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, December 23, 2019

Que el Niño Dios nazca en sus corazones y llene sus hogares de mucha paz y prosperidad. Son nuestros deseos esta Navidad!!!

One of the real joys of the Holiday Season is the opportunity to say Thank You
and to wish you a very Merry Christmas!!!

Saturday, November 30, 2019

From our family to YOURS!!!

Forever grateful for all of our employees and customers that make our story worthwhile.

Friday, August 23, 2019

Eye appeal is buy appeal!!!

It's worth sprucing up the landscape if you are thinking about listing your home. You don't necessarily have to go overboard, but it pays off when you spend some on the overall look of the yard.

If the outside looks like a jungle....... what would the inside look like.

And just like that, this beauty is ready to go on the market.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Remember, less is best!

If you recently moved to a new home, and you have no time to garden and keep up with shrubs and beds. Sometimes, less is better. It's easier to mow grass than it is to maintain flower beds.

Life gets in the way, and time is of essence. Here are a few before and after photos for a young homeowner that had no clue where to start but all he wanted, was have a yard to entertain and enjoy for many years to come.

Zenith Zoysia

Zenith Zoysia is a medium leaf texture blade warm season grass. It's dense. Low maintenance and it can tolerate traffic and wear. Requires at least 5-6 hours of full sun.

Zeon Zoysia

Zeon Zoysia is a very soft fine bladed warm season grass that can tolerate some shade but should at least get 4 hours of direct sunlight.

Whether you would like to go with Fescue, any hybrid Bermuda, Centipede or Zoysia grasses, you should always always do the following:

* Document how much direct sunlight your yard gets.

* Check the time of the year prime for planting the type of grass you like.

* Amend the soil prior to laying any type of grass with a good compost high in organic matter. Don't cut corners !!!

and last but not least, enjoy your investment and protect it by fertilizing when it's time to do so and control weeds appropriately.
Irrigate the lawn, as any living organism needs water to survive and mow it at the right height and frequency.

How to keep mulched beds weed FREE

No matter how much glyphosate you use or don't use, you should ALWAYS keep your beds mulched at least ONCE a year.

Weed proof barriers are not always good at keeping mulched beds weed free 100%. It takes a little effort from your landscape contractor and you, as a homeowner as well.

Hand weeding is sometimes necessary. It's not always desired, but it's a MUST!!!

If you are having trouble keeping Bermuda grass out of your mulched beds, you should stay on top of it, every time you mow your lawn on a weekly basis, during the growing season.

Metal edging will help contain the mulch in place and away from the grass, but you have to keep an eye on the creepers that make their way into the beds. ALL warm season grasses creep whether we like it or not.

Monday, June 17, 2019

Weeds, weeds, weeds and more weeds.

A few tips from our friends over at SuperSod

Weeds Are Among Us

* Mowing is a no-brainer for suppressing weeds.

* Mow to break the weed life cycle. Mowing cuts off flower/seed heads and that stops weed seeds from making more weeds. Get yourself on a weekly mowing routine and don't let the weeds get ahead of you.

* Spray crabgrass when it's young because it's hard to kill when it's mature.

* Spray Trimec only on established turf that is rooted and has been mowed a minimum of three times.

* Mulch is a time-tested trick for suppressing weeds in flower beds. Spread it 2-4" thick and keep it 1-2" away from touching the trunks or stems of your plants. Say NO to volcano mulching.

* Hand weeding is relaxing, environmental friendly and pulling weeds up by their roots is satisfying. Hand weeding is therapy!

Monday, April 22, 2019

Mow to suppress weeds from making seeds and making more weeds.

Take a look at some lawn care tips from our friends over at SuperSod

Warm Season Lawns

Prepare to fertilize warm season lawns (Zoysia, Bermuda, Centipede) after they fully green up and are actively growing. In many areas, soil temperatures are warm enough to fertilize the warm-season grasses (soil temps should be above 65 degrees).

TifBlair Centipede should be fertilized with very little fertilizer. Centipede Formulation 5-10-30 + Iron.

Elite Tall Fescue Lawns

Stop fertilizing Fescue for the summer.

With warmer weather approaching, it's time to stock up on fungicide for tall fescue lawns.

All Lawns

If you need to apply Lime to raise the pH

Soil Test Note: Always apply fertilizer and lime based on soil tests. A lawn may need less than you assume! Testing is not expensive.

It's too late for pre-emergent herbicide and now spring is time for post-emergent weed control.

Mowing! Mow, mow, mow. Mow to suppress weeds from making seeds and making more weeds.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

May the spirit of this holy occasion
......Make your heart bloom with Joy and Happiness

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Happy New Year 2019!!!

From our family to yours, we wish you a Happy New Year filled with health in abundance and much prosperity.