About Benito's Landscaping, LLC.

Benito’s Landscaping, LLC. has been serving the suburban Chicago area for over 14 years and has earned the 2015 Angie's List Super Service Award. We are proud to have held this award for 7 years in a row! Benito's Landscaping provides a complete array of services to keep your property looking its best. Whether you’re looking to maintain your current landscaping, or seeking a completely new design, we’re ready to provide the professional services you need in the trustworthy manner you deserve.

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Prepare Your Landscaping For The Growing Season

Just as people speak of spring cleaning tasks performed to freshen up a home that has been shuttered up all winter, so lawns and the rest of your landscaping need some TLC at this time of year, to prepare your yard for the growing season. A cleanup checklist for outdoors can be divided into 6 categories of related tasks:

  • Removal of Refuse
  • Preparing Flower Beds
  • Planting
  • Pest Control
  • Weed Control
  • Plant Care

    Tips for Glorious Grass

    A healthy lawn does not necessarily mean that it has to be short. When cutting into your lawn, the blades need to be set as high as possible. The length of grass, preferably high, provides numerous amounts of benefits towards keeping the soil healthy and productive. Tall blades of grass are able to obtain more light during peak sun hours and, in turn, will use this energy to produce and provide more nutrients to the roots and surrounding soil. Taller blades will also provide shade that allows for the soil surrounding each blade of grass to maintain moisture throughout the summer days. Be sure to:

  • Remove Excess Clippings
  • Fertilize
  • Seed Bare Areas
  • Remove Weeds
  • Water At Sunset

    Proper Fall Maintenance Makes For A Better Spring

    Many homeowners think lawns need less care in the fall because the grass grows more slowly. In fact, just the opposite is true. During this time of year, grass is busily absorbing energy, moisture, and nutrients in preparation for a long, dormant winter. Give it a little attention now, and you'll be rewarded with a lush, healthy spring lawn. Just follow these six tips. Be sure to:

  • Keep on Mowing
  • Aerate The Soil
  • Rake The Leaves
  • Fertilize for The Future
  • Fill In Bald Spots