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Louisville's and Southern Indiana's Expert Lawn Care Specialists
for over 35 Years

Since 1978, we have been the premier lawn care company in the Metro Louisville and Southern Indiana area. With more than 100 years of combined management and owner experience, we have the skill and expertise to turn your yard into the beautiful lawn you have always wanted. Call us today for a healthier lawn!

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Lawn Care

Weed Control

Lawn Care

Fertilization Services

Our six-step lawn care program is the perfect solution to getting and keeping a beautiful lawn. Lawn Cure properly times each and every lawn care service for maximum benefit to your lawn without the expense of unnecessary treatments. We’ll give your lawn a clean bill of health!

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Trees & Shrubs

Landscape Fertilization

Lawn Care

Insect Control

In addition to offering professional lawn care service, at Lawn Cure we have the products and services to help your landscape look its best from top to bottom. Don't forget to maintain the beauty of your trees, shrubs and landscape beds with our proven tree and shrub care and maintenance program.

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Pest Control

Insecticide Services

Lawn Care

Perimeter Control

In order to keep unwanted pests outside, we offer a perimeter pest control service applied 4 times a year, to keeps bugs where they belong – outside the home. This protective pest barrier greatly minimizes the amount of crawling insects from entering your home without spraying any pesticides indoors. 

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Lawn Care Tips from the Pros


Last Mowing of the Season????

Several have been heard to say over the past few weeks: “I just mowed my lawn for the last time this year!”. Before you put that lawn mower into early retirement, keep this in mind. Fescue, ryegrass and bluegrass lawns are still green and growing. True, their rate of growth has slowed down a bit with the cooler late fall temperatures, so mowing every 5-7 days is not necessarily needed. However, letting your lawn grow long and leaving it unmowed this early in the season can lead to… Read More »


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