Top down above view of professional lawn mower worker cutting fresh green grass with landc

Lawn Service

Call Now!

(904) 294-4970

Portrait happy gardener or road landscaper man worker with gas grass trimmer equipment.jpg
FB-profile - sharpen.jpg


  • St. Augustine

  • St. Augustine South

  • St. Augustine Beach

  • Vilano Beach

  • WGV

  • King and Bear

  • Shores

  • Palencia

  • Fruit Cove

  • Julington Creek

  • and surrounding areas 

Specializing In

  • Grass Cutting

  • Line Trimming

  • Edging

  • Fertilizing

  • Pruning

  • Landscaping

  • Weed Removal/Prevention

  • Commercial

  • Residential

Lawn mower machine on a green lawn.jpg

Our Lawn Service Section

We have a lawn service and landscaping division driven by our expert and professional vendors. They are independent owner-operators who are honored to serve their friends and neighbors here in St. Augustine, Florida. They carefully tend to their clients' lawns as if they were their own and have been described as "very meticulous". Our vendors take great pride in their work because they Love Their Craft. Some are one-man operations while others include the whole family. For the best lawn service in St. Augustine, let us assist you today!  

Call Us Now!

FB-profile - sharpen.jpg

Lawn Care Tips

Feeding Your Soil

Nourish your soil. Fertilizer does not feed soil. It feeds plants. Cathrine Boeckmann, digital editor of the Farmer's Almanac, says that organic matter feeds the soil, providing food for the microorganisms (bacteria, insects and earthworms), which convert chemicals in the soil to a form that plants can use as nutrients. Plus, organic matter suppresses weeds and deters plant disease. 

Mulching Your Lawn

Try NOT using a catch bag. That's right. Try mowing your grass without the catch bag attached to the discharge chute. According to the Farmer's Almanac, grass clippings will provide nutrients that will feed your lawn and omitting the catch bag or using a mulching mower will both achieve the same result.  

Manicured lawn professionally cut in a diamond pattern.jpg

Beware! Which Toxic Pesticides Taste Good to Your Pet?

When we treat our lawn with pesticides, it may be easy to overlook the possible affects on our furry friends when we're so focused on our objective of a pest-free yard but beware. Some lawn pesticides can actually entice your dog or cat to ingest it being that they taste good. Yes that's right. Some pesticides actually taste good to animals posing a potential life-and-death risk sprinkled on your lawn. Pesticide products with the ingredient Disulfoton have that appealing flavor that attracts pets. Since it's mixed in with fertilizers made from animal byproducts, the flavor is even more appealing for them. According to the Extension Toxicology Network, Disulfoton is a chemical under the classification of organophosphates and is classified as a Toxicity class 1 chemical (highly toxic). It is manufactured under the trade name Di-Syston by Sanex, Inc. Other trade names are Bay S276, Disystox, Dithiodemeton, Dithiosystox, Frumin AL, Solvigram, and Solvirex.  If your pet has ingested the product you may notice symptoms such as diarrhea, seizures, weakness, fatigue and vomiting. Death can occur from respiratory arrest from failure of the respiratory muscles. If you notice these symptoms in your pet, rush them immediately to the vet. It may also be a good idea to bring the lawn product with you as your veterinarian may want to confirm the type of toxicity. The hidden hazards to our pets can pop out of nowhere. Being vigilant and reading the labels can enable us to make better choices for our beloved four-legged family members.