GreenCare for Troops

April 15, 2010

Davis Reece Landscaping supports families of the men and women serving our country in the armed forces by working with Project EverGreen and its GreenCare for Troops program to provide lawn care services at no charge. Please contact us to schedule a consultation or for any questions you may have.

Learn more about GreenCare for Troops.

Fall Yard Clean-Up

November 29, 2009

Services include leaf clean-up, mow, edge, and blow. Prices start at just $45. Contact us to schedule your fall yard clean-up today.

Download our Fall Yard Clean Flyer (PDF).

Properties Maintained By Davis Reece Featured In "Atlanta's Best New Homes"

September 23, 2009

Do you want your property to look good enough to be featured in “Atlanta’s Best New Homes?” Contact Davis Reece Landscaping today.

Quick Steps For Caring For Your Bermuda Lawn

April 28, 2009

My Bermuda lawn is turning green now what should I do?

First make sure you have inspected your mower. Did you check/change the oil and spark plug?  How is that air filter from last year? Do the tires need air? Did you empty out that old gas? Do you have sharp the blades? Get these questions answered before you proceed.

Set that mower deck height to cut at 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inches tall.

In April and early May, your Bermuda will start to come out of its dormant state. When it is about 50% green, apply a slow-release, high nitrogen fertilizer.  Follow the instructions on the bag or give us a call for professional service.

Mark your calendar – You should apply fertilizer to Bermuda two to three times during the growing season.

A second application should be applied in about six to eight weeks later or as directed on the bag.

The third application in another six weeks may be desired.

If you have weeds apply a lawn weed killer in June to control growing weeds.

Top 10 Perennials

April 27, 2009

Looking to spruce up that yard. Here are some easy to grow choices for Perennials. Be sure to check your zone area to ensure these match your growing area. Georgia is in zone 8.

1. Iris (Iris sp.) Zones 4 to 9

2. Peony (Paeonia sp.) Zones 3 to 8

3. Hosta (Hosta sp.) Zones 3 to 9

4. Astilbe (Astilbe sp.) Zones 4 to 8

5. Bee Balm (Monarda sp.) Zones 4 to 9

6. Bleeding Heart (Dicentra sp.) Zones 3 to 8

7. Daylily (Hemerocallis sp.) Zones 3 to 10

8. Delphinium (Delphinium sp.) Zones 3 to 8

9. Yarrow (Achillea sp.) Zones 3 to 9

10. Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) Zones 3 to 9

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