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Fockele Garden Company names account manager for Atlanta

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The Fockele Garden Company named Tony Haynie as account manager for its Atlanta area customers.

In his new role, Haynie will coordinate landscape management for Fockele's customers in Fulton and DeKalb counties. He will supervise and train crew leaders and monitor scheduled services including fertilization, weed control, irrigation, and plant rejuvenation.

"Tony has been working in the horticulture industry for 27 years, and he has extensive knowledge of annuals, perennials, pruning, insect and disease control, soil preparation and plant identification," said Todd Brown, General Manager of The Fockele Garden Company. "His experience will help continue to boost our presence in Atlanta and provide additional on-the-ground support for our customers there."

Haynie has previously worked in landscape management for Post Properties, Sandy Springs Lawnscapes and The Pruning Guru Inc. Haynie is a Georgia Certified Landscape Professional and holds a Georgia Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator's License.

Based in Gainesville, Georgia, The Fockele Garden Company serves clients throughout the Southeast. The company focuses on the maintenance and installation of commercial landscapes and residential gardens, and provides services such as irrigation systems, cisterns, outdoor lighting, rainwater harvest systems, custom water features, and stone work.
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