Landscape Services in Spokane, WA

Check out some of our landscaping transformations! From initial consultation to design to finished project, we love all aspects of landscaping!

The Landscape Design and Build Process:

  • We start with a conversation over the phone to discuss your project. We discuss the scope of the project, the budget, access to the site, and the timeline. If you can provide pictures to us through text or email, then we can give a more accurate estimate.
  • We then schedule a consultation at your property where we will go over final design ideas and take measurements.
  • We provide you with a proposal outlining all costs, with a design rendering if desired.
  • Once the proposal is signed and the deposit paid, you get on our schedule! We are usually booked out around 4-6 weeks.

Landscape Material

We can deliver and spread a wide range of materials.

Beauty Bark

Beauty Bark Medical Lake WA

Shredded tree bark comes in a variety of sizes and colors, and is the most common type of mulch. Mulch is any material that is spread over the surface of the soil as a covering. It helps to retain moisture in the soil, suppress weeds, keep the soil cool, and make the landscape bed look more attractive. It also helps improve the soil’s fertility as it decomposes. Plan on spreading a fresh 3 inch layer every 3 years.

Decorative Rock

Decorative Rock Cheney WA

This is another attractive option for landscape beds, and is a one-time permanent application. This product is better used around drought-resistant plants, as it retains heat in the summer. It also makes for attractive pathways, accent borders, and dry creek beds.


Gravel Spokane WA

Gravel is best used for driveways, walkways, and sub-bases for hardscape work.

Sod Installation

Tired of your dirt and weeds? Get an INSTANT lush lawn!

The ONLY way to an instant green, healthy lawn4-6 weeks before you can walk on it
Weed-free!Weeds grow along with the seed in your dirt
Pets can be on the sod immediatelyPets cannot disturb the seeds while germinating
Requires very little maintenance to establishRequires a lot of maintenance to establish
Weather will not effect the new sodRain and wind may wash away the new seeds
Can be installed almost year-roundNot recommended in summer or winter

Installing sod:

  • We start with scraping up any existing turf/weeds to create a clean slate, if necessary.
  • We bring in and spread new soil (a sandy loam and compost mix) to amend the existing soil. This gives the sod a great foundation to grow into.
  • We deliver the sod, which is a premium Kentucky bluegrass and ryegrass blend specifically formulated for the Pacific Northwest environment.
  • We lay the sod rolls in a staggered pattern (like bricks) to avoid long seam lines, both for aesthetics and to stop water runoff.
  • You enjoy your beautiful lawn!



Watering is the most critical step when trying to establish (root down) your new lawn! Start watering your new lawn IMMEDIATELY. If allowed to dry out, new sod will shrink up, turn brown and die. If adequately watered, the roots of your new sod will penetrate the wet soil faster and root down quicker. Water for 1 hour on the first irrigation cycle. This should wet the new sod and the soil beneath to a depth of four to six inches. Once the lawn and soil are thoroughly wet, water 2 to 4 times a day, keeping the sod moist. The length of time to water will depend on how hot it is. When the days are very hot, then give your new lawn some extra water in the afternoon to cool it.

An easy way to tell if you are applying the right amount of water is to pull a piece of the sod back and check the moisture content. The sod and soil should be moist. If you take a handful of soil and squeeze it, it should stick together. If excess water squeezes out, you are watering too much. If the soil does not stick together, then you need more water. The new sod should feel spongy wet the first week. Walking on the sod will not harm it, but if you are sinking in, stay off, so you do not leave depressions.


Keep watering on this schedule until the sod has rooted down. If you can’t pull the sod up, then it is rooted down. After it is rooted, your sod will need less water. Water deeper (6 to 8 inches) and less frequently (1-2 times per day for 20 minutes each time per zone). Until your sod is rooted, avoid heavy use of your lawn. This will keep the sod smooth and allow roots to fully develop. Mow for the first time after the sod has rooted down. Mow often (at least once a week), keeping the blades on your mower sharp. Set the mower to cut about 1/3 of the grass height.


The first round of fertilizer should be applied as soon as possible. Use a Triple 16 (16-16-16) to start with. It is important to give your lawn the nutrients it needs by fertilizing every six weeks. An easy way to remember is every major holiday (Easter, Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day).

With proper care, your new sod will increase the value of your home, while helping the environment and remaining a great asset for years to come!