Arizona Lawn Care - Facts and Figures



Average Price of Lawn Mowing in Arizona

Frequency 1/8 Acre 1/4 Acre 1/3 Acre 1/2 Acre 1 Acre
Weekly $22.7 $29.84 $41.19 $47.91 $75.23
Bieekly $25.22 $34.04 $43.71 $59.68 $88.68
Monthly $25.64 $36.15 $43.29 $62.62 $89.52

The overall overage price for lawn mowing in Arizona is $42.03.



Most Common Lawn Mowing Frequencies in Arizona

Lawn Mowing Frequency Percentage
Weekly Mowing 37.9%
Bieekly Mowing 34.7%
Monthly Mowing 27.4%


Other Common Lawn Services in Arizona

Service Percentage
Fertilization Treatment 9.3%
Core Aeration 7.9%
Leaf Removal 8.1%
Lawn Cleanup 6.7%


How do prices, yard sizes and frequencies differ by city in Arizona?

City Average Mowing Price Average Yard Size % Weekly % Biweekly % Monthly
Phoenix $45.9 7,334 sq feet 31% 48% 21%
Tucson $44.96 7,103 sq feet 24% 22% 54%
Mesa $40.61 8,492 sq feet % % %
Queen Creek $43.43 10,637 sq feet % % %
Tempe $40.79 11,865 sq feet % % %
Chandler $43.67 8,410 sq feet % % %
Gilbert $42.94 10,321 sq feet % % %
Laveen $40.32 11,335 sq feet % % %
Peoria $40.55 5,813 sq feet % % %
Scottsdale $43.64 6,190 sq feet % % %


Plants Native to Arizona

Tufted evening-primrose

Oenothera caespitosa


moisture level: Average

sunlight: Full

height: 1-2'

width: 1-6'

coloring: White petals, yellow stamens


Tufted Evening Primrose is a showy flower that opens to it's white petals in the late afternoon and closes them in the morning changing color to a hue of pink or red-violet.


Desert agave

Agave deserti


moisture level: Dry

sunlight: Full

height: 1.5'

coloring: Pale yellow tubular flowers, blue-green leaves


Desert agave is a near stemless plant that grows in colonies with stiff and narrow leaves and clusters of flowers. The leaves doesn't get very tall but can spread to a width of 6 ft., while the flowering stem can reach up to 15 ft. in height.


Blackfoot daisy

Melampodium leucanthum


moisture level: Dry

sunlight: Full - Partial

height: 8''

coloring: White petals, yellow stamens

wildlife attraction: Butterflies, birds, and bees; deer resistant


Blackfoot daisy is a smaller bushy plant full of 1 in. daisy-like flower heads. The flower heads give off a honey scent, making it wildly attractive to fluttering friends.


Blue flax

Linum lewisii


moisture level: Dry

sunlight: Full

height: 2'

coloring: Light blue petals


The wild Blue flax plant grows sporatically, never in a set form, leaning. Each flower has 5 petals in light blue with dark blue veins and a very leaf filled stem.



All data on this page was last updated on 07-14-2020



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