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Cedar Run Landscaping

41859 John Mosby Hwy
Aldie, VA 20105 703-327-7500

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41111 John Mosby Hwy Ste 102
Aldie, VA 20105 703-327-2056

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Pleasant Valley Landscapes

24050 Youngwood Ln
Aldie, VA 20105 703-327-4144

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Kermit the Frog once crooned “It’s Not Easy Being Green.” If you have a lawn, you can relate: It’s not easy keeping things green. Here's how to plot a course, whether you call in the pros or go it alone.

The proposals Checkbook's undercover shoppers get from lawn care services rarely agree on identification of weed species, presence of disease, need to correct soil acidity, and recommendations on core aeration.

Lawn care services work with different products and techniques, but the results they promise are similar. Companies usually offer customers a selection of “packages” that include specified treatment plans to take place over the course of a year.

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Once you have chosen a company that can do the work well, price becomes your primary consideration. Our undercover shoppers found huge company-to-company price differences for the same jobs.

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