Oasis Landscapes & Irrigation provides complete lawn maintenance for metro Atlanta residents. We employ fully-trained, qualified technicians to evaluate and maintain the health of your plants, trees and turf areas to create a consistently beautiful property. Contact us today to see how we can create a custom maintenance program for your yard. Our maintenance services include:
- Weekly lawn maintenance (mowing, edging and trimming)
- Lawn fertilization
- Pruning of trees and shrubs
- Weed control for bed areas
- Seasonal floral displays
- Sod installation
- Plant installation
- Tree removal and stump grinding
- General lawn/property cleanups
Aeration & Overseeding
What is Aeration & Overseeding? The process of bringing new life to your lawn by allowing water and fertilizers to reach the roots and maintaining a healthy, thick appearance. Aeration: is the technique of reducing soil compaction and boosting root growth. Overseeding: is the planting of seeds in your lawn for a thicker, healthier growth. What is The Process? First, aeration removes the plugs of soil from the ground, placing them on the surface of the turf. The holes created are filled with seeds that promote growth and create a bug and disease resistant grass.
We are expanding our landscape maintenance department!
Lawn maintenance is crucial during the summer months. Despite the frequent and often unbearable seasonal humidity, July and August tend to be the driest and hottest months of the year. That combination can be lethal to even the most resilient summer grasses and lushest lawns. Our regular maintenance keeps your lawns healthy and also treats fungal diseases and dry patches. Heat and humidity won’t just affect your grass. Gray-white fuzzy mildew can form on shrubs like crape myrtles and Euonymous. If you notice brownish patches, mildew or other problems across your yard, please contact our maintenance team to schedule treatment right away. As we approach the heat of summer, now is the time to check, install or upgrade your irrigation systems. During the hottest day of the year, trees, shrubs and grass need about one inch of water per week. Metro counties restrict watering to three times per week. If you have a sprinkler or home irrigation system installed, make sure it is functioning properly and lines, spigots and spouts are not blocked. If you don’t yet have an irrigation or watering system, we have many options from low-tech sprinklers to high-tech zoning systems.Contact us today to learn more!