As the days become longer, the snow begins to disappear and we begin to hear the songs of the birds in the air we begin to appreciate the upcoming spring season. The newly growing leaf buds on the trees and early season perennials starting to show their presents. This season sets the foundation of the growing season for the rest of the year. The practices that H&H performs during this time dictates the success of your landscape for the remainder of the year and also years to come.
As the air and soil temperatures start to rise we clearly begin to see the fruits of our labor from the turf grass to the perennial and shrub gardens. H&H has a passion for managing your beautiful landscapes, from weekly lawn service to fine garden management. Our goal is to ensure that you enjoy the summer beauty without taking away your summertime.
This season is such a bitter sweet time of year for us, for our team we consider it Beethoven’s 9th symphony, just beautiful yet the sign of the end of the growing season. Early autumn is our more active time of the year due to the ideal soil temperatures. Whether it be preparation of an already existing fine garden or lawn or evolving a new masterpiece, this time of year is near perfect to start a composition. In the late Autumn, when the gorgeous colors start to fall to the ground and the winter months are approaching our team will ensure that the property is nice and tidy for the holiday season.
Did you know that some house plants can lower respiratory issues, eye irritation problems and contribute to fewer headaches? Even in the cold and snowy New England winter, one can still enjoy the benefits of a beautiful landscape by incorporating a variety of house plants.
Justin has a passion for the outdoors that began in his adolescent years assisting his father in the landscaping field. He developed a focus for this work that continues to grow since his early days working with his dad.
With this zeal and ultimate goal of providing clients with the professional knowledge and service, Justin attained a bachelor’s degree in Business Management. Accompanying his joy for outdoor living, Justin is driven by life-long education. Combining his main motivations, Justin attended the UMass Stockbridge School of Agriculture in their selective specialty school, the International Winter School for Turf Managers in 2018.
“We pride ourselves in providing a special and unique experience for every client, many in which have been so since our inception. Clients should expect custom tailored landscape programs that best fit the property being managed and will never be considered just an address or a number.”
Specialties: Turf Grass Weed Management, Soil Science, Turf Pathology, Entomology, Agronomy, Turf Grass physiology and Arboriculture.
Westfield State University
B.S. Business Management
UMass Stockbridge School of Agriculture
International Winter School for Turf Managers
Mike is a natural outdoorsman, you'll recognize that when you see him managing your landscape care! Mike has been a part of H&H from its early stages and is a member you can count on when working on your property.
B.S. University of Massachusetts Lowell
You may find Amanda as one of the personnel on your property, usually behind the camera! When not on site, she is developing our technological & creative resources.
B.S. Framingham State University
Paris American Academy