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Mole and Mold


May 4, 2022

Happy Spring! At Green Sphere Lawn, we’re gearing up for the upcoming season and will be ready to go as soon as the snow piles are gone! We’re proud to offer Newburyport lawn care that also includes lawn mold prevention. Learn tips, tricks, and more about both moles and mold by reading more below!  Start…

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Why Fertilization Matters For Your Lawn Health

April 25, 2022

Green Sphere offers personalized fertilization care for customers across Massachusetts. We pride ourselves on supplying only the best fertilization services available, and we are highly trained and qualified to handle your landscaping projects. Not only do we care about our customers first and foremost, but we also offer sustainable and environmentally-safe solutions. We believe it…

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Tick and Mosquito Summer Services

June 25, 2021

Summer is the prime time to deal with ticks and mosquitos that might be invading your backyard. This year, more than ever, people are excited to be outdoors and enjoy spending time with friends and family — all of which will be much easier and safer when you don’t have to worry about the dangers…

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Using Landscape Enhancements in Your Yard

April 13, 2021

Why settle for a plain, run-of-the-mill yard? Sure, there’s nothing wrong with the basics — nice grass, manicured trees, and tasteful foliage — but those aren’t going to turn any heads. You deserve to have a lively, colorful, and picturesque yard that will make your friends and neighbors take notice. Well-orchestrated landscape enhancements can significantly…

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The Importance of Invasive Plant Removal

January 8, 2021

While most people may view the invasive plant species common in Massachusetts as a mere annoyance, they actually have negative impacts that are serious and far-reaching. While they do make landscaping more of a chore, they can also negatively affect water quality, biodiversity, the local fish and wildlife habitat, tree cover, pose a fire risk,…

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The Lawn is Turning Brown Why Should I Bother?

July 8, 2020

We’ve had a tough late-spring and summer for rainfall in the Northeast, and you are no doubt experiencing a browning of your lawn.  Greensphere wants to answer some common questions about why this happening and what we can do about it.  Frequently Asked Questions About Lawns in Drought Conditions Q: Why is my lawn turning…

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Tick & Mosquito Spring Specials

April 30, 2020

Spring is here but so are the ticks. With the warmer temperatures we are seeing a surge in tick population. With more time being spent at home during the current state of emergency, we want you to have the freedom to enjoy your property without worrying about bothersome and potentially dangerous pests. Shopping local doesn’t…

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5 Easy Landscaping Projects For When You’re Stuck at Home

March 16, 2020

Landscaping Projects to Keep You Busy If you’re like most people, you may have suddenly found yourself with some extra time on your hands. While the wise and prudent thing to do is limit your interactions with large groups of people, that doesn’t mean that you need to sit around doing nothing! Your yard beckons,…

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4 Reasons to Wrap Your New Trees & Shrubs Before Winter Hits

January 27, 2020

Winter is coming— and there are a few things you need to do to prepare for the winter ahead. You might be finishing your last mow, fertilizing your turf and even thinking about pruning your dormant trees and bushes when the cold hits. But have you remembered to wrap your newly planted shrubs and trees? Wrapping these…

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Keep the Leaf Eating Bugs Away with Horticultural Oil Spray

January 23, 2020

Here in Massachusetts, fall is one fine sight to see. The leaves fade into beautiful shades of goldenrod yellow, crimson red and burnt orange. The birds are chirping. The autumn breeze a’blowing. Your favorite fall decor surrounds your front door. But unbeknownst to you… there are menaces taking shelter on your landscape!  Now is the time our…

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6 Fall Planting Tips for Your New England Garden

January 20, 2020

Autumn is finally here, and it’s hitting Massachusetts in full force! It’s that time of the year where homeowners are itching to commemorate fall with seasonal decor. But while the pumpkins and hay bales look fabulous framing your door, the rest of your landscape is looking pretty lackluster from an active summer. One surefire way…

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Should I Overseed or Sod my Lawn?

January 16, 2020

Summer’s passed… and your lawn is looking a little rough. There’s bare patches, deary spots or overrun weeds— and your turf is in need of a serious facelift before the cold weather hits. Not overseeding or laying sod on weakened grass can mean bad things come spring after a harsh winter of damage to your turf. Fortunately, rejuvenating…

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