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Does Your Company Have an Effective Welcome Mat?

For a business, investment in your landscape is more than just an attractive welcome mat to your customers.  A beautiful environment is known to increase productivity by workers and create a fresh, positive atmosphere for employee wellness.  Biophilia – the concept coined by Mobile’s own brilliant E. O. Wilson – means we need nature as […]

Give Your Home Definitive ROI with Good Landscaping

Just in time for National Homeowner’s Month, it’s no surprise to see Mobile & Baldwin County leading the state again in home sales, prices, and days on the market. Our natural beauty, quality of life, strong schools and economy are a natural draw for families leaving larger locales for our slice of Mobile Bay heaven. […]

Smart Irrigation Systems are Smart for Your Wallet Too

JubileeScape is a proud partner to EPA’s WaterSense program, with an ongoing commitment to conservation-minded water practices. Landscapers are on the front line when it comes to water management, as the EPA reports up to 50 percent of the water used in outdoor irrigation in this country may be going to waste.  That wasted water […]

5 Common Lawn Care Mistakes

This April as we celebrate National Lawn Care Month, it’s time to be honest about what we do right and wrong when it comes to common goal of a lush green yard.  Clearly, it is a goal for any homeowner, as 3 in 4 recently told a survey they’re not at all happy with their [...]

Is Your Tree a Safety Hazard?

Know the Warning Signs / Robin Luce Does your yard or commercial property have trees still showing stress from the severe weather of the last several months?  Hurricane Sally and the storms that followed along with our March deep freeze left trees along the coast dangerously stressed.  Acute stress can occur suddenly and causes almost […]

Statement on COVID-19

JubileeeScape takes very seriously our responsibility for the health and safety of our team, our customers, and the communities we serve in the ongoing fight against the continued spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

April 2019 – Mobile Bay Magazine

Feature Section – Renovations

JubileeScape is committed to sharing our passion for the outdoors with children, and school gardens in Mobile and Fairhope have become signature projects.

Most Pure Heart of Mary has struggled with enrollment and community support as an urban Catholic School in downtown Mobile.

JubileeScape Partners with Weeks Bay Foundation in Floating Flotilla Cleanup

With kayaks, canoes, work gloves and one of the company’s biggest trucks – more than a dozen JubileeScape volunteers joined in a “spring cleaning” of the coastline waters of Weeks Bay.

WKRG News 5 Devon Walsh – “What’s Working”

A local landscaping company teamed up with students at Most Pure Heart of Mary School in downtown Mobile