Landscapers bring visions to life

This is one of the designs Dicke Lawn Services has created.

This is one of the designs Dicke Lawn Services has created.

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ANNA — 2020 has been a challenging year for many businesses. Despite these unprecedented times, Dicke’s Lawn Service had a successful year.

“We have expanded our team by adding two more full time employees with hopes of growing our team in 2021. Throughout the year we have added new trucks and equipment to our arsenal to ensure we are ready to take on any project that comes our way. We are currently renovating our location to enable us to work more efficiently,” said Matt Homan, owner/director of operations. “Along with this we are adding more retail space to better serve our customers. We offer mulch, topsoil, fertilizer, seed, trees, shrubs, perennials, decorative stone and much more. We also have a large selection of retaining wall options on location, as well as natural stone options including boulders, outcroppings, and large field stone. We are recognized by three of the leading interlocking pavers manufacturers as professionals in the industry.”

Homan’s report continues:

At Dicke’s Lawn Service, our goal is to help your property live up to its potential and increase in value along the way! As a landscape contractor, we are able to bring virtually any vision you have for your outdoor space to life. We have three landscape design experts on staff who are eager to start creating the next project. Matt Homan, Tim Niekamp and Keaton Topp can help design your unique space. Whether you plan to use it for outdoor entertaining, relaxing or minimizing maintenance, we can make it happen. Our designers remain involved throughout the duration of your project to maintain that all aspects flow together seamlessly, in a beautiful and functional design. Landscape renovations can turn an overgrown and outdated yard into a fresh and inviting new part of your property. Something as simple as a spring edging, trimming and mulching, can give your yard an immediate facelift with crisp bedlines and a fresh layer of mulch.

Creating an outdoor living area has never been easier. Dicke’s Lawn Service is an accomplished and reputable design/build company. Our skilled craftsmen can create attractive outdoor spaces by utilizing many different mediums. Whether it be natural stone, retaining and seating walls, hand-crafted paver patios, and fire pits, water features and ponds, or attractive paver-stone driveways and sidewalks; we strive to bring beauty to the landscape through all possible avenues. The possibilities are endless and all come to life through our designs and 3D renderings.

We want your landscaped beds to look their best through all of the seasons. With our Bedsaver Program our trained and professional landscape maintenance techs will service your property every two weeks and spray or pull weeds, while deadheading flowers and keeping an eye out for disease or potential problems. With this service, we are sure that your property will continue looking great through the entire season. Bagworms and Needlecast have become large issues the last couple years and if they are caught early, they can be treated and prevent further damage to your plant life.

Our mowing crews operate the newest equipment that provides a pristine look. We use proper edging and trimming practices for a professional striped lawn.

Jason Dicke, our licensed applicator, administers our five-step lawn care program which provides a lush green lawn, that is weed and insect free. With proper watering and mowing heights your lawn can have that rich green look.

As our company continues to grow, we have made some exciting additions, we are now dealers for granite countertops and Master Halco fence.

If you have a project in mind, we would love to work with you. If you are interested in joining our growing team, contact us today at 12450 State Route 29, Anna, or by phone, 937-646-0088.

This is one of the designs Dicke Lawn Services has created. is one of the designs Dicke Lawn Services has created. Courtesy photo