Carlos Medina explains the tricks to get your Chicago lawn looking green and beautiful this coming spring and summer.
Chicago Landscapers Our clients are responsible individuals, who care about the appearance of their environment, and are aware of how important it is, for each of us, to contribute to the maintenance and building of safe, and aesthetically pleasing neighborhoods. We provide the best professional service for your Chicago lawn. We are also one of […]
A fall clean up marks the end of the summer blooming season for plants, especially here in Chicago, where our winters can be very harsh on plants and trees. It is a good idea to take necessary measures to protect your garden/landscape. A good thorough clean up is the secret to a successful garden. As […]
Now’s the time! Contrary to what the “Big-Box” garden centers would like to have you believe, planting your tree in the spring when it is in full bloom is not a sound practice from a horticultural stand point. Trees, like humans, need their rest. By planting in the fall when the sap is down in […]
Medina Lawncare is known for their time honored tradition of giving back to the community. The company, its owners and staff continually support many organizations locally and in Mexico. President of Medina Lawncare and Chicago Firefighter, Carlos Medina has generously given his time, attention, equipment, hard work and donations to a variety of grateful recipients […]
It’s made for glorious grilling and sunbathing weather, but the unusually dry start to June — the second-least rainy on record — has left crops withering in parched fields all across the region, a situation fast approaching the critical stage for anxious farmers. Read the rest at the Chicago Sun-Times… BY STEFANO ESPOSITO, DAVID […]
The new lawn game. The great lakes area is the area where no one seems to know how much money they can save by putting their new lawn in via hydro-seeding. So much so, the landscapers in the area don’t even know about hydro-seeding. They still do it the cave man way via straw/seed. Yes, […]