Residential Landscape Maintenance Services

Residential Landscape Maintenance Services - Charlottesville

We strive to provide you with a proactive plan for your home’s landscaping maintenance services. We will work with you to develop a plan that identifies landscaping services that you need, as well as services that are NOT needed, and a budget.

We strive to provide excellent communication and a reliable schedule for your landscaping care. When you choose Landscaping Charlottesville for your residential landscaping maintenance, you will know when to expect us on your property, how often, and what services we will perform.

From our regular mowing services, to emergency tree removal, we have you covered! We offer complete landscaping services.

Along the way, we will continually make recommendations regarding how to enhance your property to ensure that your landscape stays fresh and inviting all year round.  

Contact us to find out what we can do for you

.We offer complete landscaping services. Below are just a few of the Residential Landscape Services we can offer you:

  • Seasonal flower displays

  • Tree & shrub care

  • Mosquito & pest control

  • Sod Installation

  • Turf program - fertilizers and supplements

  • Irrigation services

  • Tree Care - tree removal, pruning, stump grinding

  • Leaf removal

  • Snow removal services

Great Native Plants

Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense)Native GroundcoverMoist SoilsPartial - Full ShadeFlowers: April - MayLush green groundcoverExcellent under trees and shrubsFood source for the Pipevine Swallowtail ButterflyUsed by Native Americans for medicine and to flavor foodsSpreads quicklySemi-evergreenWhite Turtlehead (Chelone glabra)Native PerennialMoist - Wet SoilsFull Sun - Partial ShadeFlowers: July - OctoberNectar source for butterflies and hummingbirdsLarval food source for Baltimore Checkerspot ButterflyLeaves used for medicineRelated species: Pink Turtlehead (C. lyonni and C. obliqua)White Wood Aster (Eurybia divaricata)Native PerennialMoist - Dry SoilsPartial - Full ShadeFlowers: July - OctoberCentral disk starts yellow, ages to reddish-purpleNectar source for butterfliesGrows well under trees and along base of hedges; good groundcoverReseeds and spreads quicklyWoodland Sunflower (Helianthus divaricatus)Native PerennialMoist - Dry SoilsPartial SunFlowers: July - SeptemberNectar for butterflies; seed for songbirdsGood for shady borders or naturalized gardensExcellent fresh-cut flowerDwarf Violet Iris (Iris verna)Native PerennialMoist - Dry SoilPartial - Full SunlightGood groundcoverEasily propagatedNectar source for butterfliesFragrant blue flowersBlooms April-MayEndangered in MarylandWild Geranium (Geranium maculatum)Native PerennialMoist - Dry SoilsFull Sun - Partial ShadeFlowers: April - JulyLavender or pink bloomsMedicinal usesNectar and seeds for butterflies, songbirds, beneficial insectsSpreads quicklyBeebalm / Oswego Tea (Monarda didyma)Native PerennialMoist - Wet SoilsFull Sun - Partial ShadeFlowers: July - SeptemberNectar source for hummingbirds and butterfliesLeaves used for mint-flavored tea; other medicinal usesFlowers and leaves used in potpourri; perfume sourceSpreads rapidlyVirginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinefolia)Native Climber/GroundcoverWet - Dry SoilsFull Shade - Full SunFlowers: June - AugustBrilliant autumn colorFruit: September - FebruaryGreat ornamental and wildlife valueVersatile groundcover for either sun or deep shadeNectar source and berries for song birds and small mammalsGood for steep, sunny slopesCreeping Phlox (Phlox stolonifera)Native GroundcoverMoist - Dry SoilsPartial - Full ShadeFlowers: April - JuneFlower colors: white, pink, blue, purple, violetNectar source for butterflies and beneficial insectsFast-spreading groundcoverIdeal under treesWild Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum)Native GroundcoverMoist SoilsPartial - Full ShadeFlowers: April - JuneSprays of 1/2” white flowersEvergreen groundcoverExcellent in rock gardensGood under treesGolden Ragwort (Packera aurea)Native PerennialMoist - Wet SoilsFull Sun - Full ShadeFlowers: April - AugustLong bloom periodNectar source for butterfliesSpreads quickly; can be aggressive