We install both organic and inorganic mulch from hardwood mulch to decorative stone.
We plant annuals, perennials, trees, and shrubs in the proper location for the best result. We also use proper planting techniques and provide you with care instructions for your new plants!
We trim shrubs and small ornamental trees to the client's desired shape and height while keeping the health of the plant a top priority.
Our cleanups include removing leaves, twigs, and other debris as well as preparing your plants for the next growing season.
Includes removal of weeds, pruning plants, and redefining the garden edge.
Need a new lawn or do you need to topdress your damaged lawn? We can give you a lawn that makes your neighbors jealous!
Ready to change your landscape but unsure where to start? A consultation will let you ask questions and develop a plan.
Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
The best way to remove weeds is to install mulch early in the spring to prevent weed seeds from reaching the soil. After that, pull the remaining weeds at least once a month to keep the amount of weeds as low as possible. Repeat this every year to keep your garden looking beautiful. Biodegradable weed barrier is also an effective option but can be costly.
We use landscape fabric with all of our inorganic mulch (rubber mulch, decorative stone etc.). However, landscape fabric should never be used with organic mulch (hardwood, cedar, dyed mulch etc.) because after a couple years of organic mulch decomposing, weeds will grow on top of and through the landscape fabric making it nearly impossible to remove the weeds.
Yes we are. We would be happy to provide proof of insurance if asked.
We recommend planting a Kentucky Blue/ Perennial Rye seed mix. This mix will provide a beautiful lawn.
Newly planted plants go through some level of transplant shock and need to be watered regularly for at least the first year to have the best chance of a successful planting. For more accurate watering guidelines, feel free to contact us!