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Review potential jobs with a landscaping maintenance checklist

A landscaping maintenance checklist includes tasks such as mowing the lawn, trimming hedges, watering plants, and fertilizing. It may also include checking irrigation systems, removing weeds, and pruning trees. Regular use of a checklist helps ensure that all necessary tasks are completed on schedule, promoting the health and beauty of the landscape.

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Zone 1
1.01 impression when first arriving in area? Rate from 5 to 15 with 15 benign the best you have ever seen.
Zone 1 Lawn Maintencace
1.02 Grass healthy and well irrigated.
1.03 Grass has been proffecionly cut and maintained
1.04 All lawn edges have been trimmed and maintained
1.05 All side walks and parking lot have been cleared of all grass clippings.
1.06 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 1 Flower beds
1.07 General appearance first impression
1.08 Mulch is maintained and in good condition?
1.09All plants are healthy and are well irigated?
1.10 All plants have been trimmed and dead head as needed?
1.11If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 1 Litter control and cleanliness.
1.12 General appearance and first impression.
1.13 Trash route clean and cans empty?
1.14 Parking Lots and grounds litter free?
1.15 Enters ways clean and power washed and maintained?
1.16 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 2
2.01 First impression when first arriving in area? Rate from 5 to 15 with 15 benign the best you have ever seen.
Zone 2 Lawn Maintenace
2.02 Grass healthy and well irrigated.
2.03 Grass has been proffecionly cut and maintained
2.04 All lawn edges have been trimmed and maintained
2.05 All side walks and parking lot have been cleared of all grass clippings.
2.06 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 2 Flower beds
2.07 General appearance first impression
2.08 Mulch is maintained and in good condition?
2.09 All plants are healthy and are well irigated?
2.10 All plants have been trimmed and dead head as needed?
2.11If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 2 Litter control and cleanliness.
2.12 General appearance and first impression.
2.13 Trash route clean and cans empty?
2.14 Parking Lots and grounds litter free?
2.15 Enters ways clean and power washed and maintained?
2.16 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 3
3.01 First impression when first arriving in area? Rate from 5 to 15 with 15 benign the best you have ever seen.
Zone 3Lawn Maitenance
3.02 Grass healthy and well irrigated.
3.03 Grass has been proffecionly cut and maintained
3.04 All lawn edges have been trimmed and maintained
3.05 All side walks and parking lot have been cleared of all grass clippings.
3.06 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 3 Flower beds
3.07 General appearance first impression
3.08 Mulch is maintained and in good condition?
3.09 All plants are healthy and are well irigated?
3.10 All plants have been trimmed and dead head as needed?
3.11If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 3 Litter control and cleanliness.
3.12 General appearance and first impression.
3.13 Trash route clean and cans empty?
3.14 Parking Lots and grounds litter free?
3.15 Enters ways clean and power washed and maintained?
3.16 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 4
4.01 First impression when first arriving in area? Rate from 5 to 15 with 15 benign the best you have ever seen.
Zone 4 Lawn Maintenance
4.02 Grass healthy and well irrigated.
4.03 Grass has been proffecionly cut and maintained
4.04 All lawn edges have been trimmed and maintained
4.05 All side walks and parking lot have been cleared of all grass clippings.
4.06 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 4 Flower beds
4.07 General appearance first impression
4.08 Mulch is maintained and in good condition?
4.09 All plants are healthy and are well irigated?
4.10 All plants have been trimmed and dead head as needed?
4.11If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
Zone 4 Litter control and cleanliness.
4.12 General appearance and first impression.
4.13 Trash route clean and cans empty?
4.14 Parking Lots and grounds litter free?
4.15 Enters ways clean and power washed and maintained?
4.16 If any areas scored below 10 above picture is required.
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The Importance of a Landscaping Maintenance Checklist


Maintaining a beautiful and healthy landscape requires regular upkeep, and a landscaping maintenance checklist can help ensure that all necessary tasks are completed on schedule. The checklist typically includes a range of tasks such as mowing the lawn, trimming hedges, watering plants, and fertilizing. These tasks help keep the landscape looking lush and healthy.


Other items that may be included on a landscaping maintenance checklist include checking irrigation systems, removing weeds, and pruning trees. These tasks can help prevent potential problems such as overgrowth, disease, and pest infestations.


Using a landscaping maintenance checklist can help ensure that tasks are completed efficiently and consistently. By regularly checking off items on the checklist, property owners or landscapers can stay on top of maintenance needs and identify any issues that need to be addressed. This promotes the long-term health and beauty of the landscape and helps to prevent costly and time-consuming problems in the future.

Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.