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Have A Garden That Comes to Life!

Colorful, Refreshing, Tranquil!

Flowers that blossom, trees with buds, and lush lawns; intricate walkways amongst the green, natural looking ponds and streams and trickling water structures.

We can create all of the above and more! With our hard work and meticulous maintenance we keep your garden fresh all year long.

Tips for a healthy garden:

During the Early Spring make sure you:

Apply Fertilize:  Preferably a slow-releasing, nitrogen-based fertilizer should be added at this time to enhance growth. After the application, water thoroughly.

Prune: Remove dead material from trees, plants and flower bushes (including roses) right after winter. Cut back to 4” to 6” above grade. Also, trim grass (including ornamental types) to the base.

Add Mulch: Not allowing its levels to surpass 2 ½ inches, add the mulch after you cultivate around the plant beds.  Cultivating stimulates the roots and releases moisture from the soil around the plant.  Mulching can also be performed in the fall. Levels of mulch should never go above the above the suggested level when re-applying.

Remove Weeds: Before giving them a chance to multiply, remove all weeds at this time.

During the Late Spring make sure you:

Prune.  Right after blooming, within two weeks or so, it is a great idea to prune ornamental plants again to ensure healthy buds for the following year.

Plant: Now that the heavy cold and frost are gone for good, plan to plant you favorite plant types. Each plant type does have its most ultimate planting period and you should perhaps try to find out when that is. In general though, late spring is a good planting time for most types. If you are planning to plant vegetables wait a little longer when temperatures are a bit higher. 

 
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Make your own compost pile:  Help the environment and your pocket, by building your very own compost pile. Turn your waste into useful compost material for the following season.

Treat for Bugs: Always keep an eye for newly appeared pests. Since each pest type behaves in different way, treatment times and products are specific for each one. The Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach is aimed to provide treatments as required, and not a general one. This approach is more environmentally friendly and has better results.

 

Wait until consistently warmer temperatures have stabilized before planting more sensitive annuals and vegetables.

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