Syracuse NY Organic Lawn Care

About Us

Clients and Quality "First"

Established 1992

Our relationships with our clients are typically long term, and they start with an environment of mutual trust and understanding. This is our town, our community, and we value those relationships, and the friendships that have developed along the way.

Paradise Grounds LLC strives to be the premiere quality landscaping company for the Fayetteville, Manlius, and Jamesville, and greater Syracuse area. Our success starts we the idea that we are here to make your life easier, with our one company, one contact philosophy. Let us worry about the timing of your TICK & MOSQUITO control, your lawns weed control, with your spring mulching and new landscape plantings. You enjoy your summer, Your Tick Free, Mosquito Free, Weed Free yard, we will take care of the rest.

The Management Team

Tim Walberger: Owner and President of Paradise Grounds LLC: Living in and running his Manlius based business since 1992, Tim is known for his meticulous attention to detail. From every perennial planted, to every paver cut, all landscaping details must meet his high level of expectations. He inspects every planting prior to purchase, and he is present and working on all installations. Our business has primarily been word of mouth, so every design, every installation is a direct link to his long term success in the field, in this area.

Julia Clark: A Landscape Architectural Studies graduate, and a former Landscape Architecture adjunct Professor, at Morrisville State College. Julia's mission to keep kids safe from disease carrying Ticks & Mosquitoes started in 2013. Tired of hearing children should be in long sleeves in 90 degree weather, she decided to do something about it. Her programs offer Organic, Eco Friendly, and Traditional products. She wants your yard Tick Free, Mosquito Free, and a PARADISE once again for your family. She is also usually the first point of contact you will have with Paradise Grounds LLC, so just call Julia, or as we call her, "The Tick Doc"