Rosewood Estates retirement community is steeped in Texas charm. Set on lush, green grounds with trees and winding, paved pathways, you’ll enjoy all the good life has to offer at this Tyler senior living community. Read a book in the lounge chair. Walk your dog. This quiet residential area is perfect for relaxation or recreation.
Find shopping, dining, and movie theaters within a few miles. Rosewood Estates independent living community is close to UT Health Tyler and several health care providers. Visit the animals at Caldwell Zoo. Take in sweet scents at Tyler Rose Garden. Explore exhibits at Tyler Museum of Art. When grandkids visit, they'll love The Discovery Science Place. There's no shortage of attractions in the area.
Rosewood Estates is an award-winning, independent senior living community. Awards include the 2020 Great Place to Work certification, the 2019 Great Place to Work certification, and the 2020 SeniorAdvisor Best of Senior Living award.
For the landscape, a focus on several key areas including improving nutrition in the soils for plant growth; mowing, pruning and trimming properly; making sure all seasonal debris is removed from the entire property, including curb pans; watering conservatively; and controlling problem pests as they occur.
Fertility and soil health are managed with nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, iron, copper, and manganese in a blend of readily available and slow release sources. We currently recycle the nutrients in grass clippings by mulching them back into the turf where it is acceptable.
Watering conservatively is an important aspect of being green on campus especially as Texas struggles with supply issues during the summer months.
Preventing and controlling problem insects, diseases and weeds is sometimes a challenge. All products used are done so within an integrated pest management program.
Many of the shrubs and ornamental trees needed to be cut-back severely during the renovation. A crew from Porowski Lawn & Landscape removed dead, hazardous, and declining trees and pruned mature trees to increase light levels on the campus. On an ongoing basis, the many large crape myrtle, oak, and pine trees throughout the property are pruned to insure proper growth habits and healthiness of the trees.
The landscape is an important social aspect of the campus. Many of the landscape elements have been donated and draw special attention from the donors. We work safely and unobtrusively around the constant pedestrian traffic throughout the campus and prepare the grounds for special events such as banquets and advertisement programs held on site.
This property is one of the only in East Texas to feature irrigated hanging baskets that will contain seasonal color year round. This property will also receive a fall and winter annual ryegrass overseeding. Due to the continued plantings year round, irrigation management, which is normally non existent during the winter months in East Texas, will remain a priority. Ongoing monitoring of the system ensures that water is being used wisely when the landscape needs it as well as reducing irrigation when it is not needed.
Porowski Lawn & Landscape will be installing 4,000+ flowers and over 50 cubic yards of mulch annually. We will also be creating multiple new landscape beds with raised plant boxes. Our ability to efficiently and safely develop and construct high quality work, from design to finish, stimulated outdoor activity and enhanced value at the living facility. The result was a cohesive strategic plan for the entire multi-acre urban site, and the flexibility to efficiently make changes as needed.