Welcome to Morrison Lawn.com!

Whether you want your lawn to be the envy of the neighborhood, provide a safe place for kids and pets to play, or enjoy more free time, Morrison Lawn & Landscape can deliver a broad spectrum of professional services to give your lawn the care it needs.  We are a locally owned and operated business that has served our customers with personal and attentive service for 19 years in Gastonia, North Carolina.

 

We are a full service lawn care maintenance company.  In addition to weekly mowing, we offer turf chemical applications (weed control/fertilization, insecticide treatments, and fungicide treatments); seasonal annuals, fall leaf removal, and pine needles.

 

 

LAWN AND LANDSCAPE FRONT YARD GASTONIA NC

 

LAWN AND LANDSCAPE BACK YARD GASTONIA NC

 

 

 

 

A high quality landscape increases both the value and beauty of your home for years to come.  A property's front yard has always been the standard benchmark for curb appeal.  New design trends have shifted family gatherings and entertainment to outdoor living areas. Firing up the grill, smores at the fire pit, and backyard water features provide al fresco cooking, dining, and a relaxing atmosphere.  Attracting wildlife and adding seasonal color are the final touches to making the backyard our private sanctuary.

Creating a harmony between your architecture and nature surrounding your home is what we're all about.  We offer a wide range of affordable lawn care and landscaping services to maintain healthy and beautiful landscapes in Gastonia, North Carolina.

 

 

 

 

 

    

Contact us by Email: info@morrisonlawn.com or you can call us at (704) 813-2545

 

      

Landscaping Blog:

Woes with Winter Weeds
on Thursday, February 20 2020
  2019 was North Carolina’s warmest year on record since 1895.  With very few days of wintry chill during December, January, and February, Mother Nature has consistently moved the mercury higher for us in 2020 and made it a warm and wet winter.  This combination of a mild climate with lots of rainfall has created a perfect breeding ground for growing weeds.   WINTER BROADLEAF ANNUAL WEEDS Henbit, chickweed, dandelions, clover, and Carolina geranium are just a few of the unwelcome and early spring surprises that are waiting for you.  These weeds are called winter annuals.  They germinate in late summer and early fall and grow throughout January and February.  At this stage they aren’t really noticeable as small green dormant plants.  In March they flower, produce seeds, and become large, colorful, and unatrractive eyesores in the lawn.  Here in Gastonia, North ...
Landscaping To Take Care Of Our Back Yard Birds
on Thursday, January 24 2019
  Don't Forget About our Feathered Friends ! The Arctic Chill will arrive tonight and bringing with it freezing cold temperatures. So, what can we do to help our wild birds?  We just need to provide them with things that may be scarce this time of year:  shelter, water, and plenty of food. WATER:  BIRDBATH OR WATER GARDEN Although water isn’t a limiting component of bird habitat in most of the Southeast, it may be scarce in some areas during periods of summer drought.  Birds normally obtain the water they need from their food, temporary pools, dew on plants or the ground, or permanent water sources.  If natural sources of water are not available in your yard or on a nearby property, a birdbath or artificial pond can provide an adequate water source and a focal area for watching birds. • Birdbaths should be 2 ...
A Homeowner's Guide on How to Read a Fertilizer Label
on Saturday, February 10 2018
As we anticipate the arrival of spring, this magnificent season brings with it a list of outdoor resolutions.   Many of these promises have to do with lawn and garden projects that require a basic knowledge of fertilization.  We use fertilizers in a variety of capacities:  flower containers, vegetable gardens, newly planted ornamentals, and to enhance the lawn are just a few examples.   SOIL NUTRIENTS THAT PLANTS NEED TO GROW To make plants grow faster and healthier, we must supply the elements that the plants need in readily available forms. That is the goal of fertilizer.  Whenever you see a fertilizer product, it will have three numbers prominently listed on the package, usually on the front. These numbers are very important and tell a great deal about what this fertilizer will do. Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium (N,P,K) are what the numbers refer to. ...