CLC Blog and Landscaping Tips


We cater to residential, commercial and industrial clients to provide landscaping, lawn care, and outdoor living and hardscape projects. It's our pleasure to share tips, tricks, and suggestions on keeping your home or business looking great! Whether it's how to eradicate weeds of assorted types, inspiration for your next backyard project, or even our favorite ways to handle mulching, our goal is to address landscaping and exterior decor questions you may have.

September 17, 2019

Is a Gas Fire Pit or Wood Burning Fire Pit Right for You?

Do you love spending time outdoors with your loved ones? Or you want to enhance the look and feel of your outdoor space? With a fire pit, you can enjoy your yard all throughout the year.
June 25, 2019

Guide to Watering Your Lawn Correctly

Everyone wants a green lawn all summer long! However, keeping your lawn green can be tricker than expected. Keep your grass healthy for as long as possible with these tips.
April 12, 2019

Increasing Curb Appeal with Tree Lighting

Tree and property lighting can increase the curb appeal - and safety- of your business.
March 5, 2019

6 Commercial Trends in Landscaping to Watch for in 2019

When it comes to determining how your prospective clients, employees and future tenants view your business, your landscaping plays an important role. With that in mind, here are the latest commercial landscaping trends for 2019 that will help you create a more charming and inspiring landscape, while saving you money and time on maintenance.
October 25, 2018

Business Christmas Lighting Dos and Don’ts

With Christmas just around the corner, illuminating your business inside-out is one of the things you have to do to tackle the enchanting tradition and draw in customers.
September 26, 2018

Aeration and Overseeding In The Fall

Fall is the best time to aerate and overseed your lawn. Conditions around Lynchburg are best between September to October when the days are cool and mild creating ideal conditions for seed germination.
June 19, 2018

Cozy And Welcoming Outdoor Fireplace Options

Summer is finally here! The hot season is, by no means, gentle on your turf as it can lead to a number of lawn diseases that can do severe damage to your lawn in a very short time. The biggest culprit behind this is the fungal diseases in your lawn.
May 30, 2018

Dealing with Clover

Does your yard look like it has been overrun by tiny, round white flowers with bees all around them? There is a good chance your lawn has clover. And that’s fine – most lawns do. But what if you don’t like how they make your lawn look?
May 16, 2018

Wishing your dandelions away

Nothing announces “spring” quite like small and yellow dandelion blossoms popping out everywhere in your lawn. But nothing announces “a headache” like dandelion either.

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