Landscape Installation



The landscape contracting process includes several important steps... many of those steps happen long before a truck, crew, and equipment appear at your site to put plants into the ground.
We set up the landscape for success after completion. We make the right decisions during the construction process to have our high quality plant material to continue to thrive. Quality landscape installations involve care and attention in the following areas:

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Plant Selection


Successful projects involve a skilled Landscape Contractor. Jenkins Landscape Company takes an active role in the selection process of trees, shrubs, and ground covers. The landscape is selected for quality and its’ particular purpose within the landscape plan. This selection process is also known as Right Plant, Right Place and is very important for the long term growth of a landscape. 

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Experienced Crews


You can rest assured that our staff has been properly trained and will work to provide you with quality landscape safely and effectively. Our crew leaders are certified as FNGLA (Florida Nursery, Growers & Landscape Association) Certified Landscape Technician (FCLT). They have several years of experience in the industry and are prepared to tackle any project.

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Equipment


Jenkins Landscape Company is an industry leader with the latest tools and equipment. Before arrival at a job site we will arrange any type of equipment needed for the job. Whether it is a 90 ton crane, front end loader or a shovel, we will be prepared. We have a full time mechanic on staff to make sure all equipment is operating at its’ fullest and safest potential and to help eliminate the possibility of break downs.

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Installation


The installation process has many variables and each property is unique. The most important part of installation is proper planting and irrigation. If a plant is planted two inches too deep the plant will decline. Roots need air, just like people. Plants will require more irrigation once they are planted. After plants become established irrigation can be reduced. Over or under irrigation will cause a plant to decline and even die. Assure that you are getting the proper service by a professional; call Jenkins Landscape Company today.

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Support Following Installation


When working with material that grows and changes, you have a landscape that never stands still and needs maintenance care. Following installation, we are available to answer your questions on plant care and
can assist you in extended maintenance for your new landscape.