Better and worse.
Worse, mainly just because the background now looks "dismal", and "muddy".
Better, because you took some of the advice and began getting things set up a little better.
A few things that come to mind. (in no particular order)
• Your name should be down where it says "Starting at just $50..."
• "Starting at just $50..." is something I MAY consider making smaller, but it depends on what you want the focus to be on - the price, or the product/service.
There should always be one "main point" that is the focus of an ad. You can certainly point out other things, but only one should be "the focus".
Too many people want the "focus" to be "this, and "this", and "this", AND "this"... OH, and "THIS TOO!". No, Pick one
, and your ad will be better for it.
• Speaking of the "product"... those three photos are essentially the same. I'd drop at least one of them. They are competing for space, and none of them "stand out". It often makes for a better presentation to have one large image and another smaller image.
The one that is furthest back may make a good background image for the entire card, and then place one of the other two much like you have them now.
As it stands, there is no "one" portion of the ad that "stands out". Something needs to be the focus. Perhaps "Organic Lawn Care"? If so, just make it bigger, bolder, and add an exclamation point! Get EXCITED! This is ORGANIC Lawn Care, BABY!!!
Hope that helps! Any questions, just ask.