Organic Solutions! Inc : Residential and Commercial Lawn Care and Landscaping

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“My lawn has never looked so good.”

- Jack, Boise, ID

 

“I have the greenest lawn in the valley.”

- Keith, Nampa, ID

 

“My lawn was full of weeds and looked horrible before Organic Solutions fixed it, now it looks better than ever.”

- Sylvia, Boise

Organic Solutions! Inc. is a Nampa landscaping and lawn care company that serves Meridian Idaho, Boise Idaho, Eagle Idaho, and Nampa Idaho and provides a variety of services from Organic lawn fertilizer, commercial property maintenance, lawn mowing, and landscape lighting to outdoor kitchens. We work with you to ensure you love your new yard.

Your landscape only gets one chance to make a good first impression. If your lawn, yard, and landscaping could use some work, a qualified landscaper from Organic Solutions! Inc can help. As a premier landscaping service in Meridian, Boise, Eagle, and Nampa our goal is to transform your property's exterior and provide the lawn care and landscape maintenance necessary to keep it looking its best.

We Specialize in Landscaping, Landscape Maintenance, Organic Lawn Fertilizers, Sprinkler Systems, Lawn Care, Lawn Mowing, Tree pruning, Tree service, Firewood, Residential Snow Removal and much more.

 

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Maintaining a yard and lawn takes dedication and skill, and the larger your Meridian, Boise, Eagle, or Nampa property, the more attention it will need. Many working people don't have the time or equipment necessary for proper maintenance, and that's where we come in. We offer a variety of landscaping maintenance packages to suit your needs. From basic lawn mowing to organic lawn fertilization and cleanup, we'll keep your property looking nice and groomed.

A Worthwhile Investment

Hiring a landscaper means making an ongoing investment in your property. You deserve to enjoy your outdoor space to the fullest, and in Meridian, curb appeal can go a long way when you're looking to sell. Landscaping services from Organic Solutions! Inc can increase the value of your property, all the while enabling you to take pride in its exterior.

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Organic Solutions will assist you at every stage, from preconstruction to completion. Learn more about the services we provide. We're proud of our achievements. Visit our projects page to explore our portfolio and see a sampling of our completed work.

