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Highlighting Our Landscaping Services


In Atlanta, landscape maintenance can be a near year-round affair. That’s why Twelve Oaks Landscape Co. is here to help relieve you of the burden. In this article, we’ll highlight just a few of our diverse and useful services in landscape design, landscape construction, and yard and garden management. 

For more information on how we can help your Southern home sparkle with renewed springtime charm, please contact Twelve Oaks Landscape Co. today and request a free quote. 

Landscape Design Services

Our landscape design services are as diverse as the landscape of Georgia itself. At Twelve Oaks, we offer specialized solutions for yard drainage, landscape lighting, sodding, planting, and so much more.

A yard that doesn’t drain properly can cause swampy conditions or damage the foundational structure of your home. Odds are, if you’re a homeowner or even a renter, you take pride in your home, so you probably don’t want that to happen!

In addition to drainage solutions, we offer state-of-the-art landscaping lighting designs. Whether it’s to illuminate your flowerbeds or to highlight the perimeter of your expansive backyard in the spring evenings, we have the systems, products, and service skills to get your lawn looking as “lit” as ever.

Planting is yet another one of our landscape designs services that we love to emphasize. We can design a one-of-a-kind planting scheme for your property, whether it’s a sprawling section of shrubbery or a plethora of potted plants. 

Lastly, let’s talk about grass. When it comes to sodding, the backbreaking labor and tedious tasks can be a burden for even the most fervent gardeners. That’s why we take care of the dirty work — literally! — proudly donning our work gloves as we go to town giving you a new, vibrant, verdant lawn.

Landscape Construction Services

Once the initial design of your landscape is laid out, it’s time to move on to construction and building. At Twelve Oaks Landscape Co., we can execute virtually any project your mind can muster, from modern outdoor refuges to commercial environment en plein air

Thanks to our diverse arsenal of heavy and specialized equipment, such as concrete pavers and stone-cutters, we can sculpt and structure your landscape into the build of your dreams. Your vision doesn’t have to remain in blueprint form; let us breathe life into your architectural and agricultural aspirations.

From fire pits and fireplaces to outdoor kitchens and elaborate water features, we have everything you need to create a paradise on your very own property. 

Yard & Garden Management  

If there’s one thing people complain about when the Atlanta temperatures start to rise, it’s the exhausting chores related to yard and garden management. Don’t sweat it, though; our landscape management professionals have you covered.

With spring just around the corner, what better way to welcome the start of a new time of year than with a leaf removal followed by a seasonal flower planting session? Our team of gardeners and landscape experts will visit your property, take care of last season’s wilted leaves, and leave behind a fresh base of flowers that will thrive from the early days of spring until the final dog days of summer. 

Conclusion

We know that Atlanta, Georgia, homeowners and businesses love the great outdoors but don’t always love the work and upkeep that comes with it. Now that you know the wide variety of top-notch services that Twelve Oaks Landscape Co. has to offer, why not give us a call? After all, there’s not much to lose from a quick dial and a free consultation. Get in touch with us today. We can’t wait to grow something great together!

Pruning Crepe Myrtles: A How-To Guide


Known both as crepe myrtles and crape myrtles, this beautiful flowering southern tree thrives year round, offering spectators a visual treat no matter the season. Boasting eye-catching blooms and attractive bark, this flowering tree blooms on new wood. That means pruning is essential to the success of this tree. Winter and early spring are ideal times to get out the pruners because they are leafless, which makes it easier to spot the branches. But don’t just hack away. There is a method to the madness! Here are some tips:

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Common Lawn Care Mistakes and How to Fix Them


Do you look longingly at your neighbor’s lush green lawn and wonder why his is so perfect? Do you go by the books and try to get your lawn to look the same to no avail? Well, you may be taking the wrong approach. You’re not alone, though. Many homeowners make mistakes on a daily basis in regards to weed control, grass growth and maintenance. Here are some common lawn care mistakes you may be making, and tips on how to fix them. Soon, YOUR yard will be the envy of the neighborhood.

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Your Guide to Pruning Hydrangeas


Hydrangeas are a common plant in the South and are thus included in many home and business landscapes. Many home owners and landscapers mistakenly think the best time to prune these bushes is in February; however, this isn’t entirely true when you take a look at how these flowers develop. According to the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, some hydrangeas bloom on “old wood” while others on “new wood.” If they are on old wood, this means the blooms are produced by buds stemming from the previous summer; buds forming on this year’s growth show up on new wood. As an example, big leaf and oak leaf bloom on old wood; smooth and Panicle hydrangeas bloom on new wood.

Pruning shrubs that bloom on old wood right after flowering will prevent the removal of the developing buds for next year. August is when the next year’s buds start to form. Shrubs on new wood would be best pruned in late winter or early spring so new blooms are encouraged. Check out these maintenance tips:

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Preserving Your Pavers: Protect Them From Debris


If you have pavers in your backyard for a patio, walkway or garden area, you know how beautiful and functional they can be. However, if you fail to keep up with maintenance, they will fall victim to staining, pitting, and cracking from debris and the effects of weather. It’s a fact of life: people will spill wine, soda, and food on your pavers. Nature will drop acorns, falling limbs, leaves and pine needles on your pavers. You can’t really avoid all that, but you can take some preventive measures to ensure these decorative exterior surfaces withstand abuse from the environment, people, pets and weather.

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Landscape Lighting Planning & LEDs: Creating a Plan


When it comes to landscape lighting and design, you need a well-thought-out master plan that incorporates lighting in different phases. Which phases should be done first, second, third? Where do you need the most light? What are you hoping to achieve? Landscape lighting addresses three main factors: safety for guests and home owners at night, theft deterrent and ambience. Having a master plan in place will help this process go much more smoothly.

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The Different Options of Outdoor Fireplaces


If you love to spend time outdoors in your backyard even in the cooler months, there’s no better way to relax than in front of a roaring fireplace. Fireplaces aren’t just for indoors; there are many outdoor options to choose from that can turn a ho-hum evening into a fun and entertaining one. Twelve Oaks Landscape can provide you with just the right outdoor fireplace or fire pit for your family to enjoy in your outdoor living space. From custom built to pre-fab to kits, you have several options at your disposal when considering an outdoor fireplace or firepit.

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DIY Tips on Pre-Emergent vs. Post-Emergent Herbicides


If you consider yourself a DIY type around the yard, you may have decided to go it alone when it comes to handling your lawn. If so, you’ll need to arm yourself with the knowledge on how to treat weeds of all kinds and at various stages in their growth. Let Twelve Oaks Landscape provide you with a few nuggets of information when it comes to the use of pre-emergent vs. post-emergent products for your turf. Our experienced team can help you determine the differences between the most important herbicides you can apply to keep those pesky weeds at bay.

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