Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Before we get started, let me first thank you for visiting our little corner of the world. We hope that your experience here will not only be informative and educational but a little entertaining as well.

Legendary Landscapes, Inc. was born in 2001 and has grown steadily since. Begining in 2013 Our new name will be Legendary Landscapes & Turf Management. We no longer will be providing maintenance mowing. Our main focus will be on fertilization, weed, insect and disease contol in turf. Also lawn renovations and new installs will be top priority. The services link to the left will describe all the services offered. We pride ourselves in quality service, reliability and always putting our customer’s needs first. The founder of this venture is Bob Pasternak who has over 38 years experience in the turf and landscape industry. Bob has one main philosophy that guides this business and that is “treat every customer the way you would want to be treated and then go one step further." We handle the smallest residential job to the largest commercial job with that principle at the forefront.

Legendary Landscapes & Turf Management is a member of several professional organizations. Our employees are trained in the latest up-to-date procedures and techniques in the lawn and landscape community.

To navigate our site, please click on any of the links to the left. We will be frequently adding new information and welcome all input and suggestions. Please go to our contact page, fill out the form and hit send with your comments. This will also add you to our database so you can be kept up to date with all the latest information.

Again thank you for taking the time to visit us and I hope your experience here is good.

Legendary Landscapes & Turf Management looks forward to serving all your lawn and landscape needs in the future. Remember to enjoy and protect what nature has provided all of us for future generations.

Serving the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and surrounding North Texas communities







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