What Happened to Scotts LawnService?

Why You Can’t Find Locations Anymore

Lawn Care Allentown, PA

Scotts LawnService was founded in 1998 as a division of the Scotts Miracle-Gro Company. It offered a variety services including lawn, tree, and shrub care. A little under two decades later, this lawn service provider seemed to disappear. Read on to learn what happened to Scotts LawnService.

What Happened to Scotts LawnService?

In April of 2016, TruGreen announced it merged with Scotts LawnService. As part of the merger, all products and services under the name Scotts LawnService would take on the TruGreen brand. (The Scotts Miracle-Gro company still has a 30% stake with the option to buy back in the future.)

Who is TruGreen? They’re a nationwide lawn care company with 200 branches across the United States. Like Green Lawn Fertilizing, they offer a variety of different services to address the health of lawns.

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At Green Lawn Fertilizing, we have found the location of your lawn care provider to make a significant impact on your yard’s health. While there are a lot of factors that go into a healthy green lawn, many are vastly affected by the local climate. Think of all the unique things that effect the appearance and health of your lawn and how they vary from place to place, like your type turfgrass and weeds native to the area, soil conditions, rainfall, and temperature.

We find big national chains take one size fits all approach to lawn care. When you have over 200 locations, how can you not? That’s why we have focused our efforts and services for the PA, NJ and DE environment and create a specific plan to treat your lawn based off the local conditions. Plus, we check our competition and make sure our prices are in line with other lawn care companies servicing the Philadelphia tri-state area. We realize that you have a choice in lawn care which is why we aim to provide you with a beautiful lawn and great service for a fair price. Learn more about our lawn care service plans today.