Two Brothers Landscaping LLC is family owned and operated, providing commercial and residential lawn and landscaping solutions to the greater Raleigh Durham Triangle area. Based out of Southern Wake County, our service area includes Raleigh,Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay Varina and Willow Springs.
Monday, February 1, 2016
Have you ever heard of "crepe murder". It's tough to convince homeowners not to do it and/or getting paid to do so. Please don't. Be kind to this beautiful specimen.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Monday, January 11, 2016
Thank you to each and everyone of our customers for making 2015 a successful year. We appreciate your continued business throughout the years and looking forward to working with you all in 2016. Hope everyone had a warm and blessed holiday season. Grasses are dormant and all leaves have fallen. Our season will start back up around the second week of February. Stay in touch. Yours truly, Ana & Danny
Friday, July 24, 2015
When rehabilitating your entire lawn follow these steps: 1. Choose whether you will like to go with a warm season grass or a cool season grass. COOL SEASON GRASSES (such as Perennial Rye and Fescue): Must seed or sod in the FALL. WARM SEASON GRASSES (such as Bermuda, Centipede, Zoysia): Must seed or sod in the SUMMER months only. Centipede and Zoysia do not have a high rate of growing success in the State of NC. You should sod instead. 2. Educate yourself about each type of grass and their watering needs. Whether you choose a cool season grass or a warm season grass, they both require watering. However, cool season grasses tend to be more high maintenance and they require over-seeding every fall. Warm season grasses do not require as much watering and, unlike cool season grasses, they self-seed. They are creepers and there is no need to over-seed every fall. However, if you are trying to establish a Bermuda lawn from seed, you should seed three seasons (summers) in a row, in order to establish a full lush green lawn. When sodding, there is no need to over-seed. 3. If you are going to invest the money and the time in seeding or sodding your lawn, you must do it right the first time and protect your investment: • Treat existing weeds throughout the lawn; wait 7 to 10 days before proceeding with the following steps: • Amend the clay foundation with soil high in organic matter (50/50 compost) and till it in. • Rake out any chunks or unwanted vegetation. • Spread seed and starter fertilizer. • Top dress seed with more top soil. Avoid using wheat straw if you can. It has a tendency to bring in various weeds. • Water the lawn on a daily basis for the next 3 to 4 weeks in order to see results. • Do not mow the lawn, until seed is fully germinated or sod has rooted. • Follow an annual plan of pre and post emergent weed control applications, fertilization, adequate watering and basic lawn care to prevent your lawn from wilting and wind-blown weed seeds taking root in the lawn and thriving in the summer heat. Your lawn will revert to its former state in the absence of such a plan.