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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

WELCOME TO KROB LANDSCAPE

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

Commercial
Commercial

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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Residential
Residential

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-designed landscapes, 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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  • 5 Simple Tips to Maintain Your Lawn Posted 2 weeks 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 ...
  • How to Turn Your Grass Clippings and Leaves Into A Great Garden Mulch Posted 3 weeks ago
    You’ve just finished mowing your lawn and your mower bag is full. What will you do with the clippings and leaves inside? If you’re like many homeowners, you’ll empty them into trash bags and haul them to the curb for pick-up. But by doing so, you’re essentially throwing away hundreds of dollars every year!                                   Organic materials like grass clippings and leaves make an excellent mulch for your flower beds, lawn, and other naturalized areas. They decompose quickly, contain nutrients that feed your soil and plants, and they look more attractive than most store-bought mulches. Best of all, they’re completely free!   So, before you empty that bag into the trash, read on to find out how to save yourself tons of time and money by using your grass clippings and leaves as an organic mulch.   The Benefits of Organic Mulch   Organic mulch made of leaves and/or grass clippings includes the same benefits as more expensive store-bought mulches. It retains your soil moisture, blocks light to prevent weed growth, and improves your plant life. But using organic materials to mulch your yard also has benefits ...
  • 5 Common Pests That May Be Destroying Your Alabama Lawn Posted 3 months ago
    Bugs are a part of life - especially in the warm heat of South Alabama. We work to keep them out of our homes, but keeping them out of our lawns is harder. After all - that’s where they live, right?   There are a few pests in Alabama that dig in and destroy your lush, green grass - and they’re more common than you think. If your lawn is drooping, dry, or even dying, you could have a serious infestation that needs treatment. Read on to learn about 5 common pests that may be destroying your lawn - and what to do about it.    Spittle Bugs   When you look at your grass, do you see thin red lines down the middle of the blades? Are there large patches of foam at the base? If so, you may have a spittlebug problem.   Spittlebugs are common pests in lawns that have Bermuda or centipede grass. These small insects resemble leafhoppers -- they’re about ⅓ inch long, with tented wings in a V-shape. Those big foamy patches on your grass protect the babies from pesticides and ...
  • Lawn Care, Lawn Maintenance, Landscaping - What’s the Difference? Posted 4 months ago
    So much goes into maintaining your yard. From mowing your grass to trimming your trees to planting new flower beds, keeping your outdoor spaces healthy and beautiful can be a full-time job. Many property owners turn to professionals for help. But with so many companies available, it can be hard to know which to choose!   It’s not always enough to know what you need. Some lawn companies call themselves lawn care specialists. Others market as lawn maintenance companies, while still others provide services in landscaping. To muddy the waters even further, many of them provide the same services! You know you need help with your lawn, so what’s the difference? We’re here to make it clear. Read on to learn about the differences between lawn care, lawn maintenance, and landscaping.   Lawn Care   As the name suggests, lawn care involves taking steps to improve and maintain a property’s lawn. Lawn care companies specialize in creating lush, green grass that is attractive, healthy and resistant to drought or disease. In this way, you can think of lawn care as caring for a property’s lawn ...
  • Everything You Need to Know About French Drains Posted 5 months ago
    Do you find yourself with a soggy yard after a hard rain? Even worse, do those first drops make you run for the shop vac to dry out a flooded basement or garage? If so, you have a drainage problem, and a french drain may be the solution. But before you start picturing croissants and funny mustaches, read on to find out everything you need to know about french drains.   What Is A French Drain?   A french drain isn't French at all. It was invented by an American named Henry French in 1859 when he noticed that farmland was destroyed by too much standing water. It's primarily used to redirect surface water and groundwater away from an area. This prevents flooding, runoff, and pooling water from damaging your yard or home. It can also distribute water (like for a septic system) or relieve ground pressure behind a retaining wall.   The concept is relatively simple. It's done by digging a trench and inserting a perforated pipe along the bottom. Gravel is spread over the top to filter water down, and the pipe then ...
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