Lawn & Tree Treatment Services in Lawrence, Kansas

As the key elements of most landscape design, your lawn and trees require adequate maintenance to retain their health and appearance. While the two have unique requirements with varying degrees of maintenance, the benefits of routine care and specialized lawn and tree treatments are clear: renewed vitality and growth and an outdoor environment that’s free from pests and disease.

Freshly Mowed Lawn in Lawrence, Kansas

The experienced professionals at Lawrence Landscape have the tools and knowledge required to perform lawn and tree treatments as needed. Our full-service landscaping company is dedicated to providing the solutions you need for the highest quality design, installation, and maintenance of all aspects of your landscaping.

Expert Lawn Treatments

If you’ve always dreamed of having a lush, green lawn free from brown spots, weeds, bald patches, and other ailments, Lawrence Landscape can help turn that dream into reality. There is any number of issues that can compromise the health and beauty of your lawn, including:

Lawn Discoloration

A healthy lawn is a vibrant green color, whether dark or light, but one that is fading or dull may need professional attention. Causes can include:

  • Lack of water
  • Insufficient fertilization
  • Dull mower blades
  • Unbalanced pH levels in soil

Weed Infestation

Whether the weeds originated in your yard or seeds have blown over from a negligent neighbor, the only way to eradicate them is with the proper weed control methods. The approach used is dependent on the type of weeds that are present. Our experienced landscapers will determine the most effective approach depending on your lawn’s specifications.

Pest Infestation

Our Integrated Pest Management specialists believe in a more holistic approach to pest control, taking care to discover the source in order to fully eradicate the pests. Common pests in Kansas that cause a host of problems for trees and landscaping include:

Borers: These include beetles, flat-headed borers, roundheaded borers, locust borers, and other species that bore into the tree. Their activities destroy cambial and wood tissue, which can cause extensive damage to the tree.

Grasshoppers: Grasshoppers will decimate your garden by eating away at the stems and leaves of your plants. This stunts growth and can easily result in plant death.

Call us today at (785) 843-4370 to schedule pest control services in the Lawrence area, or contact us online to learn more about the steps we take to keep pests out of your yard.

Faulty Sprinkler System 

In addition to the right soil conditions, sunshine, and fertilization, adequate levels of moisture are necessary to maintain a healthy lawn. If your irrigation system is poorly designed, improperly maintained, or in need of repair, your lawn may not be receiving the correct amount of water it needs at the right time.

My Lawn Has Brown Spots

Any number of issues can cause brown spots to appear on your otherwise pristine lawn, including pet urine or feces, insects, or disease. Our experts can quickly diagnose the cause and provide you with the perfect solution.

Thinning Grass

If your lawn appears to be dying or thinning out, it requires immediate attention and will likely need professional treatment to restore it to its original condition. Potential causes may be a lack of water, pests, or disease.

Call us today at (785) 843-4370 to schedule lawn treatment in Lawrence, or contact us online to discuss your needs with our lawn care specialists.

Dependable Tree Treatment

Trees add beauty and focus to any landscape design while providing a number of significant benefits, including shade, privacy, stability, and more. Unlike your lawn, however, a tree that is diseased, damaged, or poorly maintained can threaten the safety of your home and family and may be costly to replace. Professional tree treatments from the Kansas Registered Technicians at Lawrence Landscape can help keep all the trees on your property in top condition, with solutions that include:

  • Bagworm control: We can apply various insecticides and other treatments to remove bagworms from your trees.
  • Emerald ash borer treatment: Our specialists can use liquid or granular imidacloprid-containing insecticides and other treatments to the soil around your EAG-infested ash trees to eliminate and remove the pests.
  • Fertilization: Our team can fertilize your lawn, flower beds, trees, shrubs, and other plants to preserve and improve the health of your landscape.
  • Fruit tree fungicide treatment: Prompt treatment of fungal infections is essential for fruit tree health. We can apply fungicide to a wide range of fruit-bearing trees, including cherry trees, plum trees, peach trees, apple trees, and fruit-bearing plants, including raspberry, gooseberry, and blueberry.
  • Iron Chlorosis treatment: We can improve the health of your plants by applying foliar sprays, soil applications, and trunk injections as necessary.
  • Winter watering of evergreens: We’ll help keep your evergreens healthy and adequately watered throughout the winter, which improves tree health and helps protect against pest infestation and infections.
  • And more!

Lawn & Tree Treatment Services in Lawrence, Kansas

Schedule Lawn & Tree Treatment Services in Lawrence, KS Today!

With 30 years of experience, expertly trained technicians, and a dedication to excellence in service and value, you can trust the team at Lawrence Landscape for lawn and tree treatment services for your home or business.

Call us today at 785-843-4370 to schedule an appointment, or contact us online to request a quote for lawn or tree treatments in Lawrence, KS!


How do I control pests on my lawn?

Regular watering and removing thatch will go a long way toward keeping pests away by keeping your plants in good health. You can also apply weed killers, insecticides, miticides, and microbial pesticides formulated to keep grasshoppers, beetles, etc., away.

Why does my grass keep dying even with water?

The most common reason is that the roots cannot draw moisture or nutrients from your soil. It’s also possible that you are applying too much water, thus suffocating the roots.