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The Green Scene
177 Park Ave
East Hartford, CT 06108

The Green Scene provides the highest quality of lawn fertilizing to many Connecticut towns. Why is lawn fertilizing important to you? Well, after a long day, you'll want to come home and relax. With the customized lawn fertilizing you receive from your local Lawn Doctor professional, you'll be able to come home, relax and enjoy your beautiful yard. Make your soil work for you instead of against you. With proper lawn fertilizing and local lawn fertilizing services we can make your grass grow to become more beautiful, greener and healthier than last year. Your neighbors will think you truly have a green thumb!

Steven Kearns
Customer Service Representative
CT Ornamental & Turf Supervisor #S-1227
Licensed Arborist
Phone: 860-528-0373 x111
Fax: 860-291-8700
Website: www.thegreenscene.info


Leafing Out Landscapes
H.I.C. 0678346

Improve the safety and health of trees and shrubs. Specialize in tree pruning, tree removal, stump grinding, and fertilization of trees.

Sean Egan
Horticulturist
Licensed Arborist
Phone: 860-941-8471
E-mail: leafingoutlandscapes@gmail.com


ForeverGreen Irrigation,LLC
150 Overbrook Road
West Hartford, CT 06107

CT License #0285750

ForeverGreen has been a leader in the landscape irrigation industry for over 20 years and has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Irrigation Contractors in the United States. Our services include design, installation and service of all types of sprinkler systems in the residential, commercial, and municipal market places.

Tyler Dupont
Phone: 860-521-0120
Fax:


What are the pros of automatic irrigation systems? Aren't they wasteful?

If installed and programmed properly, automatic irrigation systems can even save you money and help in water conservation. Dead lawn grass and plants need to be replaced, and that can be expensive. But the savings from automatic irrigation systems can go beyond that.

Watering with a hose or with an oscillator wastes water. Neither method targets plant roots with any significant degree of precision. Automatic irrigation systems can be programmed to discharge more precise amounts of water in a targeted area, which promotes water conservation.