• History

    Posted on June 20, 2016 by in Uncategorized

    Sidney Spight was involved in nursery stock growing in childhood through early adulthood. He became a grading sodding and landscape contractor in Memphis, Tennessee, mostly for residents in the early 1960s and then a commercial landscape contractor. Mr. Spight came to south Louisiana in 1969 to work Camille Hurricane restoration and clean-up and became state licensed in landscape horticulture in 1974. By 2000, he had contracted all over the southeastern part of the country.He has worked in 13 states.

    All Seasons Garden Soils:
    In 1995, we purchased a piece of property middle south Tangipahoa Parish that had been in the 1960s and early 1970s a dirt-sand and gravel pit. After the Pit closed for that purpose, the property owner allowed a contractor, doing clean up at a nearby plywood plant, to dump mainly pine bark and wood into the abandoned gravel pit until it was filled with mainly pine bark.

    By having the privilege of contracting in such a wide area both geographical and trades, Mr. Spight gained knowledge about climates, soils, material availabilities, growing habits of plants and many other landscaping strategies. He moved to Tangipahoa paris in 1983, quite likely the largest produce production parish in the state. Mr. Spight has worked very closely with produce farmers to develop soil mixes. He also works very closely with the LSU Agriculture Center in Amite. All Seasons sponsors some of the Tangipahoa master gardeners events.

    With a dedication to landscaping that spans decades, Sidney Spight’s knowledge is extensive. Call All Seasons at (985) 340-2911 today.