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Southwest Landscaping

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Jacksonville, NC 28540
(910) 526-0845
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  • We mow lawns! You choose the time frame and we will ensure that your lawn is taken care of! Lawn Care, Landscaping, Debris Removal, Spring and Fall Cleanups, Bush Removal, Mulch Installation, Dirt Installation, French Drains, Sod Installation, Fertilizing, Hedge Trimming, Bush Hogging, Edging, Retaining Walls, Rock Installation, Lawn Services, Southwest Lawn Care and Landscaping offers a variety of services to help keep your lawn healthy and your yard beautiful. Flower Beds- Add color and beauty to your plain old lawn by adding flower beds. Flower gardening is the horticulturist's reward for hard work. Flowers and flower borders provide color against the predominant green of a landscape. They are the accent and contrast that make a landscape lively and interesting. Flowers also complement most of the features that conventional landscaping materials, such as trees and shrubs, establish. They can add depth and dimension, form and texture, and change heights and slopes, besides their most obvious asset which is color. Flowers can also be useful, providing culinary herbs for the table and cut flowers for arrangements. The experts at Southwest Lawn Care and Landscaping can help you create a flower bed that enhances curb appeal or maybe you are looking for a flower bed that requires low maintenance, it's up to you! Check out our photo gallery to see some of our recent projects. Sod-There are many advantages of sod: Increases home value as much as 15% Instant erosion control Same day results & Environmentally friendly - We can add sod to a lawn with bare spots, or replace the lawn altogether. Contact us to discuss the different sod types and estimates. Mulch-One of best things you can do for your garden soil is to layer mulch over the bare spots between plants in your planting beds. Have you ever noticed that Mother Nature doesn't like bare soil? Perhaps you seen how quickly bare patches of soil get covered with weeds. That's Nature's quick and dirty way of ensuring that soil doesn't...