If you want a
Grounds Guys (
US and Canada)
@GroundsGuysUS and @GroundsGuysCA
The Grounds Guys have nearly identical American and Canadian feeds, which have planting tips, basics on botanicals and landscaping facts. Their short and simple tweets with catchy images get the point across quickly.
The Texas Nursery & Landscape Association shares lots of news from the plant world. From new varieties to educational sessions to open jobs, their tweets are always catered to be just right for their audience.
The Davey Tree Expert Company
These guys really love trees and it shows. From disease treatment and pruning tips to field photos, The Davey Tree Expert Company shows how to really care for trees and why it’s important.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals keeps followers updated on the latest awareness campaigns and legal issues facing the industry. You’ll learn about the benefits of lawns, educational sessions
A&A Lawn & Landscaping
These guys know how to use Twitter to connect with their customers, providing updates on service, photos of projects and keeping up a good sense of humor in their conversations.
Look no farther if you want the latest updates on the fight for H-2B reform and other legislative issues. The National Hispanic Landscape Alliance offers training opportunities and information you can share with your customers to promote the green industry.
If you’re worried about the drought conditions in the West, the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado has you covered. They also feature hiring tips, safety tips
TruGreen has lots of great photos and infographics to share with your customers, including lawn care tips, landscape renovation ideas and timely reminders about seasonal tasks.
See projects in process from start to finish with the Coastal Inc. crew. There’s great hardscape inspiration as well.
Every Tuesday, Nutri-Lawn has a helpful tip you can use in your business. The Nutri-Lawn feed also has links to some insightful blog posts on plant and lawn health.
If you want to take your business to the next level, the Landscape Leadership feed is a great resource. Whether you want to hone your marketing skills, increase profits or improve your sales, they have some good strategies, no matter what size your company is.
The consumer side of the National Association of Landscape Professionals features tweets that are great for any landscape company to retweet. It has everything from new plants to fun stats to reminders about the benefits of lawns.
These guys have got the hang of water features and outdoor spaces down pat. Patera Landscaping is always full of stats about how much homeowners can benefit from great landscaping, so there are some great marketing ideas as well.
Park West in California has some wild projects and ways to spice up your plant selections. The company also has good basic tips on how to keep lawns and landscapes looking their best.
The Sharper Cut
With outdoor living spaces becoming more and more popular, The Sharper Cut has a lot of ideas to make something special and unique for your customers who are looking for an out-of-box backyard.
American Society of Landscape Architects
Some of the biggest and best undertakings in the industry are featured on the ASLA Twitter feed. Come for the pictures, stay for the inspiration.
The folks at Landscape Workshop really love what they do, and they aren’t afraid of showing off a little. Their enthusiasm is infectious and their blog posts are full of useful information.
If you want to see some impactful and visually appealing marketing, look no further than Oklahoma Landscape. Pick up some tips or just enjoy photos of great work.
Whether it’s beautiful planters, employees dressed in Star Wars gear or on-the-job shots, Mullin Landscape has the right balance of promotional pieces and behind-the-scenes action for social media.
If you do pest control, look no further than this account from Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment. There’s news about pesticide bans and information on sustainable and responsible pesticide use.
Team-building is what it’s all about on Turfscape’s Twitter. You’ll find all kinds of ways to recognize your employees, build a sense of community in your business and turn jobs into careers.
These guys answer the important questions and the ones you didn’t even know you had through their thought-provoking blog posts. Find links to posts about design, legal questions, lawn maintenance and more.
The Arbor Day Foundation’s Alliance for Community Trees Foundation runs this account, full of tree facts, benefits and education. If you’re in tree care, or just love them as part of the landscape, check them out.
Natives, pollinators, ecological news and green infrastructure take center stage on EcoLandscaping’s feed. Sustainable landscapers will find a lot of inspiration and research here.
Follow #LLTwitter25 for more tips and best practices for social media.
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