Great landscaping isn’t just about putting the right flowers in the right spots, trimming hedges, thatching and aerating lawns, and other “natural” planting and maintenance.
That’s because most yards aren’t entirely “natural.” The best outdoor spaces usually feature a seamless blend of the organic and inorganic—natural elements mixed with man-made features.
Want your lawn, flowerbeds, and whole landscape looking great this spring? Call Bosch’s—we’re happy to provide all the cleanup and maintenance your outdoor space needs to be healthy and beautiful!read more
Bosch’s Landscaping loves the Detroit Tigers. We break down how Michigan can get grass like the Detroit Tigers this spring.read more
Winter in West Michigan can be a stressful experience.
Sure, most people who live here do enjoy an occasional snow day once in a while, or the opportunity to do some sledding, skiing, and snowball fighting with the kids.
Winter sure came back with a vengeance, huh? After the early snows in November, we did have quite the mild run in the weather. But us West Michigan natives probably should have known we wouldn’t get through the season unscathed.read more
There is plenty to enjoy about winter. Ice skating. Snowmen. The holidays.One thing almost nobody counts on their list of pros about winter is snow removal. You might have felt a chill run down your spine on seeing the first few…read more
Having deciduous trees on or near your lawn can make for a beautiful show come fall. With a carpet of colors adorning your grass, it can really make you start to think twice about leaf removal.read more
The declining summer heat meets with a rising crispness in the air. The leaves begin to change to beautiful hues as gusts take them from the trees. It’s wonderful! …Until you remember winter is on the other side of it…read more
Concrete gets a bad rap. Unfairly, in our opinion. “Boring,” they say. “Dreary, Cold. Lifeless. Brutalist.” Ever heard the term “concrete jungle”? It’s not someplace you’d want to be. Well, we’ve got news for you.read more