AMS Landscaping Mission & Core Values
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
AMS Landscaping Mission & Core Values Our mission is to keep yards enjoyable. How? This is achieved through landscaping services that are superior to our competitors in every way, to create value within the community and for our business. AMS Landscaping will achieve this by treating all of its customers, employees and partners as equal stakeholders. Here are our core values and what they mean to us: Positive & Responsive, we try our best to bring positive energy to make doing our job enjoyable and being responsive to our customers and ourselves so that we always know where we sta ..read more
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Queen Palm vs Mule Palm in Our Arizona Desert Climate​
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
Syagrus romanzoffiana (common name Queen Palms) and Butiagrus nabonnandii (common name Mule Palms) are two types of palm trees native to tropical and subtropical regions of South America. Palms are related to lilies and grasses and can live for over 50 years. These elegant trees make an excellent addition to any garden and have many benefits when it comes to their health, beauty, and overall environmental impact. However, there are challenges that come with growing these trees in our Arizona desert climate. I’ll share some information on the strengths of each type of palm tree as well as wh ..read more
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4 Tips For Pruning Flowering Shrubs
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
Best Time To Prune Flowering Shrubs in Phoenix Different blooming shrubs require pruning at different times of the year depending on when they actually bloom.  Also pruning should only be done to cut unhealthy branches or branches that do not need to be on the plant for any good purpose.  Pruning practises should only be done for the health of the shrub with optimum blooming for the shrub.  These practises have been established by the Sustainable Landscape Management system and are promoted through the Arizona Landscape Contractors Association. Rule #1 to pruning is to NOT p ..read more
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Rosemary Shrub
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1y ago
Rosemary Plant (Rosmarinus officinalis) The rosemary shrub comes in 2 different varieties (upright and trailing).  The rosemary bush is a short plant that grows very small green leaves with small blue flowers (there are pink and white varieties also).  The upright shrub grows to be about 2-4 feet tall (1-2 feet for trailing variety) and gets to be about 2-6 feet in diameter.  The shrub is thornless with very low litter so it does well near borders or around pools.   It blooms in spring with a great fragrance, and it grows best in full sun but does grow in partial su ..read more
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Why Aerate Your Lawn?
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
Why Aerate Your Lawn Here In Phoenix? Aeration creates holes down into the soil to alleviate compaction so air, water, and nutrients can reach grass roots.  This is important because grass roots need air, water, and nutrients to be thick and healthy.  See the image of what this machine looks like; https://www.instagram.com/p/CKg6lMOHP5L/ Core plug aeration machines work great to resolve these issues because the machine actually pulls ½ – 1” plugs from the soil.  See the image at this link; https://www.instagram.com/p/CKg5lA4HHuD/ We are offering a sale through the end of Febr ..read more
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How To Handle A Fallen Saguaro Cactus
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
Have you ever seen a fallen saguaro or had one fall at your home?  Saguaro cactus are protected by the State of Arizona through the Native Protective Act with the AZ Department of Agriculture.  I was able to speak to someone on the phone this past week to confirm that if you have a saguaro that goes down on your private property you DO NOT need a permit to remove it.  However, if you no longer want to have a living/standing saguaro at your property you must have a permit to have it moved.  Because it is protected you cannot cut it down and/or kill the cactus.  The g ..read more
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Why Is The Rock Yellow?
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
Why Is The Landscaping Rock Sprayed Yellow? Have you ever driven by a community or strip mall that looks like the rocks have been sprayed with yellow dye?   The rock or granite in common areas are usually treated 1-2 times per year with a product that prevents weeds from growing by preventing broadleaf weeds from germinating.  Preventing the germination of seeds will keep these areas clear of weeds after a rain.  The product that is used that has this yellow color is called Pendulum and is not made to harm plants or even lawns but only prevent seeds from growing.  Pendu ..read more
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MP Rotator Sprinkler Head Offer
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
Do you have pressure problems with your sprinklers at home?  Maybe you have high water bills due to unexpected higher water usage for your lawn?  Maybe you’re sick of seeing water running down the street or puddling in one area too much. We are offering a sale to replace your existing popup sprinkler heads with MP Rotators; 6 MP Rotators for $190 (20% off thru 1/31/2020) The MP Rotator Sprinkler will help with that!  These sprinkler heads can replace your existing pop up spray heads, but use 30% less of the amount of water to treat your grass.  On average, traditional ..read more
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Need Rock In Your Yard?
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
Granite/Rock Sale (3 tons installed $495) Does your rock or granite in your yard look bare or need to be spruced up for the holidays?  AMS Landscaping is offering a Granite/rock sale! We will match, deliver & spread 3 tons of rock to spruce up your yard for $495 (normally $650). This offer is thru 1/31/2021 and if you need more rock we can give you an estimate with 20% off.    The best way to get a quick free estimate scheduled is to go to this link on our website; https://azlawns.com/ and mention the 3-ton offer for $495 Here is an example of a rock job we have rece ..read more
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When to Mow After Winter Lawn Installation
AZ Lawns | Landscape Maintenance
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1y ago
When to Mow & How Much Watering After Winter Lawn Overseeding We have been getting lots of questions regarding when to mow after overseeding with a winter lawn and what the watering schedule should be after that first mow.  We recommend mowing the lawn the first time 3-4 weeks after the seed is put down.  At AMS Landscaping we actually prefer to wait until week 4 since we like to go back to our properties 2 weeks after seeding to fill in bare areas with more seed and keep the watering to 3 times per day all the way up to the day we mow so we get the most growth out of the law ..read more
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