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Fall is a great time to decorate your home

It is endless the great choices we have for our gardens this time of year. Pansies, Mums, Decorative Cabbage and Kale, don’t let this beautiful time of year pass you by. Let us help you enjoy the season! Remember newly planted fall

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Is Fall A Good Time To Plant Trees And Shrubs?

Many clients ask if Fall is a good time to plant trees and shrubs. The answer is YES. Fall planting definitely has it’s advantages, some may say the biggest is once the Forsythia and Redbuds bloom in the Spring — you are

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Client Testimonials

Customer reviews from google and facebook

We appreciate all of our clients, and thank you for these great reviews. We are honored to serve you! Review us on GOOGLE: http://search.google.com/local/writereview?placeid=ChIJB0kbJH2AWogRKUxzVvb4JHY Review us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pg/KeithDavisLandscaping/reviews

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Summertime is here – and a full service landscape maintenance team is needed

Summertime in northeast TN

Summer can be a stressful time for your lawn. With all of the rain we have had in northeast Tennessee everything is overgrown. To keep your entire property looking it’s very best this time of year  — a full service landscape

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Immaculate Mowing

Time to prepare for Spring. Below is the rig used to haul all the Immaculate Mowing tools.  Having the right tools for the job helps Michelle Stanley get done quickly and efficiently. Michelle takes great pride in her work and is known for

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Locally Grown Plants

At Davis Landscaping we love growing plants. Keith Davis started his own nursery and greenhouses back in high school.  He learned early that locally grown plants equal healthier plants. All Davis Landscaping plants are locally grown. Most plants simply travel from our nursery directly

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