When you team up with Green Baron, you've partnered with a neighbor. Locally owned since 1985, we've grown up and learned our lessons right here in the Yakima Valley. That experience has taught us what it takes to properly maintain a healthy, beautiful landscape in Central Washington's climate. 

More importantly, we're continuing to learn what it takes to satisfy our customers. Our promise to you is that we'll make every effort to see that your experience with us is a pleasant one.

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 Mowing giving you pains?

Give us a call and let us give you a hand.

Save yourself the time, expense, disposal and overall hassle of mowing your yard. With Green Baron you’ll get consistent scheduling, communication with our mowers and dedication to a premium job. We recognize the importance of things like the relation of mowing height to heat, changing mowing patterns to minimize compaction, tire rutting, the grass always laying in one direction, and crisp, maintained edges. Our professional mowers are one part of a coordinated team that can provide fully comprehensive landscape maintenance plans for both residential and commercial properties. It doesn’t hurt to ask. We’ll schedule a meeting at your convenience and estimates are always free.

Call now for  a lawn mowing estimate!

To Prune Or Not To Prune

Before you prune, you need to know the “what”and the “why” to help you determine the when.

Generally, light pruning, like the removal of dead branches, crosses, rubs, misdirected branches and some shaping can be done most any time. When it comes to flowering trees and shrubs, pruning can affect the bloom so the timing is important. Early spring is a good time for trimming evergreens like arborvitae, junipers, yews, boxwoods, and the like. It’s also easier to thoroughly prune, clean up and shape many deciduous trees like birch, maple, sycamore, oaks and others because they haven’t leafed out yet. Some of those species may “bleed” at their cuts, but that’s natural, not harmful and will stop. Fall and winter are when we can get in and do some heavy pruning and shaping.

Contact us with your pruning concerns. We can help, and do it right.

Bare Ground Weed Control

If you have areas you don't want weeds to show up, we can help.

We can help you control weeds in driveways, RV parking sites, fence lines, steep banks and flower beds. If you would like more info please contact us.

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  • Fertilizer/Weed Control
  • Core Aerations
  • Tree/Shrub Applications
  • Pruning
  • Sprinkler System Repairs
  • Mowing
  • Bare Ground Weed Control
  • Spider Barriers
  • And more!
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  • Tree Injections
  • Sprinkler Winterization

    Creature Features

    Earwigs like to feed at night. They're attracted to moisture, decaying material and eat most anything. They can be beneficial since some of their common foods are aphids, scale, dead insects and other debris. There often found under things, like sidewalks, patios, ornamental bark and heavy thatch layers in lawns. Try to keep areas around your home's foundation dry and clean of debris. Downspouts and flower pots are also a favorite hiding spot. Spring and summer are the best times to apply control. Call us, we know what to do.

    Ants can be difficult and frustrating to control. Spraying simply eliminates the worker ants. That's not effective because they've left a trail and others will follow or new paths will develop.You must kill the queen. But there can often be more than one nest and more than one queen.

    There are several types of effective baits, but it's not easy to determine which one the ants will be attracted to. Sometimes multiple baits are required. Ultimately the baits must be brought back to the nest, and the queen, to get complete control. Ants do have a beneficial purpose. They feed on decaying plants and animal matter. We recommend control when they become a nuisance or destructive. When that time comes, call us, we'll take care of that for you.

    Cottony Maple Scale has been seen all over the valley the past few seasons. Few maples trees have been safe from them. We are seeing fewer this season but keep your eyes out for them just in case they return. We recommend dormant applications, both spring and fall, as well as treating during the "crawler stage", usually some time in July (timing can vary greatly, monitoring is necessary). Please contact us for an estimate and/or diagnosis.