We will guide you through the process of selecting the right plants for your budget and environment. We will also provide you with the necessary maintenance information required for each of your selections.
Quality Lawn Care
Plant Bed Layout
Let us help you create a new landscape that includes fresh Sod. Replenishment of Bark in flower beds. After landscape installation set up a monthly contract with routine lawn care.
Line trimming will be completed to shorten high spots not reachable by lawn mowers.
Mowing; All clippings and debris will be removed, unless otherwise specified.
Leaf Blowing; Walkways and hardscapes will be blown free of debris. To leave the area clean of debris.
Trees, Shrubs and Groundcover
Tree beds shall be kept free of weeds, by manual removal. All debris from weeding shall be removed from the site and discarded.
All autumn and spring leaves shall be removed from the site and discarded.
Plant Bed Layout and Installation
Replenishment of bark mulch in flower beds (assortment to select from)
Irrigation repairs and Installation
Double Grind Fine Bark, is our preferred type of bark. It is made of Hemlock and Fir. As this bark decomposes it increases the nutrients in your soil.
Medium Bark is made of Hemlock and Fir.
Cedar Grove Compost has a darker appearance than bark and adds nutrients to the soil. This product is all-natural, made from leaves, sticks, and stem waste. Organic compost is perfect for your personal crops and lawn.
Drain Rock is used for ground cover.
Decorative Rock is used for ground cover.
Pea Gravel has a smooth finish. Pea gravel is regularly used for walkways, dog runs, playgrounds, patios, and a variety of other high-traffic areas. Pea gravel can also be used for underground projects, such as drainage and pipe bedding.
Used for growing any plant, shrub or tree.
Compost is chock full of the essential nutrients your plants need to thrive, without the need to use supplemental fertilizers.
Topsoil can be used to cover the ground, to create new beds, borders or to provide a base for turf laying or sowing grass seed. In paved gardens where there is no access to soil, topsoil can be used in raised beds for growing many plants, including vegetables.