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Welcome to Our Beautiful World

Timberwood Landscape Company

Timberwood Landscape has been beautifying outdoor spaces in Columbus and central Ohio for over 33 years. We want to change the way you feel about your home and property. We can turn your outdoor space into a sanctuary and a place that you and your family will love to spend time enjoying.

Timberwood Landscape handles all of your landscape needs whether you just want to change a little or makeover your whole landscape. We specialize in working with you from planning the design to the completion of your project. With our personal attention, quality materials, and dependable service, you can be confident that your landscaping will be the investment that grows. Whether you’re thinking about revitalizing an older property or building a new one, it’s the landscaping that improves both the image and value of your property. We want your landscape to be a reflection of you that gives you enjoyment and comfort for years to come. We offer many great landscaping services which include landscape design, design/build, landscape renovations, outdoor living spaces, outdoor lighting, ponds, water features, and landscape maintenance.

Timberwood Landscape offers both residential and commercial landscaping design as unique as your own personality. Our expertise in working with both large companies and homeowners allows us to collaborate with our customers at a more intimate and personal level. This experience provides us with the ability to make all our projects stand out with the added benefit of increasing the value of your property.

Timberwood Landscape has been beautifying outdoor areas of Columbus and central Ohio for over 33 years.




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Timberwood Landscape handles all of your landscape needs whether you just want to change a little or makeover your whole landscape.




Seasonal Tips

Tips

Summer Heat!

Monitor your landscape closely and make adjustments to watering times as needed. Shaded or protected areas may need less water than other zones, and you may even be able to water less frequently. Schedule all cycles in early morning, so watering is complete by sunrise during the summer months. This avoids water lost to daytime evaporation and afternoon and evening winds. Evening watering cycles are not necessary for lawn health.

Combat Compacted Soils:

Compacted soils also can stress your lawn. Sometimes simply aerating a stressed area and giving it a good soaking solves the problem. Purchase a hand-operated coring aerator at a nursery, or hire a professional to do the job. Aeration should be done at least twice a year. An extremely dry lawn becomes hydrophobic, or water-repelling. Add a tablespoon of liquid soap to a gallon of water and drench the dried area. This breaks down the surface tension of the grass, making it hydrophilic, or water-loving. Then give it a good soaking. Above all, water between 2 and 5 a.m. through September. This is the coolest time of the day and your lawn will more effectively soak in the water you give it.

Leaf scorching and burning:

Leaves usually are stressed for one of two reasons: improper watering or improper fertilization. Since both overwatering and underwatering can damage plant leaves, the best solution is to water deeply and infrequently. This allows oxygen in the soil, washes salts away and encourages deep rooting. For most trees and shrubs older than three years, water deeply once every seven to 10 days (Run your drip system one to three hours to soak the root zone). Newer plants may need water twice as often until established. Add a layer of surface mulch 2- to 4-inches thick to conserve water between waterings and cool and enrich the soil. Make sure you have the right fertilizer both for your specific plants and for the time of year. Some fertilizers release much faster in hot weather, increasing the potential for damage. Follow package directions exactly and err on the conservative side. Then, irrigate well to move nutrients to the soil.



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Whether you’re thinking about revitalizing an older property or building a new one, it’s the landscaping that improves both the image and value of your property.



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Timberwood Landscape Company, Inc.
P: 614.799.0555  F: 614.799.0444

Affiliations:
· Ohio Nurseryman’s Association
· Certified Belgard Installer
· Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute Certified
· Dublin Chamber of Commerce
· OSU Alumni Association
· Graduate of The Ohio State University, Horticulture and Landscape Design

Contact Us

Send all requests to: sam@timberwoodlandscape.net

 

 

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