CC Landscaping & Lawns

Landscaper & Lawn Care Services

Phone # 209-370-2096

No matter what generation people come from, we all find ourselves living in a high-tech age of computers, where often it becomes increasingly easy for people to become disconnected from the comforts, joy and beauty that nature has to offer us. Whether we live in the suburbs, country or the city, we often spend too much time indoors with our eyes pasted to a computer, phone, or TV screen, completely disconnected from the natural cycle of things.

Many prefer privacy rather than going out to the public park for a little natural scenery. This is why it is so important to create a space where you can relax and reconnect with nature, and your favorite people by having some decorative landscaping done at your property. When you have a beautiful space outdoors to enjoy you will be able to spend more time outside soaking up the lovely sunshine, listen to the birds and the bees, or have a party with your loved ones. Experience some of the great benefits of landscaping and see how it can really make your outdoor spaces more enjoyable.


CC Landscaping & Lawns is located in Lodi Ca, we offer local landscaping, lawn care and Landscape design services. We specialize in naturalistic landscape designs that focus on the use of native and drought resistant plants and shrubs to create a beautiful space for your property. Whether you are looking to improve the looks of your home or business we can offer original, quality, and reliable services to the people of San Joaquin County.

Today Roses are well known as the symbol of love almost to the point of cliche. Roses can be found growing wild in California and the species is known as the Rosa Califonica, it is a member of the Rosaceae family and is truly a native treasure. Over the years gardeners and breeders have obsessed over creating the perfect roses for gardens and have hybridized the species to the point of creating every color of the rainbow except for the ever elusive blue color.

In his book Landscape with Roses author Jeff Cox offers some great ideas about designing landscapes with beautiful character of roses, he says: “Roses are the stars of the show. More than any other similarly sized shrubs, they become a visible part of the garden’s design:its composition, heights, masses, forms, and focal points. They draw attention to themselves because of their color, like the Floribunda ‘All That Jazz’ with its bright, coral-salmon hue, or because of their astonishing subtle beauty, like the shrub rose ‘Sparrieshroop’ with single, light pink blossoms that look lie painted porcelain. And they lend drama to the landscape, especially the larger roses that can turn a simple path into a channel of color.

Suitable For Any Style Garden

You can use the knowledge of roses’ dramatic appearance in formal, semi-formal, and informative ways. A landscape may be exclusively one of these styles, or it may be a ix of the three. If a landscape is to range from formal to informal, it is traditional to place the formal beds closest to the house, the semi informal ones beyond them, and the informal landscaping at a farther distance still-the implication being that beyond the informal landscape is the wild wood (even though it may just be the neighbor’s yard). That’s the traditional way, but it’s entirely possible to surround part of the house with informal areas or semiformal beds and reserve an outlying spot for a formal garden. Whatever makes sense and pleases you provides your guiding star in landscape design.

Fancying the Formal

In ages past, when nature was mostly beyond human control, a tight order was the goal of garden design. Cloistered gardens, formal parterres, and meticulously manicured gardens were the rage. Nature was brushed aside, and the landscape was bent to purely human ideas. Clipped hedges, arabesques of herbs and boxwood, rows of roses flanking paths, formal fountains and water features-these suggeste that humans were in complete control. Plants provided the textures and colors for replicating a fancy tapestry or brocade. One could easily make sense out of such a landscape, and it gave those for whom nature was still a chaotic and dangerous place a sense of order and security.

Even though they can be the elaborate of designs, and despite changes in attitude toward formal gardens, they are still the most obvious way to display roses in massed plantings. This is especially true in large, expansive landscapes where the patterns of large, formal plantings can be seen in their entirety. The formal rose garden will have its season of major bloom, and then rebloomers will produce flowers sporadically throughout the remainder of the season. Formal gardens can be kept in color by planting bulbs and annuals among the roses. Early bulbs flower in spring, along with the roses, and once the roses have begun to leaf out, annuals can be added for summer color. Flowering ground covers and low growing perennials are also good choices for adding a splash of color through the season. Just remember to choose flowering plants that harmonize with the color of any reblooming roses in your garden.”