"Dr. Phil’s Landscaping did a fantastic job getting our yard in tip-top shape for a party we hosted recently. Phil cut the grass, trimmed the bushes, and removed all yard debris. When people arrived, many commented on how great our yard looked. Thanks, Phil!"
LOVE YOUR LAWN
I want you to love your lawn. The kind you walk on with bare feet and feel the cool grass between your toes. I want your back or front yard a place you sling a tennis ball to your Golden Retriever, toss a baseball with your kid, spread out a towel in the middle of the yard and get some sun, or spread out a blanket in the shade and get lost in a good book.
Going beyond simply cutting grass, I strive to create for you an outdoor space that enhances your world. I call it Landscape for Life - spaces where you gather around a firepit on crisp fall Greenville evenings, spaces where you grill out with family and friends, spaces that speak “this is home.”
About Dr. Phil
A Greenville native, Phil went to Taylors Elementary, Northwood Middle School, and Riverside High School. He couldn’t get enough of GVL and traversed the eastside to Furman University where he met his wife, Cary.
His dad, Phil Sr., was a Pastor at Taylors First Baptist for 32 years. As a middle schooler, Phil Jr. got to mow the athletic fields at the church and drive the blue Ford 4240 tractor dragging the bush hog behind. Seeing the symmetry and inviting nature of the softball fields gave a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment.
At Furman, Phil was a distance runner and the smell of a dew-filled, freshly cut course for Saturday morning Cross Country races is still a strong olfactory memory. After graduating, he went to seminary to prepare for Christian ministry – finishing a Doctor of Ministry degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2016.
A pastor in churches for the past 25 years, including 10 years at First Presbyterian Church, Greenville, he is now excited to own his own landscape company. Phil is hanging up his robe and bowtie and strapping on boots to work with his hands like Adam in the Garden of Eden and Jesus in the carpenter’s shop.
Phil and Cary, residents of Foxcroft, have four children: Allie, a student at Duke Divinity School, Mia at Kansas City Art Institute, Lincoln is a freshman at Clemson, and Rosa a junior at Eastside High School.