Added by on 2019-06-26

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote I recently redesigned my front yard landscape. I did not go into the project with a set budget in mind but I was able to finish the project for around 0. Now that price could easily go up if you were to install a border or larger plants. I purposely chose discounted plants such as the knockout roses I got for each. I also chose 1 gallon plants in some cases instead of the more expensive 3 gallon options. Overall, I was happy with how the project turned out. I just want to finish it with some seasonal color. Join the Party by Subscribing to the Channel Here: FREE Gift for You: 101 Most Common Lawn Business Q & A: Get it Here: That is also where you can find other great resources for the lawn business such as mentoring program, letters package, recommended products, logos, etc. If you would like to get in touch with me about reviewing a product, then send an email to RECOMMENDED LAWN CARE PRODUCTS ON AMAZON DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if purchase through the links then I will receive a small commission at no extra charge to you. It is one way you can support the channel. Much appreciated. Video Rating: / 5


  • PG Flix 1 year ago

    Shovel cut the border

  • PG Flix 1 year ago

    Always water ur new bushes twice a day for 12 seconds each

  • PG Flix 1 year ago

    Rose's will get to big around the pencil

  • PG Flix 1 year ago

    Done landscaping for 6 years

  • PG Flix 1 year ago

    Always best to cut ur grasses down in the winter so u dont have dead grass in the spring

  • Nick Stuart 1 year ago

    Jason is there any way I could get in touch I am 16 and started up my business a year ago just looking to get some more tips thanks. Love what your doing with the channel.

  • Ash Cannon 1 year ago

    Updated vid?

  • Playmate Inmiami 1 year ago

    It looks really nice 🙂

  • Keith Kalfas 1 year ago

    Lookin crispy man.☀️

  • rbljackson 1 year ago

    As your looking at the house from the front yard, id suggest rounding out that left side and mating it up what looks like the white corner pole next to the vehicle (around 13:37 in the video). If you use a similar arc to the one your using on the right side of the house, I think it would compliment nicely. Just a thought. Overall, looks good. Another thing that may be helpful is this…as summer comes on, that red mulch will fade out. You can buy red mulch dye and freshen everything up in the summer using the dye in a pump sprayer. I even add in Surflan for Pre em control. ( you may already know all that, but Hope that helps ya out). I am happy to be able to actually provide a tip or two to (maybe) help out because I'm learning so much from you on the spray side!! Looking forward to updates on this. As fast as Bermuda grows, Id also recommend a border. It can be a simple one for now using the metal border that you can drive in with stakes, and then make a stone or paver style border down the road when you want to upgrade. Like J's said below, don't even bother with that plastic border crap. ive tried it and it isn't worth it. Either metal, or just spade it to maintain your edges until you get a more significant rock or paver border in later.

  • Brant T 1 year ago

    That does indeed look great Jason, proud of you buddy! God bless you for messing with that landscape fabric, I hate that stuff, never have had good luck with it!

  • Ryan Thomas 1 year ago

    Looks good, I would definitely put a defined edge around the beds. Thank you for all the information!

  • Frank C 1 year ago

    Don't paint the brick. Just pressure wash it.

  • Backyard Grill Master 1 year ago

    What a score :-0) Nice job. You can never use to many Rose's

  • West Georgia Lawn Care LLC 1 year ago

    Good start Jason. $300? Better start picking up those coins when you see them. LOL.

  • Great Again Mowing 1 year ago

    Love that sprawling yard—seems like such a fantastic place to raise your family!

  • J's Crazy Cutz, LLC 1 year ago

    Looks good Jason. In my opinion, I would not put that plastic skirting that people usually use around the bed. I would just spade it and maintain the edge with a trimmer. I would use Preen instead of weed fabric.

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