1. Getting A Healthier Looking Landscape

    Now that we are officially in the grass growing season, there are some things that you need to do to get your lawn ready to grow as full and as green as possible. Sure, you may know that you need to water your grass now, but having a lush lawn isn’t as easy as adding some water. At C & L Landscape, we want to help you be prepared for growing season with some ways to get your lawn looking bea…Read More

  2. More Tips For Spring Landscaping

    In our last blog, we talked about some of the things you can do when you decide to create a beautiful landscape. Everyone wants a landscape that they can enjoy when they come home from a long day at work and not something they dread coming home to. So we want to continue helping you get ready for C & L to visit and make your landscape design a reality. Growth Something that a lot of people f…Read More

  3. Tips For Spring Landscaping

    If you haven’t looked at the calendar lately, you may be surprised to learn that spring is right around the corner. Soon we will be breaking out the shorts and opening the windows. Don’t forget that you have a lawn to take care of as well. Spring is the perfect time to get your lawn ready. At C & L Landscape, we can help you with some suggestions to prepare your lawn for some gorgeous land…Read More

  4. How Landscaping Can Help You Sell Your Home

    If you are trying to sell your home, you will do just about anything to prepare your home so that you can get top dollar. You will paint the walls, replace the carpet or even make upgrades that you have been meaning to do for the last decade.  You are so preoccupied in fixing up the inside for pictures so that people will come to your home that you have completely forgotten the most important asp…Read More

  5. More Types Of Grass Used In North Florida Landscaping

    In our last blog, we talked about some types of grass. There are so many types that we thought that we would talk about more types in this blog. Choosing the type of grass for your landscaping requires lots of knowledge about the grass and the type of soil you have on your property. Centipede Grass In the panhandle and across Northern Florida, you will see Centipede grass all over the place. It is…Read More

  6. Types Of Grass Used In North Florida Landscaping

    Here in Florida, we don’t really get a winter. Not like the ones in Colorado or Vermont, for example. We are lucky enough to be, for the most part, warm all year round. This also means that we have to tend to our lawns all year. Grass can only grow if there is moisture so if we have warm temperatures but no moisture, grasses tend to go dormant. Here in Jacksonville, our grass grows depending on …Read More

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    Conserve Water & Still Enjoy a Beautiful Yard

    With the summer sun, proper watering is detrimental to a nice green lawn. Unfortunately, keeping your lawn green costs a nice penny. But, this doesn’t mean that your lawn can’t be beautifully landscaped too. There are a variety of ways to get the most out of your lawn while still saving money and conserving water.  These three tips combined will contribute to a beautiful yard in the summer he…Read More

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    Why are My Shrub’s Leaves Turning Yellow

    Why are my shrubs leaves turning yellow? As the premier landscaping and irrigation company in Jacksonville, we frequently hear this question from area homeowners. Frustrated with what appears to be an unhealthy plant, gardeners and homeowners often look for a quick remedy to the yellowing of their shrub's leaves. Providing texture, weight, color and greenery to any Florida landscape, shrubs are a…Read More

  9. The Mistakes Homeowners Make that Are Killing Their Lawns

    We Americans love our lawns. In fact, there are areas around the nation that get downright obsessed about them. As a country, we have turned this attention to our lawns into a passion. We love the carpeted velvet green of a well-maintained lawn, enough so that we spend about $40 billion on lawn care and landscaping services and products. Unfortunately, it's often a love that often smothers and d…Read More

  10. The Dirt on Quality Soil

    Earth. Dirt. Terra Firma. Often overlooked in landscaping design and services, a property's soil literally provides the foundation for all land usage and landscaping and gardening itself. Without quality soil, every aspect of our land use is vulnerable. From irrigation to hardscapes, from crops to building foundations, the soil that surrounds or supports them is of the utmost importance to any …Read More