Lake Murray Landscaping and Lawn Services

A beautifully landscaped yard can make all the difference in the world when it comes to enjoying the outdoors and what nature has to offer. Whether you want to add a few trees to your existing landscape, remove existing plant materials or just have a clean slate to work with, we can help.

Lexington, Columbia, Irmo and surrounding areas is a great place to be for the variety of plant materials we can use for our climate. If you like tropicals, natives, perennials, or even butterfly or hummingbird gardens, there are an abundance of plants available. What about low maintenance, we can do that too!

We can design a plan for you or use an existing design you may already have available. If you have the plant material and just do not want to install it, we can help you out there as well.

Give us a call today at 803-518-4090 and let us know what you need and I will be more than happy to answer any questions.

What our customers Are Saying

  • “ We use Going Green Lawn Care & Landscaping for all of our yard maintenance and I couldn’t be happier with the results. Chip helped us pick out everything from the type of grass to the plants. He even helped us with our outdoor fireplace as well. We get compliments on our yard all the time! ”

    - John S.

  • “ I don’t have time to maintain my yard like I would like so I called Chip at Going Green Lawn Care to give me a hand. I use them for everything from general ground maintenance to all of my landscaping as well. I trust Chip and his team to pick the perfect plants for my yard. ”

    - Brett D.

  • Sep 21

    Fall Lawn Care Tips

    Published by:

    Even though it's still 80 degrees outside in South Carolina, fall is officially here. With the changing seasons, its time to start thinking about your fall lawn care maintenance. We’ve come up with a list of chores to ensure your lawn stays healthy during ...

    read more
  • Jun 16

    After all the work you put into your lawn this summer, it’s discouraging to see those pesky weeds creep up. Dandelions. Crabgrass. Clover clumps. Whatever is growing in your backyard that you didn’t plant has got to go. Seems like in South Carolina, those ...

    read more