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 Portland, and Vancouver, Blackberry Removal & Clearing Services with Godoy Landscaping Maintenance, LLC 


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BlackBerry Removal Services

Blackberry and Ivy Removal!

Enter Because blackberries (Rubus) produce new plants from crown regrowth, from underground shoots called rhizomes and from seeds that germinate in both spring and fall, they are vigorous growers. Add to that their thorns, their 25 year life-span, and their massive, gnarly roots and you can see that it's no puzzle why the plants are so persistent. At times it may seem like removing blackberry bushes is an impossible dream, but with your own persistence and effort, you can achieve success. your text here...

BlackBerry & Ivy Removal

Godoy Landscaping Maintenance provides Blackberry & Ivy Removal Call us for any of these Services
Godoy Landscaping Maintenance provides Blackberry & Ivy Removal Call us for any of these Services
Godoy Landscaping Maintenance has the right tools to remove blackberry and ivy
Godoy Landscaping Maintenance has the right tools to remove blackberry and ivy
Hundreds of People Call Godoy Landscaping Maintenance to Eliminate Ivy and Blackberry
Hundreds of People Call Godoy Landscaping Maintenance to Eliminate Ivy and Blackberry

Local Blackberry Removal Services Done right

We have the tools and machinery to remove your blackberry bushes and other overgrowth permanently. We'll make sure they do not return next season and that your property's integrity is maintained throughout the process. We make sure to dig down deep once the surface bushes are removed. Destroying the roots below the earth's surface makes it very hard for them to return the next season.

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