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Forest Green Lawn and Landscaping is dedicated to providing you with the best in lawn care and landscaping at an affordable price. Servicing the Omaha Metropolitan area, we provide year round lawn, grounds upkeep and professional Landscaping services to businesses and residences. From mowing to snow removal and fertilization to aeration, we make your property the envy of all your neighbors.
Forest Green Lawn and Landscaping is committed to excellence by focusing on our customers.

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Our Company

Forest Green Lawn and Landscaping has been serving commercial and residential customers throughout the greater Omaha Metropolitan area since 1997. We started in a 10’x10’ garage and now operate from within a 15,000 square foot building on more than two acres. We are located in Midtown Omaha to conveniently serve the entire Metropolitan area. Forest Green Lawn and Landscaping is committed to excellence by providing the highest quality work and second-to-none customer service. We strive to maintain outstanding customer relationships and look forward to serving you now and in the future.

Our Philosophy

At Forest Green Lawn and Landscaping, we believe in making sure our customers are completely satisfied with our services. We pay attention to the details that make a difference, like making sure that all sidewalks and driveways are blown-off, a receipt is left in the door, and an indicator flag is placed in the yard. Our reputation depends on your satisfaction!
January Landscaping Tips

• On a warm day, check the soil moisture around boxwood and holly, these plants tend to dry out through the winter and can sometimes use a supplemental watering.
• Plan for spring and summer, start saving pictures and catalogs for inspiration and ideas.
• Snow can be used as ‘white mulch’ on perennials and areas where bulbs were planted last fall, as long as it is free from salt.
• Use branches from your cut Christmas tree as a winter mulch around the base of roses and other less hardy perennials.