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We Are Axon Creative outdoors

Axon Creative Outdoors Landscape Company is a full service exterior landscape company. We are defined by our unparalleled design, installation and maintenance for both residential and commercial properties. Founded in 2004 by Mike Jones (previously Two Athletes and a Lawnmower) has developed distinctive landscapes that have been the hallmark of the company's commitment to creativity, quality and service. Our services include design/build, installation, comprehensive maintenance and land care, irrigation/water management, hardscaping, lighting, and snow removal.

Axon Creative Outdoors Landscape Company has been serving Alabama for over 10 years. Our company philosophy is to design and build the highest quality landscapes, thus ensuring our clients' total satisfaction. Our professionalism, attention to detail and responsiveness to clients' needs and concerns has been the foundation of our growth and enabled us to become a leading full service landscape contractor in the state. We have made it our mission to provide extraordinary landscape services and total client-satisfaction in a profitable manner to enable employees to meet personal and career goals.

Whether you’re interested in extensive installation, garden maintenance, or treating only one area of your garden; our experienced and highly-trained staff of landscape designers and crews will help create the beautiful and functional setting you envision.



Use Compost

Spread it around plants to ward off disease; put a bit in your potting mix to add slow-release micronutrients; top-dress beds with it to improve soil structure no matter what kind of soil you have; use it to help restore life to soil that's exhausted from years of chemical abuse. Sprinkle it on the lawn spring and fall to encourage the shallow grass roots... It's almost impossible to use too much.

Plant Crops in Wide Beds

Crops are anything planted for harvesting: vegetables, cutting flowers, shrubs on hold to be transplanted... keeping these grouped as tightly as possible in beds that are not trod upon cuts down on weeding, conserves water, allows the compost to be concentrated where it will do the most good and improves soil structure year upon year as the layers of organic matter pile up. These beds are frequently raised or at least corralled neatly by boards or — I saw it once and am still impressed all these years later — by long slabs of granite. Aesthetics aside, the primary virtue of this tidiness is easier path maintenance. From the soil and plant point of view it's the special treatment that matters.


Mulch clothes the soil in a protective barrier that moderates temperature, conserves water, helps keep soil-borne diseases from splashing up and helps keep soil itself from splashing up — on your lettuce, for instance. Almost any organic mulch that will rot down into the soil is almost always preferable to landscape fabric with some kind of icing, but choosing the right mulch for each job is worth the extra effort. Straw for instance is inexpensive, but it's untidy compared to wood chips and it breaks down a lot faster. That suits straw to the vegetable patch while the chips win under shrubs. (The specialized mulches for warming soil and/or reflecting back just the right light upon your vegetables are seldom biodegradable. My experiments with them are ongoing so all I can say at this point is: Remember that they work only when light falls on them; the more your garden resembles a jungle — no names, please — the less effective they will be.)

Feed the Soil, Not the Plants

Plant health depends on healthy roots; healthy roots depend on healthy soil for air, water and nutrients delivered in forms plants can use. Soil rich in organic matter — compost! — is generally rich in nutrients and in the teeming life (fungi, bacteria, worms, etc.) that makes those nutrients available to the plants. Ornamental plants in good soil seldom need added fertilizer, and crop plants that do need extra food need less of it when it's released slowly by friendly soil from things like rock powders, kelp and green manures.


At Axon Outdoors, we are focused on excellence, we value our professional affiliations. We are proud members of the (...) One of the general contractor's key tenets is defining and maintaining the highest standards of professionalism in the landscape industry. As of January 2015, the business changed it's name from Two Athletes and a Lawnmower to Axon Creative Outdoors in order to better reflect its commitment to nurturing excellence within our industry.


Commercial Services

Working closely with your landscape, Axon Outdoors has the capability and skilled staff to coordinate and properly install the full scope of your landscape project. We will coordinate hardscape installation, and install the plants and materials, in-house irrigation and landscape lighting systems.

Through long-established relationships with property owners, managers, builders, and specialty craftspeople, we have the expertise to advise you on scheduling, project management, and cost-effectiveness.

Our pre-construction services include design evaluation, budgeting and value engineering, plant availability assessment, landscape irrigation design and review, long-term maintenance analysis, site evaluation, and risk management consultation. When construction is completed, we schedule regular follow-ups through the contract period.

  • Commercial Irrigation & Water Management
  • Commercial Landscape Installation
  • Commercial Landscape Maintenance
  • Hardscape
  • Lighting Design & Installation
  • Plant Health Care
  • Snow & Ice Management

Residential Services

An attractive, well-crafted landscape substantially increases the value of your home and enhances your quality of life. Axon Creative Outdoors Landscape Company offers residential landscape services in Alabama to suit your tastes, property and lifestyle.

Whether you’re interested in extensive installation, garden maintenance, or treatment of only one area of your garden, our experienced and highly-trained staff of landscape designers will help create the beautiful and functional setting you envision. Our team will guide you through budgeting, formal estimating, project management and property maintenance to ensure your design reaches its full potential.

  • Residential Irrigation & Water Management
  • Residential Landscape Installation
  • Residential Landscape Maintenance
  • Residential Design/Build
  • Plant Health Care
  • Snow & Ice Management
  • Hardscape
  • Lighting Design & Installation