*** FALL SPECIALS ***

Troubles with Aphids? Mites? Spiders?

 If you purchase both a Fall Cover Spray AND a late-season Dormant Oil application for your trees & shrubs we'll give you 50% off* of a Structural Pest Barrier (a spider barrier for your home)!

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If you're thinking more long term, we can come in this year with a combination of our Deep Root Fertilization & our Systemic Tree Injection (guaranteed aphid control for next year). And we'll give them to you at a 25% discount*.

*Not to be combined with any other discounts or promotions.

There are many things that can be done now to help promote a healthy landscape next spring.

Don't forget about your lawn. This is a great time to get control on stubborn weeds.

Call our office now for more information and to find out what we can do for you.

Final mowing instructions

Once we’ve made it to the home stretch it's important to finish the lawn mowing season strong. We prepare lawns for winter by gradually lowering the mower height. Lowering the mowing height will lessen the conditions that encourage disease development throughout the winter and reduce the chances that your lawn will suffer from those diseases next spring. While we encourage tall grass height during the growing season to retain moisture, keep soil temperatures down and encourage root development, grass left tall over the winter will lay down under the weight of snow and ice (especially in shaded areas), preventing air circulation and creating a micro-environment conducive to incubating harmful diseases. Simply put: To help your lawn, mow tall in the summer, leave short in the winter.

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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  • Pruning
  • Landscape clean-ups
  • Tree & Shrub sprays & injections (for chewing & sucking pests)
  • Turf Fertilizer & Weed Control
  • Sprinkler System, Repairs & Winterization
  • Structural Pest Barriers (Spider Barriers)
  • Pre-paving bare-ground sterilant

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.


Creature Features

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.


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.


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Is something wrong with your trees?

Do you have a tree or shrub struggling?  Looking sad; less than it should? Does it have small leaves, look yellow (chlorotic), or stunted? Most landscapes have trees that are struggling. There can be a variety of reasons for this. Typically plant problems are caused from overcrowding, out growing their site or not being planted in the correct site to begin with.  We may be able to help.

If you have a problem tree and are wondering what’s wrong, or if something can be done, give us a call. Sometimes it’s simply a lack of nutrients. We have a number of different products that we have used successfully and with excellent results! We may not solve all problems, but we would be happy to come out and see if we can help. Call us for a free consultation.