter.
Here are five steps for planning your master landscape design as well as any enhancements you want to add for this season

When Should I Plant My Spring Garden in Central Virginia?

With spring in the air in Central VA, your green thumb might be ready to start working in the dirt. But it may not be a good idea to start digging without a plan. Just because flowers and vegetable plants are available at nurseries doesn’t mean you can plant them all at any time. In addition, some plants require certain preparations so they can thrive when it comes time to put them in the soil.

Is a Spring Clean-Up for Your Property Really Necessary Every Spring?

It’s that time of the year again in Central Virginia when some days we think it’s spring time when the calendar actually reminds us its really still winter. Regardless of the ebb and flow of our local temperatures, spring will be here before you know it and that means your landscaper is probably on your property already working.

Nothing says spring like the sound of leaf blowers humming on your property, especially after a few warm sunny days…

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Crape Myrtles: How to Prune, not Murder…

Crape Myrtle Trees are summer bloomers, and only have blooms on their new growth. Once they break dormancy this new growth will rapidly emerge. It’s good to remove a few of the older branches to make way for the new growth. Also, it’s good to lightly prune Crape Myrtle trees in the late winter or early spring in order to keep them neatly shaped. However, most crape myrtles naturally grow into beautiful forms.