Client Comments (click to read)

  • Dear Scott:

“Thank you for always taking excellent care of our landscape and being so dependable w/o question.  We sincerely have one of the nicest lawns in our Riverwalk Subdivision thanks to you and your staff.  Wishing you the best for 2013.”

 

Sincerely,

Priscilla & Lewis C.

  • Dear Scott:

“On behalf of the residents of The Sanctuary, I would like to thank you for your kind donation to The Sanctuary Fall Festival of Hockey Tickets and the three $50.00 credit vouchers for Landscape Services.  By raffling these items and others donated by local area businesses, The Sanctuary Community Association was able to defray much of the cost of our annual Fall Festival.

Sanctuary residents enjoyed an afternoon of pony rides, bounce houses and games for the children, cotton candy, food and music.  A good time was enjoyed by all those who attended.

Through the support of businesses such as Scott Lawn and Landscape, Inc., The Sanctuary Social Committee has been able to provide this fun filled Fall afternoon event for the residents for over five years.  Again, thank you for your support.”

Sincerely,

Sandra A.

The Sanctuary Community Association Board Member & Social Committee Chairman

Winterize your lawn.

At Scott Lawn & Landscape, we have leading and innovative ways to preserve your lawn and plant materials through the winter.  Everything from custom coverings to strategic trimming of your plants, are in our arsenal and ready to make your landscaping last through even the toughest, and coldest Florida winters.  Give us a call today to custom plan your Winterizing!

Spring 2011 is finally here!!!

We have received numerous calls and questions with regards to brown leaves, palms, grass spots and many other plants. Believe it or not, if plants were healthy and well established into the winter, chances are that they are still alive and will come back.  Croton plants that my wife thought were left for dead are especially resilient for growing right back every year.  Palms can now be cut back to at a 10am to 2 pm position and if you have any questions please give us a call or post a question here.  Crepe Myrtles should be cut back and typically should be done in Mid to late February.

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