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The following are our most frequently asked questions. Please feel free to contact us if you cannot find your question or answer here.

General Business Questions:


Who will work on my property?


Well trained, supervised personnel with the proper equipment. All employees will wear a company uniform.


Are you a licensed landscaper? Insured?


Yes. We hold all of the necessary State Licenses for Florida and we are covered for workers compensation, liability and motor vehicle.


How do you schedule your clients?


We are a full service company serving both residential and commercial clients, therfore we schedule our clients by location. For example, all beachside customers are designated to certain days of the week, and so on.


What type of residential clients do you work for?


We provide services to anyone who wants a beauitful landscape and knows the true value of caring for a beautiful home and property.

Maintenance/Lawncare Questions:


I’m having an event or party, can you pay special attention to my property?


Please let us know 7-10 days ahead and we will provide weekly service the week of your party. With 14 days notification we can also provide a more detailed service, including mulching, pruning and seasonal color so that your property will look its best for your event or party!


How often should I irrigate my lawn?


St. Johns Water Management regulates water usage and the frequency of watering a lawn. However, if you have newly installed sod please click here for our suggested watering schedule. 


What size mower do you use?


We use 36 inch, 50 inch, 60 inch and push mowers, depending on property size and access.





At what height do you cut the lawn? Can you cut the lawn to a specific height if requested?


We cut St. Augustine sod to 3.5 inches and Bahia sod to 2.5 inches. We recommend these heights for this area's climate, however, if you would like it cut shorter we can. 

Why is mowing at the right height and alternating patterns of cut so important?


The right height will cause less damage to the blade of grass so the plant is under less stress. This in turn will allow for better vigor which in itself will help shade, fend off weeds and protect against insect damage.

When and how should my shrubs be pruned?


The following is a basic guideline for pruning. When present, damaged or diseased shrub-limbs and branches should be removed. Most flowering shrubs and ornamental trees, should be pruned after blooming and before the next year's buds set. Prune whenever possible for plant health and to keep the natural shape of the plant.

What are some of the most import things a lawn in Florida needs?


Irrigation and fertilization are the most important things for a lawn in Florida, as well as routine maintenance. 

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