We provide landscape health care treatments for lawns, trees and shrubs designed specifically for our area
- The unique bio-fertilizer products we use are manufactured in Olympia specifically for our area by our sister company, Plant Essentials, LLC , whose products are sold to golf and landscape care professionals.
- We offer tree preservation consulting and treatment programs to extend the life of trees and protect them from disease and insects.
- We offer Home Shield Pest Prevention, a monitoring and treatment program designed to protect dwellings and structures from wood destroying and nuisance insects and rodents.
- We are family owned, serving homeowners, schools and businesses in this area for over 50 years.
For more information call Robyn or Kristie, our very competent office team, at 360-491-7711
Neal Wolbert, President
Featured articles from our blog
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The Boss brought back some amazing photographs taken on their trip abroad. This one is of a topiary garden in Germany. Talk about dedication to one's craft. Amazing!Click here for the full post
Thank you, "Expert"
We’ve received several calls from customers recently, telling us that an individual was observed in their front yards, inspecting landscape plants and then ringing the doorbell to inform them that their rhododendrons were infected with “blight”. They were said to have gone on to question whether their current landscape care company was “really doing their job”.
Of course the seeds of alarm and doubt were sowed, and in every case, prompted a call to us. Out I went, hackles up, ready to defend our reputation and service. Upon my inspection of the plants in question, the “blight”, pointed out by the blight “expert”, always turned out to be normal late season leaf yellowing and senescence.Click here for the full post
Yesterday, three other Wolbert's techs and I had the privilege of attending a "Bee Symposium" held at the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility as part of our ongoing education requirements. The subject was Bees: Current Science and Solutions and our speaker was Dr. Veldon Sorenson, who is both a longtime beekeeper and scientist.
I was totally captivated. His knowledge and passion for his bees was infectious. He took us through all the different stages and habits of bee life, from "beeing" cared for from egg to larvae, the different jobs in a hive, and even how a queen is made. For exampleClick here for the full post