Bethlehem Lawn Care and Landscaping
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27 Apr 2017

The Benefits of Mulching

The weather is great and summer is right around the corner. Now is the time to reap the reward of Mulching. Mulching is a great way to enhance your property and make your lawn look beautiful, from a design perspective mulch plays a big part in the appeal of your home and lawn. Important to find a landscaper that understands landscaping design when choosing to hire someone. Mulch comes in many different types of colors, picking the best color mulch for your yard, makes all the difference in the world. The difference in a mulched or un-mulched yard is drastic, so please give Romig’s Lawn and Landscaping a call to Schedule an Appointment: 484-894-3807.

27 Mar 2017

It’s time to Aerate your lawn

Now is the perfect time to Aerate your lawn in order to maintain a beautiful Bethlehem lawn. Your landscaper needs to employ basic lawn care practices such as properly mowing, fertilizing and watering your Lehigh Valley property. Romig’s Lawn and Landscaping team understands what important to ensure that nutrients reach the soil beneath your grass. Aeration can be vital to a healthy lawn because it allows air and water to penetrate built-up grass or lawn thatch. Please give Romig’s Lawn and Landscaping a call to Schedule an Appointment: 484-894-3807.

22 Sep 2016

Feeding Your Lehigh Valley Lawn

The most important thing you can do for your lawn is to feed it. Remeber your lawn is alive and  healthier when you feed it, and your lawn’s root system will become stronger to combat all temperatures of the weather including; heat, cold, drought, mowing, foot traffic and other stresses. Romig’s Lawn Care and Landscaping reccomends feeding it four times a year, this will make it even stronger. Contact us and we can put your lawn on the regular feeding schedule that will keep it healthy, and green.

We recommend the following times to have a successful and healthy lawn

  • Early Spring (February – April)
  • Late Spring (April – June)
  • Summer (June – August)
  • Fall (September – November)

Contact Romig’s Lawn Care and Landscaping today and we will put you on the path to a greener and healthier Lehigh Valley Lawn.

05 Aug 2016

Romig’s Way to Water Lawn

Watering your lawn the right way will save you time and money

Everyone knows, water is essential to lawns. But too much or too little can harm your lawn and do some real damage to your grass. Did you know, running the sprinkler all night sets up the right conditions for various types of disease. Also note that frequent light watering causes the grass to grow poor shallow roots and sets your lawn up for trouble in hot weather.

Here are Romig’s easy pointers on the correct way to watering your lawn.

  • First of all feeding and mowing your grass set to high will make for less water needed.
  • Remember grass does not need a lot of water, it’s naturally designed to catch rain. 
  • Wait until your grass dulls in color or starts to wilt.
  • Always water early in the morning before the midday heat.
  • Sometimes your grass will brown and go dormant, no need to worry once you water it it will bounce back

Please feel free to contact Romig’s Lawn Care and Landscaping if you have any questions.

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04 Jul 2016

Happy 4th of July

We appreciate you all giving us the opportunity to service your lawn and landscaping needs. Romig’s Lawn and Landscaping is dedicated to helping our clients in Bethlehem and the LeHigh Valley prepare for the 4th of July celebrations. We want to take this time to wish you and your family a very Happy July 4th.

26 Jun 2016

Free Lawn Care Consultation

When you see the Romig’s Lawn and Landscaping team in Bethlehem or the surrounding Lehigh Valley area, reach out to us. Our trucks are all branded and easily recognizable, so feel free to approach us with any lawn care question. We offer Free Consultations on all lawn care needs or landscaping design ideas. Our team is dedicated to helping the lives of all our Bethlehem Pennsylvania residents as well as serving the entire Lehigh Valley.