Southwest Landscape Management


  • Dead head perennials
  • Fertilize lawns and control broadleaf weeds.
  • Tip prune new growth on shrubs.
  • Begin gradually lowering cutting height
  • Remove summer annuals and plant fall flowers (Mums, Ornamental Cabbage and Kale, Pansies, Violas)
  • Monitor for grubs in lawns
  • Renovate or overseed lawn if necessary.


  • Clean up leaves as they fall.
  • Winterize irrigation systems.
  • Core Aerate lawns.
  • Plant Spring flowering bulbs
  • Cut back perennials and ornamental grasses
  • Final mow lawn to a height of 2-2 ½” to help prevent snow mold.


  • Dormant prune trees and shrubs to reduce plant size and rejuvenate health. Look for crossing branches, remove old wood, open up interior of plant.
  • Consider a live balled and burlaped Evergreen tree for the holidays that can be added to the landscape in the spring!

Our Service Area

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We proudly serve communities in the greater Cleveland area.

Contact us for more information, or for a project quote.