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Lawn Love connects you with a Orlando lawn care provider based on the services you need and your location. We provide the benefit of having hundreds of lawn pros on our platform to choose from, each with different skills and experience, and all local to Orlando. This helps you, the customer, to be matched with the right person for the yard work you need completed based on expertise and availability. Gone are the days of relying with uncertainty on a friend or neighbor to help with your lawn.

Depending on the availability of the lawn pros in Orlando, we can generally get your job scheduled in as quickly as 2 days. You’ll be notified as soon as a provider picks up your job and it will be added to their schedule, without you needing to do anything else!

The best thing is you don’t need to change your plans to accommodate for your lawn pro’s services. Everything from booking to payment is handled online, so you don’t need to be home when the service is completed. If you have a gate code or special instructions, include that information during or after the quote process and the message will be relayed to the pro.

Occasionally you may experience rescheduled jobs. If your job needs to be rescheduled, it will be opened back up for pros who have the first availability to accept it. You’ll be notified with the new date and time once it’s confirmed.

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Orlando's nickname is "The City Beautiful" and it is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in America. Most people know Orlando for Disneyworld and Universal Studios, but there is more to this place than just theme parks. Orlando is where the largest collection of Tiffany glass in the world is located in, and it can be seen at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. And if you feel like watching some NBA basketball, then you can make your way to the Amway Center to catch an Orlando Magic game. Oh if only your weekend didn't involve having to mow your lawn because you would have a heck of a time enjoying this city. Well, what if we told you that Lawn Love can handle your lawn mowing needs for you so you can enjoy your day off to the fullest?

Mowing your lawn is an important chore, but unfortunately there are some folks out there who see it as being too much of a chore. However, regular lawn mowing is still an integral part of proper lawn care. Regularly mowing your lawn helps keep your grass looking healthy and is also a good way of eliminating pests and weeds.

At Lawn Love we understand that every lawn is unique, so we use a different approach for every lawn that we are asked to mow. Our lawn techs are all highly experienced and have plenty of knowledge regarding the different kinds of grass that grow in the Orlando area. If you want to see why we are one of Orlando's best when it comes to providing good lawn mowing service, call us at 321-594-6774 or get a free online quote.

Lawn care facts in Orlando

How often should I mow my lawn?

Here are the most common lawn mowing frequencies in Orlando:

How are lawn care prices in Orlando?

Prices vary depending on the size of the lawn and frequency of your service. Here are some average lawn care prices for homes in Orlando:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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Should I water my lawn today?

There won't be any rain in Orlando today, which means you'll probably have to water your lawn. Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 7:00 AM and set at 5:28 PM today in Orlando).

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Most people think of lawn mowing as a bothersome weekend chore. But have you ever stopped to actually think about the grass in your yard and how it got there? Many of the native grasses in Orlando, St. Augustine, Bermuda, and Bahia, are named after people and places that have influenced the city's rich and diverse past. Next time you mow the yard, think about the city's rich history and its connection to your yard. Chances are you'll feel more firmly rooted in place.


1838: Orlando Begins


While many towns on the Eastern seaboard began in the 1600s and 1700s, Orlando got a comparatively late start. Orlando emerged as a city in 1838, just as the Seminole Wars reached their height. The city was established by and for the US Army. The first structure built in Orlando was Fort Gatlin, which was constructed to protect the city's inhabitants from Native American attacks. By 1840, a small settlement had emerged around Fort Gatlin. This settlement, called Jernigan, is present-day Orlando. Its name was derived from the prominent Jernigan family, which was one of the primary families in the area. The settlement expanded, and by 1850 the first post office was established in Orlando. Although the Jernigan family had a significant influence on Orlando, the city was re-named (to Orlando) in 1857. The name change was made official by the US Post Office. By the time it received its current name, Orlando was home to 85 inhabitants.


Orlando's Blossoming Economy


Along with California, Florida is known for its citrus fruit production. While you can go to any grocery store, natural market, or roadside stand today and get fresh oranges, did you know that's been the case for hundreds of years? Orlando's growth brought a rapidly-growing economy primarily built around citrus fruit. Legend has it that the growth of the citrus industry began in the mid-late 1800s when the city government started a campaign to draw more Americans to the area. The campaign was accompanied by brochures, magazines, newsletters, and other materials advertising Orlando as a warm, fertile area with a mild climate. At the center of each brochure was an image of an orange tree. Those in landscaping, gardening, and lawn care services say it was that lone orange tree that brought people and plants to Florida in the coming years. It also gave rise to the concept of naming grasses, plants, flowers, and trees. That same orange tree inspired the name for the county in which Orlando was located, which was called Orange County.


How Florida's Grasses Got Their Names


When you learn about Florida's grass names, you'll make connections with the names of people and activities that made their mark on the area's local history. For instance, one of the hardiest and most popular grasses in the state is called St. Augustine. St. Augustine is a hardy, resilient grass with a beautiful blue-green color. There are several cultivars (varieties) of the St. Augustine variety. This grass thrives in the state's subtropical and tropical regions. It is named after the famous settlement of St. Augustine, which was established by a Spanish explorer and admiral named Pedro Menendez de Aviles. De Aviles had the Spanish government's permission to exploit and conquer all the surrounding areas, which he did. This turned the St. Augustine settlement from a small community to an expansive, formidable colony virtually overnight. If you have St. Augustine in your yard, you might notice a resemblance in the way that it quickly spreads. Strong, sturdy, and resilient, this grass can encroach upon others in your yard if left unchecked.


Bermuda Grass


Another one of the most common grasses in Florida is Bermuda grass. This grass is slightly darker in color than St. Augustine. It has green hues, but it also has a fair amount of gray. As you might have guessed from the name, this grass is native to the island of Bermuda. It is one of the hardiest grasses grown in Florida, and across the Southeast in general. Bermuda grass is tough by nature. It's believed that its resiliency developed early on when its hardy seeds survived journeys on slave-bearing ships. They made it to their end destination embedded in bales of hay. With the arrival of each successive ship came more grass seeds. The seeds that survived quickly reproduced. It didn't take long for Florida's lawns and open areas to become populated with Bermuda grass.


Buffalo Grass


Buffalo grass is indigenous to the Plains and parts of the Southeast. It is a combination of short grasses and prairie grasses, which means there are variations in size and coloration depending on where you live. This grass is taller than most Florida grasses. It is gray-green like Bermuda grass, but buffalo grass is distinguishable for its curly leaves, whereas Bermuda grass has straight stalks. Buffalo grass is said to have originated at the time that the first settlements appeared in the Midwest, West, and South. The grass's seeds got mixed in with housing materials used by early settlers. Eventually, the seeds took root in their local areas. Adaptable and versatile, buffalo grass flourished in Florida's warm and inviting climate.


Bahiagrass


Another common grass in Florida is bahiagrass. This grass historically thrived in fields, pastures, and open spaces. Now, it's a common addition to many yards, too. Bahiagrass didn't arrive in the United States until relatively late, around 1915 to 1920. Bahiagrass is native to South America. It was introduced by foot travelers and trade ships traveling by sea. Since the grass is tough and durable, it is a popular choice in creating resilient yards and landscapes that can tolerate hurricanes, flooding, and coastal erosion.


In the past, you have probably thought little, if nothing, of the grass in your yard. But there's actually quite a bit of history to Florida's grasses. In addition to learning something know, familiarizing yourself with the grass in your yard enables better yard care. If you need new grasses to plant, consider these hardy endemic species.

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