Lawn Project Spotlight: From Stressed and Dying to Lush and Green

We would like to take the time to highlight some of the amazing projects and lawn makeovers that our extraordinary team has completed. The team always sees the projects from conception through to completion, and it shows!

We took this lawn over from a Gainesville mowing company we partner with to provide lawn health services, and this lawn was deep in stress. The lawn was drought stressed, nutrient-deficient, pest damaged, and was dying rapidly.

Our lawn health and irrigation teams worked together to make this a quick turnaround. In just a couple months, this lawn turned from down and out to being the star of the show. How did they make such a turnaround happen?

  • Proper sprinkler adjustments and repair -  ☑️
  • Soil Amendments - ☑️
  • Lawn Fertilization Service - ☑️
  • Weed Control - ☑️
  • Rinse and Repeat every 6-9 weeks on our
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Project Spotlight: Landscape, Front Patio, and Pool Remodel Project

We would like to take the time to highlight some of the amazing projects and lawn makeovers that our extraordinary team has completed. The team is extremely proud of this pool paver remodel and landscape rennovation!

This project was an exciting opportunity to take on the challenge of

  • renovating the front yard landscape
  • remodeling the pool patio from cooldeck to modern pavers
  • adding on several paver additions
  • overlaying the front patio.

The Traverstone 'White Pewter' pavers were a hit in their neighborhood, and the client requested them specifically as they were sleek, modern, and in-style.

The landscape enhancement involved keeping some of the foundational plantings in the original landscape design, but upgrading plants in several key areas to increase the color, curb appeal, and fluidity of the design for seasonal interest. It included Drift Roses, Hydrangeas, Agapanthus, Regina Irises, and Golden Lantana....

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Week 6 Tips with your New Landscape

*If you don't have time to read this full blog post, be sure to at least pay attention to the 4 main tips below:

1. Mow your new sod on the highest setting possible to avoid scalping (if it is fully rooted)

2. Continue to wean back water off the landscape. Watch this video with Chuck showing how to adjust Program B on Irrigation Controller

3. Watch for drought stress in plants as you lean the watering back.

4. It is time to start pruning shrubs and shaping them as needed.

5. If you missed the tips for week 4 click here.

**This recommendation is general and the timeline can change based on type of plants, season, soil type, and rainfall. Please watch your plants and add water as needed to help wean them off the consistent waterings.

4 Tips For Weekly...

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Week 4 Tips with your New Landscape

*If pavers weren't a part of your new landscape design, be sure to read the main 5 tips below:

1. Check shaded plants to see if they're getting too much water and full sun plants for not enough water.

2. Adjust irrigation controllers and heads if needed. (click here to watch Chuck explain how to adjust your sprinkler timer)

3. Decide on paver sealing if you had hardscaping done.

4. If weeds are coming in, be careful with spraying weed control around new plants-but remove weeds.

5. If you missed the tips for week 3 click here.

If pavers are a part of your new landscape, the time is here to make a decision about protecting your pavers with sealant. We recommend waiting 45 days from the initial installation to allow additives in the pavers to...

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Quick Tips for Week 2 with your Landscape

*If you don't have time to read this full blog post, be sure to at least pay attention to the 4 tips below:

1. Walk your landscape twice this week checking for issues.

2. Stay on top of weeding because extra watering can cause weeds to spread fast.

3. Plan to cut back watering schedule next week (another email will remind you).

4. If you missed the tips for week one, click here.

3 Tips for Success with Your New Sod:

We hope that you will be out in your yard enjoying your new landscaping this week. While you're enjoying it, we want to give you a couple of things to watch out for to ensure its long-term success.

1.Get Off My Lawn:

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Quick Tips for Week 1 with your Landscape

*If you don't have time to read this full blog post, be sure to at least pay attention to the 3 tips below:

1. Walk your landscape twice this week checking for issues.

2. Stay on top of weeding because extra watering can cause weeds to spread fast.

3. Plan to cut back watering schedule next week (another email will remind you).

Tips for your New Plants: 3 Things to Watch

We hope that you will be out in your yard enjoying your new landscaping this week. While you're enjoying it, we want to give you a couple of things to watch out for to ensure its long-term success.

1.Drooping/Browning Plants:

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Quick Tips for Week 3 with your Landscape

*If you don't have time to read this full blog post, be sure to at least pay attention to the 4 main tips below:

1. Set irrigation back to watering every other day (click here to watch Chuck explain how to adjust your sprinkler timer).

2. Your sod could start growing tall this week, but it is not ready to be cut.

3. Continue to walk your landscape 2-3x per week.

4. If you missed last week's tips, click here.

4 Tips For Weekly Maintenance On Your New Landscape

We hope that you will be out in your yard enjoying your new landscaping this week. While you're enjoying it, we want to give you a couple of things to watch out for...

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