Weekly Lawn Care
Our weekly lawn care includes mowing, weed eating, edging, blowing away debris and trimming bushes 4 times a year. Pricing varies mostly on lot size, and edging needed for the abundance of landscaping designs.
Weekly lawn mowing is recommended as this will help ensure a lush, green lawn. Mowing grass that has gotten too tall results in cutting too much length off the grass blades, which can result in a brown or yellowish discoloration of the lawn. The longer grass clippings can also contribute to an underlying condition called “thatch” that creates a carpet of clippings near the base of the grass preventing water, oxygen and nutrients from reaching the grass roots.
Shrub and Tree Trimming
Keeping your trees and shrubs neatly trimmed will significantly enhance the beauty of your overall landscape appearance. Guests and fire/life safety units will be able to read your house address more easily. For safety reasons, it’s always good to prevent shrubs from getting overgrown and obscuring your home’s windows.
Planting new annuals in the spring will keep your garden beds vibrant and beautiful. Rotating annual flower varieties throughout your garden gives you more options than you would have with perennials, to change up your garden every year.
Cleaning Garden Beds
Keeping your garden well maintained is not just pulling weeds and dead heading flowers.
Fertilization and Weed Control
Applying the proper fertilizer to your lawn and plants is crucial for that vibrant, lush, green lawn and beautiful garden. TLC Landscapes, LLC provides an annual treatment plan to guarantee the results for your lawn and garden.
Individual fertilization applications are available upon request.
We work with only the highest quality sod in the D/FW area. Our sod installation team has over 15 years of experience, and we never have any problems with weeds or pest infestations with the use of our premium sod.
Our team is more than happy to help you choose a grass species that is best for your yard, based on your budget, shade coverage, and maintenance preferences.
Spring / Fall Preparation
When March rolls around, this is the time to mow the lawn to its shortest setting. Removing excess grass growth allows water and nutrients to access to the grass roots more easily.
Springtime thatch removal is a great idea, and will maximize grass root stimulation for a quick start to a lush lawn. And of course, applying weed and feed fertilizer is recommended after dethatching.
Autumn is the time to focus on leaf control and cleanup, as well as winterizing the lawn. The fall is also a great time to perform any necessary tree pruning. Trees begin to go dormant at this time, which minimizes the possibility of damaging the tree when pruning it.