Southwest Landscape Management


  • Clean up remaining leaves
  • Cut back any perennials that were kept for wildlife or winter interest
  • Prune out dead, diseased, or broken branches from trees and shrubs.


  • Redefine existing bed edges or deep edge non-existent bed lines.
  • Install mulch once soil temperatures have warmed up. Mulch should be no more than 3-4” thick.
  • Apply pre-emergent to lawns and beds.
  • Begin mowing as grass starts to grow — usually mid-April.
  • Activate irrigation systems
  • Plant summer annuals (after threat of frost — usually May 15th)
  • Fertilize lawns.

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.