Studley’s has been landscaping residential and commercial properties in the seacoast area of New Hampshire for more than 30 years. Our distinctive and functional designs are easily recognized and much enjoyed.
Studley’s prides itself on quality installation and the creation of lasting relationships with homeowners and property managers for whom we’ve created and nurtured memorable landscapes.
Call on our professional staff to answer all your garden questions. Come visit us at our garden center and view our sample gardens. Or enjoy our slide show, highlighting the distinctive gardens we’ve created in the past few years. We look forward to designing a unique landscape tailored to your unique tastes. Call us today to schedule your FREE landscape consultation. 603-332-4565
A lush green and well cared for lawn can be yours! Trust Studley’s for your lawn care needs, whether you want a traditional or organic approach to lawn fertilization. Our traditional lawn care program incorporates a four step program that fertilizes your lawn, targets weeds and treats for common pests. It includes the following:
- Early Spring – Balanced fertilizer and pre-emergent crabgrass control
- Spring – Balanced fertilizer and broadleaf weed control
- Summer – Balanced fertilizer and grub control
- Late Fall – Balanced fertilizer and lime
Our organic approach to lawn care requires a personalized plan for your soil and yard conditions. Please call us for information on organic programs for your yard. We look forward to working with you to achieve an organic lawn.
The use of compost in topdressing programs for lawns, sports fields, and golf courses has become a common and generally accepted practice. It has been adopted by those practicing “organic” methods, as well as traditional turf managers. The use of compost has resulted in significant reductions in the use of fertilizer, irrigation water, and over seeding. Compost applications are fully compatible with integrated pest management (IPM) programs that seek to reduce use of fertilizer and pesticides.
Composts support large and diverse populations of microorganisms. When properly made, the high temperatures associated with the composting process will kill plant pathogens as well as weed seeds. As the compost cools, it will be readily colonized by microbes that can grow at normal soil temperatures. These microbes play an important role in inhibiting plant pathogens and suppressing various turf diseases. As a result compost applications have been repeatedly associated with reduced turf disease.
Build Your Soil
Feed the Roots
Studley’s offers compost topdressing as an addition to our traditional lawn care program or as a separate service. Incorporating compost with a spring or fall core aeration will build your soil as well as feed roots and result in a visibly healthier lawn. We recommend compost for everyone!
If you want to apply lawn care products yourself we can also help you to determine how much compost or traditional fertilizer to use and deliver it directly to your home.
Call us today to schedule a FREE landscape or lawn care estimate at (603) 332-4565.
Mulching Your Shrubs and Trees
Watch this video from the UNH Cooperative Extension on best mulching practices for your shrubs and trees.
Your gardens deserve their own spring cleaning each year. All of your plants, trees, shrubs and perennials will benefit from added attention each spring. It is important for plant health to clean out leaves and debris which may have accumulated the preceding fall and winter, and to prune and re-mulch the gardens if necessary. Our landscaping team offers complete garden maintenance including mulching, pruning, fertilizing, transplanting, weeding and renovation.
Early summer is an ideal time to plant annuals for color all summer long. We grow all of our annuals on-site in our greenhouses. This enables us to offer a broad assortment of colors and varieties. Additionally, we can maintain your garden during the spring and summer with weeding, fertilizing and lawn installation. Call us today to schedule your FREE landscape consultation.