Well I have been lurking through the boards looking for cheap alternatives to high priced organic fertilizers and all the other organic info, this site is awesome by the way, anywho I keep seeing posts asking for organic landscaping companies.
Well guess what I happen to work for one, the owner lived across the street from me in Aubrey and I got a summer job working for him. I had just finished with Garrett's book and saw him dumping compost on his yard, I went over and started probing and found out strangely enough he was the GM of a new organic maintenance company. His father is the owner and financial backer, he works primarily as a sales manager for GreenSense Organic Products and Back to Nature Compost, he's the ole wise owl. The father Mr. Johnson says he knows Garrett personally and even has the guts to critique some of his practices. I hit the jackpot, I am an inspiring horticulture major through Texas Tech Extension Center and needed the hands on experience.
Well to make a long story short, the company Clean Green Inc., prefers and endorses organic practices and treatment. Since I've worked for them, from about the beginning of April, I've dumped tons of GreenSense 6-2-4 turkey litter fert. , srayed gallons of Garrett juice mixed with citruis oil, and also sprayed liters of microbial lawn boost. These organic treatments are pretty funky but the houses we've treated are flourishing and the customers have smiles . Now I must warn you the prices run a little steep for my blood, but I'm a poor college kid. Basic lawn care usually runs $50+ but we are thorough. I wouldn't normally want our company to have more business since this kills my free time during the summer, but Scott the GM helped me get my mother's yard back to health, so I owe him one.
If interested contact Sean (me) or Scott at 972-839-8269 we have a website but I forgot the address. We generally service the North Dallas, Denton, McKinney area and surrounding cities. Just an FYI!
P.S. Aubrey, east of Denton and west of Frisco has lots of feed stores selling cheap organic ferts. I bought CGM 50lb for $18 just recently. Oh and if you don't compost yourself, try and find Back to Nature Fine Textured topdress Cotton Burr Compost it works miracles for your yard, we only get it at the wholesaler but give it a google search.