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It’s August in the Treasure Valley and kids will soon be heading back to school.  As the summer begins to wind down it’s a good time to do some lawn and landscape preparation as well.  This month is a great time to evaluate your landscape and determine what steps will be needed to have a healthy yard next year. Here are some ideas of how you can use this month to have a healthier lawn and landscape: Fertilize – Applying fertilizer towards the end of summer will go a long way to helping your lawn grow in the Spring.  At this time of year your lawn is lacking nitrogen as well as some other important nutrients.  Fertilizing with an organic fertilizer will supply your lawn with the nutrients it needs to continue to grow well as the weather cools down. Prune – removing dead branches and trimming up the shrubs and small trees on your yard will not only help your landscape look clean and neat but it will also prevent dead material from accumulating on your lawn and plants.  If debris builds up, it will smother any grass or vegetation and make it hard for them to grow. Irrigate – Even though the weather is cooling down, temperatures are still high enough that it is important to ensure that your plants and lawn are getting enough water.  Early mornings are the best time to water. Weed – As soon as you notice a weed, pull it.  If you don’t get to them right way they will go to seed.  Weeds spread quickly and if you want to prevent your lawn or garden beds from having lots of weeds next year, it is important to take care of them now. Overseed – If you need to sow new grass, the middle of August to mid-September is the perfect time in our region.  New grass seed can be applied to bare spots or areas that are thin or dying so that it has time to germinate and establish roots before winter sets in.  Make sure that your new grass is receiving plenty of water during this critical time. Practice Deadheading – Removing the dead or faded flowers from annuals, roses, or perennials will help maintain their appearance as well improve their performance.  Removing the deadheads will also help them to continue to bloom through the fall. August isn’t the time to slack off when it comes to your Idaho landscape.  The more you can do now to prepare your lawn and gardens for winter the happier you will be with your landscape in the Spring. At Organic Solutions! Inc., we can take the hassle out of your lawn care and landscaping preparations.  If you would like an estimate on our services, please give us a call, 208-884-8986, or email us, organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com.  You can also contact us through our website, www.idahoorganicsolutions.com. Don't forget to find and follow us on Facebook!
Maybe it seems early to talk about spring flowers in August but in actuality as summer begins to wind down we need to start thinking about planting bulbs for next year’s blooms.  Before you arbitrarily pick up some daffodil or tulip blooms for your planting consider some of these great landscaping ideas for spring bulbs: Make a plan:  Spend time making a plan before purchasing and planting bulbs.  Make a sketch of your yard and the places you want to grow bulbs, keeping in mind that the flowers will go through an “ugly” phase when the blooms have died out.  Planning now can help you intermix bulbs with the plants you already have in your landscape.  Also, keeping a well detailed sketch of your landscape will help you know where you planted the bulbs in case you want to add annuals or perennials later. Take advantage of the flowering sequence: Know when each bulb will be in bloom during the spring.  Some bulbs will bloom as early as February and others in the middle of June.  There are some bulbs that have overlapping bloom periods but many bulbs will bloom in a certain sequence, knowing the sequence can help you plan for what bulbs you want and where, especially if you are trying to create a garden bed that has colorful blooms for as long as possible.  You can create a greater impact in a small area by panting bulbs on top of one another.  In the same 8-inch hole you can plant alliums or large tulips, cover with a few inches of soil, add a medium sized bulb such as hyacinth or miniature daffodils, add more soil, and then top with a small bulb like a crocus or grape hyacinth. Create a View:  As you plan, consider the view from inside and plant colorful blooms in places that are easily viewed from the windows you look out most frequently.  After a long winter, the colorful blooms will be a welcome sight.  Mix with existing plants:  By mixing your bulbs in with your existing landscaping you can help disguise the yellowing leaves of the bulb flowers when they are past the blooming stage.  Evergreens and other bushes can provide a great backdrop for colorful blooms and help them stand out even better.  Group bulbs together:  Most variety of bulbs will have a greater impact if planted together in groups.  For example, it is suggested that you plant twelve bulbs of daffodils or tulips together in a grouping.  The more bulbs you plant of one variety the more impact you will have.  Smaller spring bulbs should be planted in groups of 50 bulbs or more.  Only the most formal of gardens would require a single straight line of bulbs, bulbs look better and appear more natural when grouped together. When you have a plan in place make sure that you inspect the bulbs before you purchase.  Do not purchase bulbs that appear dry or shriveled or soft or discolored.  You also want to avoid bulbs that have begun to sprout prematurely.  Bulbs should not have an odor (except for fritillaria bulbs which naturally have a skunk like smell).  Handle bulbs with care since some bulbs can contain substances that may irritate your skin or cause some people to have an allergic reaction. It is a good idea to purchase the bulbs close to the time you plan to plant them but if you must store them, store them in a cool, dark, dry location. In Idaho, the best time to plant spring bulbs is later September through mid-October.  Before planting make sure that the area has well-drained soil and it is a good idea to add some fertilizer.  You will want to place the fertilizer in the hole and then top with soil preventing the bulb from coming in direct contact with the fertilizer.  We at Organic Solutions! Inc. recognize the importance of maximizing your outdoor space.  We specialize in landscape design and have the skill set and expertise to execute every job to your complete satisfaction. So, whether your considering some new plants or a completely renovated landscape, count on us to fit your individual needs and budget.  For more information or to receive a free consultation, please contact us today. Phone:  208-884-8986 Email:  organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com Website:  www.idahoorganicsolutions.com Don't forget to find and follow us on Facebook!

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Organic Solutions! Inc.

7755 Ustick Road

Nampa, Idaho 83687

 

Phone: 208-884-8986

E-mail: OrganicSolutionsInc@outlook.com

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