Phoenix Pro Landscaping


Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to plant trees and shrubs in Arizona is typically before the hottest months of the year. This gives the plants ample time to establish strong root systems before facing extreme heat.
We proudly provide our landscaping services to clients in Phoenix, Scottsdale, North Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek and the surrounding areas.
For billing, we offer electronic invoicing and autopay for hassle-free billing. You can receive and pay your invoice electronically and enroll in autopay to never miss a payment.
Proper landscape maintenance, including regular weeding and the application of pre-emergent weed control, can help prevent weeds in your landscape.
To design a landscape that conserves water, consider incorporating plants that are drought tolerant, placing plants with similar water needs together, using smart watering techniques and implementing regulated irrigation systems.
Common lawn care mistakes to avoid include over-watering, cutting the grass too short, neglecting to fertilize regularly, “using the wrong type of fertilizer or using too much,” mowing too infrequently and ignoring signs of pests or disease.
To create a landscape that is safe for pets, consider removing any plants that are poisonous to them, such as oleander, thevetia, and ficus. Also, avoid using fertilizers and pesticides that may be harmful to pets. You can opt for natural alternatives or choose products that are labeled as safe for pets.

Regular mowing, watering and fertilization are essential for maintaining a healthy and beautiful lawn. It’s important to mow your lawn at the proper height, water deeply and infrequently, and fertilize regularly. Additionally, proper aeration and soil testing can improve the overall health of your lawn. Additionally, it is important to keep an eye out for pests and disease, addressing any issues promptly.

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