Category Archives: Landscaping
Lots of people love having some color included in their landscape. If you’re one of these people you might want to develop a plan for seasonal plantings. Be prepared to spend some money though. All the colors don’t come cheap! If you’re willing to make the investment in your landscape and choose to Do It Yourself follow this planting plan.
Spring: Yellow, Purple, White
Summer: Use you’re favorite colors!
Fall: Orange and yellow
Winter: red and white
Feel free to contact us if you […]
These corkscrew crotons are beautiful and a great way to add some color to your landscape beds. They are very easy to maintain and require little upkeep. Just remember to cover if there is a freeze, which I don’t think we will have to worry about anymore!
If you are a LawnGuru monthly maintenance customer you will notice the guys are out trimming the Crape Myrtles in your lawn this week. By trimming them you will encourage new growth and maintain the height of your trees. You do not have to trim them but it is something that is suggested. If you are a do it yourselfer this is how you want them to look once trimmed.
This landscape turned out fabulous. Here is a cool picture of the plants getting watered in. Send us a message if you are interested in a custom landscape design.
Another beautiful landscape installation in Brandon. This customer put together the path and we filled in the plants and mulch. The flax lily really makes the paver path stand out.
Another beautiful landscape installed for a lawn care customer in Valrico. The grass is called “Bitterblue” St Augustine. It is so lush and green!
Add some color to you landscape beds by having LawnGuru set up and install a seasonal flower bed!
LawnGuru is now offering custom landscape designs. This is a design we just completed for a client in South Tampa. Contact us for more information.
Updated Watering Days from Hillsborough County.
Addresses ending in the number 0 or 1: Mondays only
Addresses ending in the number 2 or 3: Tuesdays only
Addresses ending in the number 4 or 5: Wednesdays only
Addresses ending in the number 6 or 7: Thursdays only
Addresses ending in the number 8 or 9: Fridays only
Locations with no address (common areas, entry areas) Fridays only
Locations with mixed addresses (office complexes, shopping centers) Fridays only
Will post a completed landscape picture later today once everything is installed. The plants going in are Loropetalum, Arboricola, Flax Lily, Maui Ixora, and Vibernum. It’s going to look great!
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Tore out some grass and dirt for a lawn care customer in Fishhawk. After removing the grass and dirt we installed some corkscrew crotons and flax lily.
Crotons are a great way to add some color to your landscape. They look great and are low maintenance. Here is a picture of some in one of our Valrico properties we provide lawn care services.
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Some tree trimming the other morning on Bloomingdale. Can see the signs now.
This is a yard we have been maintaining for years. Last year we put in a beautiful landscape. This yard is beautiful and Lawn Guru has been recognized again for the Great service and landscape we provided!
I’m sure everyone has noticed a dramatic increase in their lawns beauty with all of this rain. I wanted to take a few minutes to remind you a few different things to take into account with all of this rain.
Think of the environment!
With all of this rain you really do not need to be running your sprinkler system. If your rain sensor is not functional I would encourage you to either replace the sensor or hire someone to replace. […]
Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. It is imperative that you strengthen your lawn for the brutal heat we will likely experience this summer! There are several ways to go about doing this, and all of them are things you as a homeowner can accomplish or if you don’t have the time or desire you can contact us and we will take care of it for you. There are three simple steps you […]
Spring brings about vigorous growth of all plants, grasses and trees. We have already finished trimming back the dead leaves on shrubs, from the two minor freezes we had this year. This week we have also finished trimming the crepe myrtles back. Before spring it is suggested by the lawn professionals to trim back crepe myrtles to a desired height. This will control the height that the trees grow to and will prevent them from growing to unmanageable heights. The […]