Perimeter fence cutbacks are conducted annually to ensure that vegetative overgrowth does not encompass the fencing in any way. BrightView conducts this maintenance on an annual basis from October through March, and all material is removed daily from the worksite.
St. Augustine grass is the second feature in our Turf Management Series and is known for its salt tolerance.This grass is best suited for warm, humid areas. St. Augustine is widely utilized throughout the Southeast/coastal regions and is planted at the majority of The Landings Association’s gatehouses.
We’re going bananas twice this summer, with TWO Landings Nights at the Ball Park! Mark your calendars for some classic American fun at Grayson Stadium on June 22 and July 16. Tickets will be available for purchase at The Landings Association (600 Landings Way South) for both games starting May 1. Tickets are $18 per person and include unlimited food all evening. Food choices include chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, popcorn, soft drinks, and more. Tickets to be used for adult beverages may be purchased with your entry ticket for $3 each, but adult beverages may also be purchased in the stadium using cash or credit card. Once they are available, you will be able to purchase tickets with cash or check until 5 p.m. on game day, June 22 or July 16, while supplies last.
One of the many selling points of The Landings is its natural habitat and timeless beauty. The many towering Live Oaks, Red Oaks, Magnolias, and stately pines that grace the island help to make up some of this beauty. But did you know there are some hidden gems within The Landings that help to add to the southern charm? Over the next few months, I will be your tour guide as we explore some of these areas, many of which you may have heard of, and others that may come as news to you.