At Twin Oaks Landscape we share your passion of beautiful outdoor living environments and appreciation of reliable landscape service providers. “Rely On Us”
is our fundamental business philosophy enabling us to convert our client's visions in to reality and truly manage their outdoor landscape.
Since 1993, we have been providing first-class solutions for both residential and commercial clients for weekly lawn and landscape maintenance
, as well as landscape design & build
projects. In addition, we create engineered drainage solutions
for unwanted water. We win clients over with our prompt and courteous professionalism, and retain them with our extraordinary care.
Our employees aspire to be more than “typical” landscape service providers, the result is a level of client trust, satisfaction and loyalty unmatched in the industry. This is our “difference-maker”, the foundation of our business philosophy, Rely On Us.
Our clients view the all-inclusive maintenance programs as simple, reliable, and invaluable; as well as the landscape solutions that increase property value and enjoyment. In their eyes, we are their own personal outdoor manager.
Our team proactively communicates any issues and/or recommendations to our clients, as well as conducts C.A.R.E. (Client Assurance and Review Evaluations) Calls to provide a scheduled avenue for communication.
Certified professionals and uniformed trained technicians design, install and beautify your outdoor environments. Our certifications support all facets of our business. In addition, we continuously educate and motivate our teams for professionalism not only in their specific trades, but also in providing superior client service.
Gutters and Drainage, How Clean is Your System?
December 05, 2013
On going maintenance of gutters and associated drainage is critical to the longevity of your dwelling structure. Over time, your gutter will collect debris from overhead trees, falling branches and a collection of leaves. If you have leaves on your grass, you can bet that leaves and other debris, has collected in you gutters. This material will collect, and over a period of time, create some serious drainage issues.
Plant of the week:
December 02, 2013
Here is one of the nicest evergreens available. Eastern Hemlock and its cultivars have a soft evergreen foliage that will tolerate shade quite well unlike most evergreens. Unfortunately they are in short supply lately due to a pest that is making its way around Michigan. The pest is called Wooly Adelgid, and it is lethal to Hemlock if not treated. It has not been found in our area thankfully, but if you have any Hemlock you should monitor it occasionally and report any infestation found. The bugs look like white fuzzy balls on the underside of the branches.
Hemlocks are too beautiful to not plant due to this pest, although if you choose to plant them, know that this pest will likely have to be controlled at some point in the future.
Plant of the week:
November 25, 2013
This is a unique and unusual plant that is native to Michigan! Generally it has been found in northern Michigan, although it has been found in Livingston and Oakland counties. It is usually found in bogs or fens. Sundews are carnivorous plants like the venus fly trap. They capture insects with their nectar-like secretions to supplement nutrients, such as nitrogen, that are otherwise in low availability in their habitats. Sundew leaves curl around their insect prey, when captured, to digest it.
Ok, your probably not going to be putting this in your landscape, but we thought it was pretty cool that these are found in Michigan. Let us know if you find any in Ann Arbor!