Landscaping Companies in Evansville, IN

Comprehensive list of Evansville, Indiana based commercial and residential landscaping contractors, designers and suppliers.

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Full service all season professional commercial lawn care & landscape maintenance with services including lawn mowing, mulch, fertilizing, landscaping, aeration & seeding, tree & shrub trimming, fall leaf clean up and snow removal.


Total lawn care for Newburgh and Evansville Indiana. Lawn mowing, aeration, aerating, seeding, lawn repair, mulch, fertilizing, tree & shrub care, leaf removal and snow removal.


Our philosophy is simple, we trust that to truly have an exceptional landscape design, it is significant to have an equal collaboration that reflects our customers personality and lifestyle and Think Green Landscaping's expertise of natural landscape design. Our care to detail in every kind of our design is why our customers count on us for all of their landscape desires.



Welcome to Aching Acres Quality Landscape Construction, delivering years of knowledge in color-enhanced mulch blowing services, landscape design, installation, and custom stonework. Color Enhanced Mulch Accentuate your landscape beds with color. Using blower trucks, we can tint our all-bark hardwood mulch to any of a hundred different colors.


Since its inception in 1981, Combs Landscape and Nursery has had one mission, which is to Exceed Your Expectations. To be capable to continue to live up to that commitment, we moved to a new 15 acre state-of-the art facility in March of 1998. With that move came the addition of a 5,000 square foot Garden Center & Shop that features a huge range of Trees, Shrubs, Perennials, Tropical, Annuals & Garden


Serving Evansville, Newburgh and surrounding southern Indiana communities. Our firm was developed under the idea that property management isn't about plants and grass, it's about a property's image. The result was a fresh approach to how, why and when commercial property is landscaped and maintained. It started a legacy of turning landscaping into an asset, not an expense.