Basic Clean Ups
Before one can begin a Maintenance Plan, a garden needs to be in a state of basic order. If your garden is “out of control,” we can visit you for a free evaluation and come up with an estimate to whip it back into shape. This may include: weeding, spraying (Organic vs. Chemical), Weed Barriers, Edgings, Pruning, etc. Maintenance begins after stability.
- a) Maintenance Weeding, Pulling, and Spraying (Organic vs. Chemical).
b) Light Pruning (Shaping shrubs, smaller trees and perennials – Not large hedges).
c) Clean-up of Spent Foliage on Perennials and Annuals, Deadheading Spent Blooms.
d) Dividing and replanting mature perennials if possible.
e) Staking perennials and/or newly planted trees.
f) Fertilizing with Organic methods.
g) Using Organic Pesticide methods.
h) Leaf Blowing when needed.
- Mulching or Re-mulching (Cost of Mulch and Labor)
Pruning– Large and/or multiple Crape Myrtles, Hedges, Large Japanese Maples, etc.
- Fortnight – (every 2 weeks)
Monthly – (every 4 weeks)
Quarterly – (every 3 months)