Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Lawn Care Program

August means two things for your home lawn or garden: Heavy storms, and late summer insects and diseases. Our lawn care program can help you to protect your trees, shrubs, and other plants from the latter, including mites, aphids, and scale, and can add mulch to account for any damage or loss from storms. Contact us to prepare your lawn for August!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Sudden Storms

Are the storms and wind making a mess of your deck, driveway, or siding? We offer pressure washing and deck cleaning services for all your exterior cleaning needs. We utilize state of the art equipment and experienced personnel to keep your home and other exterior environments clean while treating them with respect and care. Contact Queen City Lawn to schedule service today!

Wednesday, July 26, 2017


Aeration is an important factor for the overall health of our lawns in this region. Due to the hard clay makeup of our soil, this should be done twice a year. A Core Aeration will relieve soil compaction and allow a proper exchange of oxygen and nutrients to the root system aiding its development.

Monday, July 17, 2017


Mulch helps to maintain moisture around plants, prevent soil erosion, improve soil conditions, and reduces the growth of weeds in your landscaping. Between the heavy rain and hot days, these are all factors your home garden needs! Ask Queen City Lawn and Landscaping about our mulching services to keep your lawn and garden in good shape throughout the summer months.

Friday, July 7, 2017


July and August can be hard on your garden, particularly with certain insects and diseases being at their most active during the warmest months of the year. It may not be possible to completely control or eliminate these factors, but give your plants a fighting chance with our Summer insect and disease control treatment.

Friday, June 30, 2017

Lawn Tip:

The grass is starting to slow down with its growth. From now until the end of Summer a good rule of thumb to follow for mowing is cut fescue at 4” high and cut Bermuda at 2” high. Bermuda can with stand the heat but fescue is sensitive this time of year and cutting short will kill your grass.  Also, watering your lawn 2 to 3 times a week for 20 mins each time will help to keep your lawn healthy and give a better chance of survival during the summer months.

Friday, June 23, 2017

With All the Rain

With all the rain is your grass getting a little long. Call Queen City Lawn and Landscaping 704.947.3307to schedule an appointment or visit to see other services we offer.