Korby Landscape, LLC has been serving the Northern Colorado Front Range area and Wyoming
for almost 20 years. Our full-service landscaping company is locally owned and based
in Fort Collins and Wellington Colorado. Our sod company,
Korby Sod LLC, is also based in Fort Coillins.
The Steve Korby family has strong ties to the Wellington and Fort Collins community
and owns and controls the company and manages every phase of the business.
Our reputation for quality control is second to none. Our warranty/guarantee is
by far one of the best in the industry. Korby Landscape, LLC. is a member of ALCC
and TPI. Fair prices, reliability and water-wise
standards that address current and future environmental
concerns are some of the reasons why the city of Fort Collins, Co., school districts,
commercial builders and astute homeowners choose our company.
Everyone knows trees and plants and native grass are necessary to the environment.
Bluegrass turf is a plant, but because of drought concerns the media has unfairly
vilified this special hardy grass. Education is the key. It all starts with the
growing and harvesting of the turf. The consumer can then be assured they have received
a healthy, strong and appropriate turf. Proper ground preparation and sufficient
amendments need to be added to the soil. The sod should be properly installed and
carefully maintained thru the rooting-in period. Once established, the lawn needs
to be trained to be water wise. If industry care and maintenance are followed long
term, you will have a beautiful, economical, healthy, drought tolerant, low water
maintenance grass that is suitable for our Colorado and Wyoming weather conditions
and geographic area.
Bluegrass verses tall fescue or other water saving grasses. Before anyone talks
about water savings turf grass we must first talk about the soil preparation and
amendments. Soil preparation and the
amendments that are added
to the soil is what starts the whole process of saving water. Bluegrass is an excellent
turf for the Northern Colorado Front Range area and Wyoming. It has been and still
is one of the better bargains per square foot. Water-Wise conservation can be achieved by good watering practices, installing a rain sensor
on your irrigation clock and by not over watering in the summer months when we have
higher temperatures. Let the bluegrass brown out a little and then when cooler temperatures
start in late August the bluegrass will recover quickly for a nice lush lawn all
the way to Thanksgiving.