Anthony Lawn Care

Serving the Wake Forest / Rolesville / N. Raleigh / Louisburg / Youngsville / Bunn areas!

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Services available


Lawn cutting and care *weekly / bi-weekly / vacations

  • Hedge trimming.
  • Spring and fall cleanups
  • Pruning and trimming
  • Light residential power washing
  • Mulch installation
  • Pine straw installation
  • Sod repair / install

Other services available upon request.


Blog posts: "General"

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November 1, 2014

With the first frost rapidly approaching, it’s time to begin thinking seriously about protecting your lawn for winter. When it comes to lawn care, an ounce of prevention really does equal a pound of manicure. Getting on top of your lawn maintenance now will help your lawn bounce back from winter eas…

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August 2, 2014

Get Your Lawn Ready for Vacation;

When summer arrives, you may feel it's time to pack up and get out of Dodge for a week or two. Too bad your lawn can't shut down while you're gone. Here are some useful tips to help your lawn get through your summer vacation.

If You'll Be Gone for 1 Week or Less.…

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July 3, 2014

Treat lawn fungus problems if needed.  Circular patches of browning grass or individual grass blades with spots on them are an indication of lawn fungus problems.  Some of these problems will go away with shifting weather, however if they persist or if you have certain areas of your lawn that are pr…

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8 things to help your lawn right now

June 29, 2014

June Lawn Checklist

June 3, 2014

Some lawns need feeding.  Southern lawns like (Bermuda, St. Augustine and Zoysia) love to be fed at two month intervals from spring to fall for a total of about 4 feedings a year.  Centipede only likes two or three feedings a year from late spring to late summe…

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10 Quick Landscaping Fixes.....

April 20, 2014

10 Quick Landscape Fixes

New mulch improves your home's curb appeal.

Here are extra things you can do — in addition to the obvious chores such as mowing, trimming and raking — to give your landscape a perfectly pruned look:

  1. Remove leaves and sticks. A chipper/shredder can convert most small lawn debris to usable mulch or compost.

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