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Where do you go to if you want to experience some of the best entertainment in the world? The answer is none other than Las Vegas, NV. You have world famous casinos, extravagant hotels, great playgrounds, and lovely golf courses that are sure to keep you entertained all throughout. If the bright city lights aren't your thing then you can always pay a visit to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area to get closer to nature. Oh how awesome would it be if you could actually spend some time enjoying Vegas instead of removing leaves from your property. Lawn Love can help take that burden off of your shoulders with our renowned leaf removal service.

Even a city that is as hot as Las Vegas is not spared from the dreaded falling leaves that come during the fall. The leaves on your trees will eventually be shed during this time of the year and it will last for several weeks. Even though the dead leaves might provide you with a breath-taking scene, they do not provide any real benefits to your garden. These leaves are going to cause a whole lot of trouble as they can easily suffocate your lawn.

Leaf removal is your only option, and Lawn Love would be more than happy to help you out. Our technicians know how to work on any type of lawn, so you can expect them to have no problem cleaning out the leaves from your property. Give us a call now at 702-906-0136, or get a free quick online quote to get started.

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Leaf removal facts in Las Vegas

When should I get leaf removal?

Here are the most common times for leaf removal in Las Vegas:

How are leaf removal prices in Las Vegas?

Prices vary depending on both the size of the lawn and how deep the leaves are. Here are some average prices for homes in Las Vegas:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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Should I water my lawn today?

Clear leaves before watering your lawn. Rotting leaves prevent the sun from reaching your grass.

There won't be any rain in Las Vegas today, which means you'll probably have to water your lawn. Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 6:26 AM and set at 5:22 PM today in Las Vegas).

Las Vegas leaf removal

It's true that Las Vegas is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the U.S. Indeed, from 2015-2018, an annual average of over forty-two million visitors was reported by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. However, the greater Las Vegas metro area, encompassing not only the Las Vegas city limits but also the communities of Paradise and Henderson, is also home to a population of over two million residents.

Choosing the right tree for your desert home

With over two million residents in the hot, subtropical desert climate, a little shade is certainly much appreciated. Deciduous trees are perfect for the Vegas climate since they provide a blanket of leaves to cool you off in the summer, then lose them to let the winter sun through to warm you on a chilly day. Just remember that newly planted trees will require more water than the dry climate offers naturally. Let's look at several options for throwing some shade on your Vegas landscape.

Velvet ash (Fraxinus velutina), is a tallish, round-topped tree found naturally in wet areas. The compound leaves are a beautiful gray-green with a velvety (of course) texture. The velvet ash is tough enough to withstand the heat of a Nevada summer and the cold winter nights that are sure to come in the desert. Size range is generally from 15 to 25 feet but can get larger.

Royal Empress tree (Paulownia elongata), This sun-loving hardy tree is known to be one of the fastest growing on the market. It has shown growth of up to fifteen feet in its first season after planting. The clustered bell-shaped blooms herald spring with pops of lavender-tinged pink and white that exude the fragrance of jasmine. This large tree reaches forty to fifty feet high at maturity, with a spread of thirty to forty feet.

Date palms (Phoenix dactylifera), were brought into the U.S. from North Africa to use for the cultivation of dates. They feature long, feathery fronds, as opposed to California Fan Palms with their (of course) fan-like fronds. Don't be fooled by the feathery appearance, however, the fronds are spiny and stiff.

Bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa), the impressive bur oak is a strong statement in your garden. It features a huge trunk, wild acorns and a coarse, roughly grooved bark. This toughness means this oak is a survivor. Expect a long life and tolerance to most anything nature throws at it. It will provide dense shade for those hot sunny summers in southern Nevada.

Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus flava), while also offering the rugged resilience you need, the yellow buckeye doesn't take a backseat when it comes to beauty. The substantial bark serves as a counterpoint to its vibrant yellow flowers in spring and spectacular orange leaves in the fall. This stunner will provide you with the thick shade you need while also offering screening for privacy or serving as a central point of focus in your landscape. One of the best features of this tree is the low maintenance required on your part.

Silver maple (Acer saccharinum), as its name might suggest, this tree shimmers in the breeze due to the silvery sheen on the underside of its leaves. Even the bark echoes that color scheme when young. Among fast-growing species, the silver maple is one of the leaders. It adapts to differing soil conditions, enjoys full sun, but also tolerates a little shade. This tree can reach heights of fifty to eighty feet, so be sure to make room.

Weeping Willow (Salix babylonica), instantly recognizable for its long wisps of branches reaching for the ground with its fingers of long, thin leaves. Another large, fast-growing tree, the weeping willow can grow as much as three feet per year and reach heights of thirty to forty feet. As early as February, its green leaves and yellow branches signal the impending demise of winter. Look for its pretty golden hues in the autumn.

Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum), equally at home in southern swamps and desert cities, the Baldcypress is adaptable and beautiful. Its classification is a deciduous conifer, so it will drop its needles in fall. Speaking of fall, its orange-ish red tone is majestic. The Bald Cypress prefers full sun and can grow to a height of fifty to seventy feet.

Lacebark Elm (Ulmus parvifolia), the glossy dark green leaves of this beautiful tree adorn the circular crown in spring, changing to a gorgeous yellow and reddish purple in autumn. And that isn't even the distinctive feature of the lacebark elm. It's unique bark with mottling that produces patterns of color make this an outstanding addition to your Las Vegas landscape. Making it even more desirable, this elm is tolerant of different soil conditions and resistant to the diseases common to other elms. Mature heights can reach forty to fifty feet.

London planetree (Platanus x acerifolia), this popular street tree traces its beginnings, as you might expect, to London, England, where its distinctive characteristics were identified around 1645. It was found to thrive even in the soot-filled air of the city, resist drought, and provide marvelous shade. To this day, the London planetree is a mainstay as an urban street tree. You can expect its bark to flake off and reveal a lovely cream color.

Yes, all these trees will lose their leaves in the fall.

While it is great to have a magnificent canopy of shade at your desert domicile to ward off the heat, these deciduous darlings have a way of creating work when their leaves hit the ground. Living in the entertainment capital of the world, you would much rather be hitting the strip or taking in a Golden Knights hockey game at T-Mobile arena. Don't fret, just utilize Lawn Love's lawn services to get the help you need for leaf removal or any other garden task you might have. The leaves on your Las Vegas lawn don't have to stay there.

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