Seasons Landscape offers a variety of programs and services designed to maintain your lawn.
Many of our yards receive "Yard of the Month"
Our basic Lawn Treatments consist of the following:
Our mowing service is a weekly
service from March to the end of October. The first mow is in early March when we mow the grass twice and
bag the grass – this
helps prevent thatch in the growing season. We mow/edge/and use a line trimmer/weed-eater, and blow grass
clippings. Most cities will not allow lawn services to bag grass because it contributes heavily to the land-fill.
We use commercial mulching mowers which feed your soil in between mowings. We will bag grass clippings around
a swimming pool. We
mow your lawn the same day of the week all season long – the only deviation is if it rains – in
which case we are there the next available day. We pride ourselves on our consistent service.
Seasonal Lawn Treatments
Jan/Feb: Liquid pre-emergent for control of
weeds and liquid post-emergent for broadleaf weeds that are present.
Mar/April: 2 treatments - 1) Liquid pre- and post-emergent for weed control. 2) Granular fertilization.
May/June: 2 treatments - 1) Granular fertilization. 2) General lawn insect control.
August: Granular fertilizer.
- Sept/Oct: Granular fertilizer
Nov/Dec: Liquid pre- and post-emergent.
Notes about Pre-emergents:
Pre-emergents are applied
to prevent crabgrass and controllable broadleaf weeds. Pre-emergents do not prevent grassy weeds such as Dallas Grass, Johnson
Grass or Nutsedge from emerging in your lawn.
If weeds persist 2 weeks after a treatment please call the office or go on line to schedule a service call
Control of Nutsedge (commonly referred to
as Nutgrass) May – September
Nutsedge is a difficult weed to control as pre-emergents do not prevent germination. The only treatment is
to treat it when it appears. It can only be treated in very warm months as the chemical will not affect nutsedge in cold temperatures.
The key to treatment is repeated applications – usually 3 to 4 treatments are necessary – heavy infestations
may require more treatments. There is an additional charge for control of nutsedge.
Control of Dallis Grass May –
September. Dallis Grass is another difficult weed to control as grassy weeds are not affected
by pre-emergents. It usually takes 1-3 treatments and the affected area will turn yellow or brown.
Flower Bed Weed Control Treatments - Pre-emergents
are applied to flower beds 4 times per year to help control broadleaf weeds.
Shrub and Tree Fertilization A specially formulated
fertilizer for shrubs and trees applied 3 times per year
Lawn Fungus Control These applications
are necessary when your lawn shows signs of a fungus such as Brown Patch or Spring Dead Spot. Susecptible lawns may require
a preventative fungicide treatment.
Fire Ant Control: We offer a yearly application of Fire
Ant control for pesky fire ants. For best results a spring application is recommended.
Sod: We install sod, Bermuda and St Augustine are the most
common. Bermuda grass needs a lot of sunlight to thrive. Most commonly Bermuda dies out on the shady sides of houses and
under trees. Please call the office for a consultation for lawn replacement.
Pruning: We prune shrubs and clean
flower beds monthly, every other month, quarterly, or upon request.
Mulch: We use Hardwood mulch for flower beds
Flowers: We plant annual flowers upon request.