Do your guests feel as welcome outside as they do inside?
WHY HG Landscape Plus
“The house is mine, the yard is yours,” one of our long-time clients said to us after purchasing a property that needed a major landscaping overhaul. HG Landscape Plus owner, Henrique, takes pride in the relationships he builds with his customers and in the trust they give him. As a small, local company we take care of our clients like family, and many of them have been with us for years, first as Turf Tailor, Inc. and now HG Landscape Plus. Our clients know they can trust us with their yards, and that the house and yard together are what make a home.
We create and maintain outside living spaces where you grill up the perfect barbecue, teach your kids to play catch, and throw the next great backyard picnic. When you’re ready to sell your home, great lawns make for excellent curb appeal that entices prospective buyers. A well-manicured lawn makes a statement in your neighborhood, and we believe that lawn care isn’t about “just cutting the grass”— anyone with a truck and a lawnmower can do that. Our approach understands the pride that a gorgeous lawn brings. It’s the first thing people see when approaching your home, and the memories made in the backyard can last your family a lifetime.
Henrique grew up in a tiny town in Minas Gerais, Brasil. He’s been entrepreneurial ever since he was a child. His grandparents played a pivotal role in caring for his mother, himself, and his younger siblings. When they passed away, Henrique faced a crucial decision between few options and he chose to become his family’s breadwinner—at just 10 years old. Asking the town’s farmers for advice, he set about planting his first crop on the land he and his brother inherited. That year he grew okra. It was hard work, but he was pleased with his first taste of success! He used the yield to invest in the next crop and started contributing to his family’s income. He and his brother eventually split the land, each of them building small, individual farms. Henrique planted coffee beans, bought a herd of cattle, and continued to rotate field crops.