The Level Green Landscaping Blog

Expert Industry Advice and Property Enhancement Suggestions.

The most important reason to have a robot mow your lawn isn’t so you look like the coolest business in town.

Still, it’s not a bad reason, right?

Here at Level Green Landscaping, we’re excited to roll out our first robotic mowers in 2021.

Michael Mayberry, Level Green Chief Technology Officer, talks about what these impressive mowers can do — and why property managers should be almost as excited as he is.

Everybody loves saving a few bucks.

Buy one pizza, get one free can actually make your whole day, right?

So when customers suggest cutting a few items from their commercial landscaping contract, we get it.

But unlike that pizza, cutting landscaping services isn’t necessarily a good deal. (Also, there’s no pepperoni involved, which makes things even worse.)

It can actually cost you more in the end.

Here’s how:

Some surprises are great. Like when you think you already ate all the mint chocolate chip ice cream in the freezer, but hey, there’s a little bit left!

Others, not so great. Like when your commercial property’s lawn dies, and you have to dip into your already stretched budget to replace it. Surprise!

On days like that, ice cream helps. Better yet, add a few key commercial landscaping services into your contract to help avoid those unpleasant surprise costs.

Consider adding these:

Everybody loves insider info. It’s like you suddenly know a secret few people know.

So, if you’re a tulip fan (who isn’t?) it’s kind of exciting to get a peek at the tulip order that branch manager James Kole placed last year for his Level Green Landscaping customers.

What tulips does a pro order?

Let’s take a look. Then we’ll share some tantalizing tulip tips.

Imagine drifts of vibrant yellow daffodils on your property as far as the eye can see, casually blooming as if Mother Nature scattered the bulbs with cheerful abandon.

Except Mother Nature didn’t plant them — your landscaping crews did, using a planting technique called naturalizing that makes it look like the flowers popped up naturally in waves of impressive color.

Intrigued?

Here’s what you need to know to make it happen on your commercial property.