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    Landscape Contractors in Lake Ozark

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    Business Listing   Care Free Caretakers - Lake Ozark, MO - Phone: (573) 964-7022

    Business Listing   Kountry Scape Inc - Lake Ozark, MO - Phone: (573) 348-3877

    Business Listing   Lake-Home Nursery - Lake Ozark, MO - Phone: (573) 348-4104

    Business Listing   Osage Irrigation & Property Services - Lake Ozark, MO - Phone: (573) 302-1778

    Business Listing   Toby's - Florist - Lake Ozark, MO - Phone: (573) 348-2000

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    Helpful Definition for: Landscape Contractors

    Landscaping contractors in Lake Ozark are a group of people or an organization of individuals responsible for bringing about modifications to the visible features of an area of land that includes- gardening, the art and craft of growing plants with a goal of creating a beautiful environment within the landscape, modifying natural elements such as landforms, terrain shape and elevation, or bodies of water and human elements such as structures, buildings, fences or other material objects created and/or installed by humans. Landscape contractors in Lake Ozark generally provide services on a contract basis. Once they are employed, they can be expected to finish off their assigned jobs within the stipulated period of time, as per the contract.

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