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, November 28, 2016

Another transformation gone right!!!

You've heard the saying "there are no ugly women but poorly arranged". The same goes for older homes and their existing landscapes.

Our family at Two Brothers Landscaping, continues to grow!!!

Hope each and everyone had a blessed Thanksgiving holiday among your loved ones. We will like to announce we are pregnant with Baby #4 and we are due June 6th 2017.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Happy Veterans Day

For the Freedoms that we all enjoy
Our Thanks to the many young men and women
Serving in all branches of the military
We Salute You!!!

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Bermuda/Zoysia Dormancy Tips

It's fall and most warm season grasses (bermuda, zoysia, centipede) are starting to go dormant. Here are a few tips to keep in mind:

* Do not mow it too short, to protect it from winter kill. Keep it a 2.5 inches. During the summer months it's okay to mow it at 2". Raise it 1/2" inch for the cooler months.

* Although you won't have to water too much, make sure the soil doesn't get powder dry.

* Your lawns will not need to be treated unless you start noticing annual bluegrass, also known as Poa annual. (photo below)

It's a very prolific cool-season weed and it spreads very quickly. It can be a nuisance if left untreated.

* December through February, try to remove excessive lawn debris (rocks, sticks, leaves) to ensure proper greenup in the spring.

* Don't forget to winterize your irrigation systems and remove backflow units. These should be wrapped in a towel and stored indoors, to avoid any damage to the cast iron mechanisms. Most garages are not insulated and some cracking might occur.

For more information, visit the N.C. State Turf-files website at