Welcome to Raleigh’s yet again, wacky weather patterns. This year landscaping and lawn care in Raleigh and the Triangle region in general is about a month off track. We have completed our first round of lawn mowings and the lawns have finally started to green up well,with slowly rising soil temperatures and a nice dose

Improve your beds with our wide selection of mulch and ground covers. We offer long leaf Pine straw and slash pine straw in areas you just want a ground cover. Our mulches consist of: double shredded hardwood, triple shredded hardwood, cedar, designer brown, designer red, designer black, certified play ground mulch. Our designer mulches are

We are extending our pine straw special until Feb. 15th. Act now to receive Pine straw installation at 15% off! This offer only runs once per year and supplies are limited! Also receive $5 off each cubic yard of mulch on your installation job. Start the season off right with Capital City Groundskeeping – Professionals

December Tips | Raleigh Lawn Care

Monday, 10 December 2012 by

Now that the leaves have finished falling, for the most part, it is time to get them to the street for the city’s final round of collection. We suggest keeping your lawn cleared and mulching when possible. Also, remember that just because it’s getting colder doesn’t mean that you lawn doesn’t need water. We have

2012 Raleigh Leaf Collection Zones With the start of November, it is time to begin to blow your leaves down to the street curbside, as the city starts to make their rounds of sucking them up.  We highly recommend that you mow and mulch the leaves as much as possible, as they provide essential nutrients to the

We are seeing high temperatures again this October.  Last fall and winter were very mild and here we are continuing to see highs in the mid 80′ this week.  The leaves are falling now but still not as heavy as they typically do by this time of year. As the trees begin to plaster your lawn with