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With our expertise in landscape design and maintenance, we can transform your yard into an elegant outdoor living space that you'll be proud of. We combine seasonal color with perennials to create a beautiful appearance all year round while ensuring that you are satisfied every step of the way!
If you're interested in having any work done, please reach out and we'd be happy to provide a free quote on your next project. Looking for a second quote on a job? We can help with that too!
All of our work is guaranteed. We won't leave the job site unless you're totally satisfied with the work.
Your home is the single most important investment you will ever make. We take pride in providing each client with top notch service and making sure you're satisfied with each project from start to finish. We work hard on every detail so that your house looks better than ever before!
Some of Our More Popular Services
We provide full service landscaping services for both residential and commercial clients. Click on a link below for more information about that service.
We also provide many other services including raised flower beds, raised planter boxes, sod installation, retaining walls, french drains, tree trimming and pruning, and stone fireplaces. If you have an idea for something not listed, please reach out to us. We can help!
Frequently Asked Questions
How Often Should I Mow My Lawn?
Weekly mowing is recommended to maintain your grass looking its best all year. Increasing the time between cuttings will result in increased overgrowth and weeds, particularly during the spring and summer months when your grass grows much quicker. To avoid damage to the grass, keep your lawn mover blades sharp and clean when mowing. Mowing your lawn on a weekly basis will help it grow thicker and prevent weed growth. It will also eliminate any discolored or damaged grass tips while encouraging fresh, healthy growth.
How Often Should I Water My Lawn?
Every week, your lawn need roughly an inch of water. This can be achieved through your sprinkler system or through natural rainfall, but one inch per week is required for fertile soil and robust grass roots. Of course, water is necessary for all lawns, but too much or too little water can cause issues. Shallow grass roots will result from frequent, light watering. Overwatering creates an ideal setting for pests and lawn diseases. Watering deeply and seldom is preferable to watering lightly and frequently. Instead of watering every day, water to a depth of roughly six inches two or three times per week. Regular, deep watering is required during hot weather to keep the soil and grass roots from drying out.
How Important is Fertilizer?
The short answer is very! All lawns require adequate fertilizers to remain healthy, lush, and green. Your grass need a lot of energy to generate strong, healthy roots and green growth. Because most soils lack basic nutrients, appropriate fertilization is critical. Plants require the following six main nutrients. The first three elements, carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, are obtained from air and water. The other three, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, must be obtained from the soil or applied fertilizers. Nitrogen stimulates plant development. Phosphorous promotes root and seed growth. Potassium increases plant vigor and vitality. Fertilization on a regular basis will boost grass growth and assist your lawn combat environmental challenges such as cold, heat, drought, lawn mowing, and foot traffic. Your lawn care professional can help you determine the best type of fertilizer for your grass type.
How Much Does Grass Cutting Service Cost?
Most yards start at $35 a week, however, prices vary based on size, shape, access, etc. Call for a free estimate!
What Surface Should I Use?
Choosing a surface material is an important decision since it affects both the overall look and feel of a space as well as your budget. The key question is whether you choose a hard or soft surface. If you need drainage and prefer a less formal, more organic look, gravel or decomposed granite may be suitable materials. If you prefer a firmer and more durable surface, a hardwood such as Ipe or natural stone such as bluestone, limestone, or concrete pavers may be your best bet. Natural stone is unquestionably the most durable and, as a result, the most expensive material.
Do I Need Backyard Lighting?
The short answer is no. However, illumination is essential for things such as stairs at night to securely direct people down a route and into a home. It's also good if lighting serves a single purpose, such as illuminating a giant tree in a courtyard or along a perimeter to attract your eye into a location at night from within.
What Height Should My Grass Be?
Mowing your lawn causes stress on the grass blades and roots, so it will require time to recuperate after each mowing. Although mowing height fluctuates slightly with the seasons, there is a general mowing guideline that states that no more than one-third of the grass blade height should be removed with each mowing. When you mow your lawn too short, you expose the canopy to more sun and heat. Weeds require light to develop, therefore this can enhance weed growth, especially during warm months. Tall grass has more plant tissue, which allows it to retain more moisture, generate more chlorophyll, and shade the ground from direct sunlight. In warm weather, keep your grass a little longer, and in cool weather, keep it a little shorter. Talk to a Bergen County lawn care professional if you have any queries about proper mowing heights.
When is the Best Time to Water?
Watering your lawn at different times of the day can affect grass growth, weed growth, and lawn disease. Remember these crucial watering tips for the greatest lawn care results:
Watering should be avoided during the hottest part of the day, which is usually between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Water between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m., when there is less sun, heat, and wind.
If you are unable to water in the morning, water between 4 and 7 p.m.
Watering at night encourages mildew, fungal infections, and outside pests.
How Much Sun is Considered Full Sun?
Full sun is defined as more than 6 hours of uninterrupted light every day. Partial sun is defined as 3 to 6 hours of light per day, while shade is defined as less than 3 hours of light per day. Unless blocked by large trees or other structures, the west and south sides of your home will often receive the most sunlight. On a sunny day, the easiest technique to evaluate sun levels for the region in question is to check it every hour. Take notes and notice how the sun flows around your property throughout the day.
My Backyard Is a Wreck. Where Do I Start?
You want to take a close look at what's there, almost as if you're conducting a detective-like inventory of your surroundings. Is your property sloping? Is there any place where water pools, and if so, where? Is it more sunny or shady in some areas than others? Is the weather windy and exposed? Do you wish to keep a beautiful tree? Or perhaps a natural feature, such as a rock outcrop, could be incorporated. Or perhaps you want to screen your incredibly loud and obnoxious neighbors? Taking inspiration from the present site is the best approach to think about laying out the margins of the page, establishing the parameters of your design, and better informing your future landscape design. Try not to think of these observations as hurdles or hindrances, but rather as benefits that, if considered early on, can make your garden even more spectacular. You can also call us and make an appointment for a free quote!
How Do I Prevent Weeds in the Garden?
An inch-thick layer of mulch will keep weeds at bay in your planting beds. A healthy grass is the best weed-prevention method for lawns. When grass is healthy, it grows thick and bushy. This will usually choke out any additional "weeds" that could grow there. Plants like crabgrass are exceptions. Every year, these sprout from seed. Some chemical fertilizers include a "pre-emergent" that destroys seeds in the spring when the plants are dormant.
We're local to Corinth and the greater Denton area. We're proud to be a part of this amazing community and love that our job is to make each area we visit look prettier. Our sense of community is strong and we treat our customers with the respect and gratitude that they deserve. We're family run and operated, and we are not a franchise. We are the premier landscaping Corinth TX company. To learn more, click here.
1701 Bradford Ct. Corinth, TX 76210 (940)-291-8380