Plant Care

Our Plant Care programs are custom designed specifically for your lawn and landscape. We use 100% natural, organic products.

Our programs include:

  • Natural Spring Tea Tree Oil
  • Natural, organic non-petroleum Spring / Fall feeding
  • Natural, organic insect & disease suppression
  • Natural, anti-desiccant / Winter protection


  • Please browse our additional Plant Care programs:

    Proper Planting of a Tree or Shrub

    Proper planting of trees and shrubs does not need to be a mystery. A few simple steps will help you avoid later issues. *Start by making sure there is drainage, good soil, no growth restrictions and good sunlight  where you choose to plant. *Dig a hole deep enough so the root flare lines up with […]

    Tree Disease Update

    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 […]

    Plan now for spring!!

    Now is the time to plan for changes to your landscape in the spring. Pull out some paper and create some designs! Do you want to change the color scheme, change plants, change bed shapes or just add to the landscape you have currently? There are so many plants, shrubs and trees to choose from so make […]

    Stink Bugs

    Stink bugs invade your home because they are looking for a warm place to hibernate for the winter. Once inside, it is very difficult to get rid of them permanently. Stink bugs can enter your home through open doors or windows, but can also squeeze through the tiniest crack in siding, between window screen and […]

    Why go organic?

    Synthetic fertilizers are sold to most homeowners with the idea to apply three to four times a year. These fertilizers are concentrated, water-soluble nutrients that feed your grass immediately. The grass is very green, but did you know that the excess can wash out of the root area and into the watershed? The EPA requires […]

    Early Spring To Do List

         The weather is getting warmer and it is time to get outside! Your landscape needs your attention so it will look great.      You need to finish pruning trees and late flowering shrubs. Take the time to look at the natural shape before pruning, prune out suckers and water spouts, and remove […]

    Pruning

        Pruning has many benefits for trees and shrubs in your landscape. Pruned trees are safer and have a better appearance. Removing dead or dying branches promotes plant and tree health. The best time to prune is while trees and plants are dormant in winter. It is generally best to wait until the coldest […]

    Mulch

    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 […]

    Frost Cracks on Trees

    A frost crack is a vertical crack in a tree that may be up to several meters long. They usually are apparent in the early spring and are most often found on the south or southwest side of a tree. The south or southwest side of a tree receives more sunlight which warms the bark […]

    Scale Insects

    Scale insects are troublesome pests of perennial plants and woody ornamental trees and shrubs. Almost all scale insects are small and highly concealed. Thus, they often cause significant damage to ornamental plants before they are found. Scales occur on nearly all pats of host plants including leaves, branches, trunks, fruits and roots. They sometimes occur […]

    Specials

    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 […]

    Mulch

    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 […]

    Miracle Grass

    May 12th, 2011 by

    “I was expanding a planting bed last week and dug out some sod with roots over 10 inches long! In Easton Club East, this is considered a miracle! Thanks!” – Sherald Reagle, ITMS customer