Category Archives: Newsletter Announcements

June 2018 Lawn of the Month Winners

We are pleased to announce the June Lawn of the Month winners. We want to thank everyone who submitted. Remember, each month is a new chance to win $75 towards future applications. First we have the Jones family in Chesterfield. This is their second year with Virginia Green and they recently updated to the Estate ..Read More »

Twospotted Spider Mites

This plant pest attacks a broad variety of plants, including annual and perennial flowers, many deciduous shrubs and some trees such as maple redbud and tuliptree. The twospotted spider mite is not an insect, but rather a mite, which is similar to a spider. These mites are about the size of a period on a ..Read More »

What is Root Rot?

Root rot is a condition found in both indoor and outdoor plants with poor drainage. As the name states, the  roots of the plant rot . Usually, this is a result of overwatering.  The excess water makes it very difficult for the roots to get the air that they need causing them to decay. To avoid root rot ..Read More »

Things To Do On Your Lawn

Most everyone loves to be outdoors and enjoy their lawn. But, did you know there are countless things to do on your lawn? There are things to do from mowing, to playing, to just relaxing on your lawn. Here we are going to talk about a few things you can do to enjoy your lawn. ..Read More »

May 2018 Lawn of the Month Winners

Competition is really heating up with our Lawn of the Month submissions! We want to thank everyone who submitted a photo. If your lawn was not chosen this month, please try again next month! First on the list we have Heiry family in Henrico. They have been with Virginia Green for 8 years now and ..Read More »

Boxwood Leaf Miner

You are worried about your boxwoods, because there appears to be something mining the inside of the leaves. You could try calling the seven dwarfs to help you control them.  They are most likely boxwood leafminers, which can be a major pest of the boxwoods.  The leafminers don’t have picks and shovels to mine the ..Read More »

April 2018 Lawn of the Month Winners

As always, we are very pleased to announce our April Lawn of the Month winners. The competition is really getting heated as we get into the spring months. Thank you for everyone who submitted a picture this month. If your property was not chosen this time, remember to submit every month for your chance to ..Read More »

The Tent Caterpillars are out!

Our Tree and Shrub Manager states that we are seeing signs of the Eastern Tent Caterpillar active in our area, not to be confused with bagworms or webworms. They build “tent” like nest in the crotches of the trees where they feed. These caterpillars are leaf chewers, and while they can defoliate a tree when ..Read More »

Take Your Lawn to Work!

We are proud to offer our customers top quality lawn care services.  A great lawn isn’t only for your home.  Are you a business owner looking to keep your property appearing it’s best at all times?  Do you want your property to reflect the quality and personality of your business?  Our goal is to make ..Read More »

Sharpening Mower Blades

The mild temperatures and moderate rainfall makes tall fescue thrive during the spring. We aerate and seed during the fall to repair any areas and help with soil compaction to provide better pore space allowing your lawn to breathe more. Come spring in our climate, tall fescue is in its second growing season for new ..Read More »

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