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Exceeding Expectations Since 1984

Landscape Design, Installation and Maintenance

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Your Landscape Specialists in

Baldwin & Mobile  County, AL & the Florida Panhandle


What Our Customers Are Saying

Local, family owned business that has great knowledge of what grows in this area. Great attention to detail and customer service. Very quick to respond to special request.


Jennifer L. 



If you want a very creative landscaper, an excellent installation crew, and a fair price, call Krob. You will appreciate their ideas, and their enhancement of your ideas. Krob is not the first landscape company I’ve had work at my home, but they are the first to deliver the "wow" factor —- finally, a finished product that enhances the property, instead of looking uninspired & ordinary.

Thanks, Frank J. Straus, MD


We specialize in commercial landscape management including but not limited to Multi-family communities & Property Associations. Click below to see full list.

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We offer regular landscape management (RLM) programs. Each RLM is set up for your desired results. We don’t just cut your grass, we manage your landscape.

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Are you ready to take your exterior landscape to the next level? Contact us today and let us develop a quote just for you!

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Krob Landscape Award winning Landscape designer

Upgrade your commercial or residential curb appeal! Since 1984, Krob Landscape has provided exceptional landscape design, landscape maintenance and landscape installation services for businesses, multi-family communities and homes along the Alabama and Mississippi Gulf Coast, and the Florida Panhandle. We have many satisfied clients in Mobile, Foley, Daphne AL and Pensacola, FL.


The professionals at Krob Landscape use the most up-to-date techniques and tools to take your exterior landscape to the next level. Comprehensive services offered include: custom landscape design, landscape renovation, landscape maintenance, stone walks and walls, rock garden designs, sod prep and installation, lawn landscaping, garden landscaping, pond landscaping, excavation, tree removals, fertilization, pesticide applications, major pruning and much more.

Our family-operated, full-service landscape company is guided by our mission to provide superior, personalized service that meets and exceeds your standards. We approach every landscape project with creativity, innovation, quality, safety and efficiency in production, and we are guided by thinking natural and thinking green.

Contact Krob Landscape today to discuss how we can transform your outdoor area into a landscaped oasis!

our services include
  • Landscape Design
  • Landscape Installation
  • Landscape Maintenance
  • Regular Landscape Management
  • Bed Mediums
  • Seasonal Color
  • Landscape Renovation
  • Rock & Boulder Layout & Installs
  • Stone, Rock and Wall
  • Pesticide Applications
  • Bush Hogging
  • Bulkheads
  • Excavation
  • Seeding
  • Irrigation Systems
  • Sprinkler System Installation
  • Rock
  • Grading and Leveling
  • Sod Prep and Installation
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Recent Posts

  • How To Prepare Your Lawn For The Fall Posted 2 weeks ago
    With autumn officially here, many homeowners are looking forward to entering the off-season of lawn care. While lawns are certainly less maintenance during the fall and winter seasons than in their warmer counterparts, there’s still work to be done! A few last-minute lawn care practices in early fall will guarantee a bright and healthy lawn come spring and prevent winter from wreaking havoc on your carefully nurtured landscape. Here are 5 easy ways to prepare your lawn for the fall: Kill Weeds To prepare for the colder months, tackle those pesky weeds before the first cold snap of the fall season. During early autumn your perennial weeds begin storing energy in their roots, making them substantially easier to kill. Additionally, once weeds go dormant weed-killing chemicals will no longer work and they’ll have to be removed by hand. Trim Trees Those blankets of colorful fall leaves may be pretty to look at (and play in), but they’re terrible for your lawn. To minimize the amount of time you’ll spend raking as the leaves change, trim your trees in the first few weeks ...
  • 7 Ways to Bring Your Dead Grass Back to Life Posted 2 months ago
    Nothing ruins your home’s hard-earned curb appeal like a patch (or more) of brown, lifeless grass. Whether it’s due to disease, drought, or just plain ol’ heat, a dead lawn can be the bane of homeowners (and HOAs) everywhere. The good news is, dead grass doesn’t have to be permanent! With a little effort and some handy tips, you can revive your dead grass and return it to its lush springtime glory. Read on to discover 7 easy ways to bring your dead grass back to life! Note: Before you set out to revive your lawn, be sure it’s actually dying. Some grasses go dormant during the hot summer months to conserve resources, especially cool-season varieties. To determine if your grass is dead or dormant, inspect the crowns at the base of the blades. If the crowns are alive, the grass is probably dormant. You can also try the tug test - tug gently on a patch of brown grass. If the grass resists your pull, it’s dormant; if it comes out easily with no resistance, it’s dead. Water ...
  • 7 Great Plants To Add To Your Landscape For Summer Posted 3 months ago
    For many, the intense heat of an Alabama summer doesn’t invite you to roll up your sleeves and hit the yard work. But you still want to enjoy a bold, beautiful landscape that puts you in a summer frame of mind! How do you get both? With the perfect summer plants, of course! The perfect summer landscape combines dramatic color with plenty of texture and doesn’t require hours of draining upkeep. You’ll want to choose plants that are hardy and drought-resistant or be ready to spend long afternoons watering and shading them. We’ve compiled a list of the seven best plants to add to your landscape for summer that will give you a festive look without needing hours of maintenance. Read on to learn more! Hibiscus The large, colorful flowers of the hibiscus plants may look delicate, but they’re astoundingly resilient. During the late summer to early fall, saucer-sized blooms erupt in gorgeous pinks, whites, and reds, adding a festive splash of color to your landscape. Some can even grow to over 8 feet tall!  They need full sun and ...
  • 4 Ways to Properly Remove Sod Posted 3 months ago
    If you want to plant a new garden bed this summer, you’ll need to remove the sod first. There are a few different ways to remove sod, and which one you choose will depend on the effort you want to put in, your budget, and your timeline. Now, we’ll explore a few ways to remove sections of sod for planting the right way so you can make the most of your home landscape. Read on to learn about 4 ways to properly remove sod. Remove sod by hand. Removing sod by hand is a good choice because it only requires a few common tools and a little sweat, and you can immediately plant your garden in the area. It also saves the sod and organic matter, allowing you to use the grass elsewhere rather than throwing perfectly good turf away. But removing sod by hand can be tough work, especially on a hot summer day. Be sure you have the tools you’ll need and plenty of water on hand if you choose this method. Tools you’ll need A water hose ...
  • 5 Simple Tips to Maintain Your Lawn Posted 5 months ago
    As a homeowner, you want your home and yard to look great from all angles. Nothing screams curb appeal like a healthy lawn full of thick, green grass. While maintaining the perfect lawn may seem like a job for the pros, a few simple tricks can help you get - and keep - a lush lawn year-round. Here are 5 simple tips to maintain your lawn.   Feed Your Lawn   Like any organism, lawns need proper nutrients to thrive. For a healthy, green lawn that makes you the talk of the neighborhood, apply a quality fertilizer at least 4-5 times per year. It takes six to eight weeks for nutrients to take hold, so be sure to apply your fertilizer at regular intervals.   A good tip is to avoid fertilizing dormant grass. Wait until after a period of heavy rainfall when your grass has had a chance to revive before applying fertilizer. The best results (and least effort) come from a slow-release fertilizer that keeps your lawn fed for weeks at a time.   Overseed Your Lawn   Applying new seeds to an existing lawn, a process ...
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