Professional Lawn, Shrub & Tree Care
9418 Corsair Road, Frankfort, IL
(815) 469-5566 | (630) 620-5050 | (219) 836-8075
Mon-Fri: 9-5 | Sat: 7-1
01 Mar 2011

Mokena Lawncare Service

Professionally serving Lawns, Trees and Shrubs in Mokena, Illinois (60448).

Most Common Grass Types in Mokena, IL:

Bentgrass, Blue Grama, Buffalo grass, Creeping Red Fescue, Fine Fescue, Hard Fescue, Kentucky Bluegrass, Perennial Ryegrass, Redtop, Ryegrass, Sheep Fescue, Smooth Bromegrass, Tall fescue and Wheatgrass

Most Common Weeds Found in Mokena, IL:

Annual Bluegrass, Black Henbane, Black medic, Bohemian Knotweed, Buckhorn Plantain, Buffalobur, Bull Thistle, Canada Thistle, Chickweed, Ckickweed, Clover, Commoin Mallow, Common Chickweed, Common Crupina, Cow Cockle, Crabgrass, Dandelion, Dyers Woad, Eurasian Watermifoil, Giant Knotweed, Goosefoot, Ground Ivy, Heal-All, Henbit, Japanese Knotweed, Johnsongrass, knotweed, Matgrass, Meadow Knapweed, Mediterranean Sage, Musk Thistle, Orange Hawkweed, Oxalis, Parrotfeather Milfoil, Perennial Sowthistle, Pigweed, Plaintains, Quackgrass, Red Sorrel, Russian Knapweed, Russian Thistle, Scotch Broom, Silverleaf Nighshade, Skeletonleaf Bursage, Small Bugloss, Speedwell, Tall fescue, Toothed Spurge, Vipers Bugloss and Yellow Hawkweed.

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Give us a call at (815) 469-5566 to set up an appointment today for a free lawn assessment.

10 Feb 2011

Winter News

Snow is good! While we know that many people do not like the hassles that come with snow and freezing temperatures, it is good for your lawn. The water provided by snow and freezing rain provides your lawn with valuable moisture that helps lawns recover from the heat of summer. READ MORE

10 Feb 2011

Fall News

Summer has drawn to a close and our area is once again bathed in the beauty of fall’s color. With the colder weather just around the corner, there is still much that needs to be done to ensure your lawn’s health for next season.READ MORE

10 Feb 2011

Summer News

It’s that time of the season when these little, seemingly harmless moths, show up throughout the region and wreak havoc on the area’s lawns. READ MORE

10 Feb 2011

Spring News

It’s Coming! Hang in there because the snow will be gone soon and spring will be upon us. This cold weather will give way to sunny and warmer weather, and we will once again be beautifying your property and helping you enjoy the outdoors.READ MORE