green plants, blue water

ITMS has created 100% natural, organic based products to care for your lawn and ornamental landscape. Our objective is to remove and eliminate the use of synthetic chemicals and pesticides, providing superior service and aesthetic value to develop green plants and blue water.

loves kids & pets

ITMS's system is kid and pet friendly! Our proprietary products are food based, and ensure a safe, pesticide-free environment.

with your environment

ITMS is protecting and preserving the environment with every visit to your home. We provide a balanced ecosystem for your lawn and landscape.

mother nature's assistant

ITMS assists Mother Nature by allowing naturally occurring foods to be used by lawns and plants, reducing the need for synthetic supplemental fertilizers and pesticides.

always in the green, naturally

ITMS's commitment to you is providing a green environment with economic value.

Our commitment to you, your home and our planet

We will use 100% natural, organic based products

Our products are designed to rebuild the structure of your soil

We will protect & preserve the environment with every visit

Our objective is to remove & eliminate the use of synthetic chemicals & pesticides

We will provide a balanced ecosystem for your lawn & landscape

Our commitment to you is a green environment for a healthy lawn & landscape


Refer a friend & save 5%

We have upgraded our C.A.R.E (Customer Access Referral Exchange) referral program to help you save more, and to show you our appreciation. Refer a family member or friend to ITMS and save. For each referral that signs up for ITMS services, you will receive a gift certificate worth 5% of their annual program total. The […]

Tips & Resources

Tree Disease Update

April 8th, 2015 by

The American Elm was once a ¬†fast growing, shade providing, poor soil tolerating tree along city streets. In the 1900’s, logs were brought from Europe introducing the elm bark beetle and a fungus that causes Dutch elm disease. Dutch elm disease spreads rapidly.¬†Plant breeding programs and research by the U.S. National Arboretum and Chicago’s Morton […]


March 1st, 2014 by

You have all heard that mulching your plant beds is aesthetically pleasing, promotes moisture for your plants and reduces weeds, but did you know it does so much more? Mulch in your beds keeps the soil cool in the summer and warm in the winter, reduces stress in shallow-rooted plants, encourages beneficial organisms and provides […]