Living Landscapes Inc.
Designing and maintaining
your outdoor world since 1982
Do you have a yard that needs a revamp, or maybe your yard just needs some refining,
WE CAN HELP!
We offer services to Keep your yard tip
top shape, services such as:
- Landscape Design, drawn based
on your needs.
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- We can install a tree for you or a whole landscape design.
- Need a stone wall? How about a patio with a Fire-pit? We can build them.
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- Our Landscape Maintenance Department can keep your yard in tip top shape . Mowing,
edging, pruning, fertilizing, etc. We will customize a plan of action for your yard depending on your needs and budget.
- Check out our Landscape Maintanance page for information and articles
on pruning, and yard pests.
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- Check evergreens for red spider mites if necessary, with a appropriate treatment.
Read label directions, especially for limitations on spraying in certain temperatures(
usually if over 85 degrees, avoid spraying)
Continue to spray broadleaf weeds in mulched area with a non-selective herbicide. Follow
If your lawn has Bermuda (wire) grass, and you want it all to be Fescue, begin
spraying the Bermuda with glyphosate (Round Up Pro). Follow label directions. You will need to repeat
this spraying to get the best results, usually every 2-3 wk, for the next 2 months, or as needed. Then in the fall, you will
re-seed with a fescue blend. The following summer,
you may still have to spot spray and Bermuda that you have missed.
Chrysanthemums and asters should be kept pinched back until
the middle of July to ensure you have beautiful blooms in the fall, and too help maintain a compact, full plant.
If possible, remove spent blooms on Crape Myrtles to help
produce more blooms. Suckers (new shoots around the trunk) can be removed from Crapes all summer to retain neat appearance.
Continue to fertilize your annuals, especially those in pots, to keep them lush for the rest of the summer.