Something I saw yesterday got me to thinking... I saw a guy cutting a property, dodge dakota hauling a 10 foot trailer, one 36 inch walk behind, one 21" push mower, one trimmer and a handheld blower. Now I really don't care about the equipment, but he had a very large sign that said XXXX Lawn and landscaping.... I just know this guy isn't doing landscaping jobs, at least per what I think the definition is... Do you think the term landscaping is over-used? What do you think landscaping entails? I don't even consider things like a mulch install, or even planting flowers in existing beds, to be landscaping. I do mulch installs, and as far as I'm concerned that's in no way shape or form landscaping. I think that a lot of people get landscaping mixed up with rennovation. When I think of landscaping, I think of grading, actual creation of the lawn, cutting new beds and installing the shrubs, etc. Actually changing the contours or drastically changing the look of a property through "re-arranging" the ground, changing contours, etc... What say you guys?