New Orleans aeration services
With its location at the mouth of the Mississippi River, New Orleans, LA is one of the most popular cities on the South. This fascinating city has distinctive neighborhoods filled with a rich history, a love for music and other performing arts, and several tours to take. Heading out to take in the best New Orleans has to offer is one of the best choices you'll make because there's no better way to spend a weekend.
The French Quarter is one of the most iconic areas of the city, with beautiful Creole architecture and exciting nightlife that always seems to have something going on. Bourbon Street, the most famous street in the town, offers excellent musical entertainment options along with some of the hottest restaurants and bars. These areas are the scene for much of the excitement during Mardi Gras and are good places for a leisurely walk in the evening or on the weekend.
If you love old mansions set on beautiful grounds, you'll want to be sure to visit The Garden District. This neighborhood is famous for having been the home of author Anne Rice and has several buildings that have been featured in movies. Many of these homes and their grounds are open for tours, and it's not uncommon for special events to take place at these locations.
You'll enjoy the city's many park areas, including Jackson Square, which hosts artists drawing, painting, and selling their masterpieces, where you might even spot some "human statues" out and about. Woldenberg Riverfront Park is a perfect place for New Orleans residents to enjoy a walk along the river and if you're seeking something a little wilder, Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge is a nationally protected wild area with plenty of birds and other species to see. Even though the Crescent City is one of Louisiana's biggest cities, there are enough places where you can enjoy the outdoors.
New Orleans' long history makes it a favorite place to see the famous cemeteries known as the Cities of the Dead, which hold a position of particular importance in the Voodoo religion. Many of these above-ground tombs are elaborate and are the final resting places for residents as diverse as General Beauregard, musician Al Hirt, and voodoo queen Marie Laveau. The cemeteries are part of many of the haunted history tours, and all have hours where they are open that are convenient for weekend visits.
The city is rich with museums that highlight the contributions of diverse ethnic groups, as well as the city's multi-layered and often complicated history. Some of the museums you'll want to consider as options include The Cabildo, The New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park, Tulane Museum of Natural History, and New Orleans Jazz Museum, which covers several of the most popular historic periods. These locations have a lot to offer visitors of all ages, including special programs that often have both educational and entertainment value.
Sports fans in New Orleans never have an excuse to miss out on the action, with three of the top sports represented in the city. Football fans won't want to miss out on a Saints game at the Superdome, no matter who the Saints are up against. If you prefer, you might want to catch a Pelicans basketball game at Smoothie King Center or a Baby Cakes baseball game at the Metairie "Shrine on Airline," both of which are great options to keep on the agenda for your weekend.
Stores are offering virtually any item you can think of from art to unique jewelry here, and should your plans include early holiday shopping. You won't need to look further. Magazine Street and Royal Street have a great selection of stores that serve as excellent chain store alternatives, offering a distinct city flavor. The Riverwalk is an ideal place to shop for everything under one roof, and grab something to eat, too, or take some time watching riverboats arrive and disembark.
The Big Easy is full of exciting festivals, with January and February Mardi Gras celebrations being the most famous. The NOLA Soul and Art Festival and Cajun-Zydeco Festival rank among the top yearly musical events that even draw people from out of town. The Sugar Bowl that takes place on New Year's Day is another popular event that ranks up with Mardi Gras for popularity.
Louisiana boasts several native plants that are perfect additions to any yard. Some of the top colorful flower options include Autumn Sage, Louisiana phlox, and hybrid irises. Trees that are beautiful additions include magnolias, bald cypress, and pecan trees, all of which grow at reasonable rates.
Grass types that are common on New Orleans lawns include Bermuda grass, carpet grass, and centipede grass, which adapt well to a warm weather care cycle. These grasses adapt well to heat and humidity, which is essential for anything growing in a yard in The Big Easy. Your lawn will grow easily when benefiting from the care and maintenance that we provide.
Aeration involves putting small holes in the lawn that help let nutrients, water, and air in for the roots, keeping the soil from compacting. Since compacted soil harms the roots, it is essential to make sure aeration takes place on a regular schedule for everything to look its best. Our lawn care experts can easily handle this and other tasks, so you have more time to enjoy what's going on in the city.
Proper watering, fertilizing, and mowing are essential parts of necessary lawn care. We provide a full range of lawn and garden care services. We know that having your yard look good matters to you, but so does your leisure time.
If you're ready, contact us today for a quote. We appreciate your unique needs and will provide a quote based on those needs. We're prepared to help no matter how often your yard needs care, so there are plenty of ways for you to spend your time without worrying about your yard.