This Transformation Tuesday involved a simple change that made a huge difference for this property. Our client had a brick patio that they loved very much BUT, there was only one problem - no plants to soften up the area. The first step in this transformation was to remove the bricks from the area that would become a flowerbed (as seen in the picture). Once all the bricks were removed, it was time to take out the sand. Although sand is a great base below brick, it is terribl
Q: What precautions are you taking during Covid? A: We take the safety of our staff and clients very seriously! 1. We have two separate times our crews come in to minimize contact between the teams.
2. EVERYONE is required to wear masks at all times.
3. Our employee's temperatures are taken every morning by Phil. If they are feeling sick they are asked to not come into work, and if they have COVID symptoms, they need to get tested and not return to work until they have rece
Glory of Snow
Zone 3-8 During late winter/early spring, imagine beautiful lily shaped, sky-blue flowers emerging above the glistening snowfall. It will make you feel like you're in a floral winter wonderland! Glory of Snow (as its name implies) is an early-blooming bulb that can help knock away those winter blues (or give that last snowfall an unforgettable look). Reaching 6" tall, the flowers also come in pink or white. These flowers are easy to maintain.
Q: Can I get my yard landscaped without a maintenance contract once the landscape is done. I plan on doing the maintenance myself. A: Of course! We highly recommend getting a maintenance contract after a landscape project is complete to ensure your investment is well taken care of by our crews. However, if you have the time and dedication to maintain your own yard once we complete the landscape, that is completely your decision. We will not pressure you into a maintenance con
Zone 3-7 Break the winter blues with snowdrops! One of the first flowers to bloom in late winter/early spring. White droopy flowers rise above tulip-like foliage. Each flower slightly resembles a winged bug and adds a unique look to the plant.Can reach up to 6" tall. Plant in partial shade to full sun. Place bulb about 2-3" deep and spaced about 3" apart. Plant in groups of 15 or more for a dramatic effect. You can also plant alongside Muscari to
Zone 2-8 Dainty, cobalt blue blossoms emerge in early spring and can transform your garden into a beautiful ocean of blue flowers! Flowers only reach 4" tall, but the multiple flowers emerging from each plant won't leave you disappointed. Plant a lot of bulbs to have a meaningful impact on your garden. Plant in full to part sun, 4" deep with 4" spacing between bulbs. Water regularly during blooming season. Once blooms fade, cut the stems down to about 1
Q: I have a brick patio that has some broken bricks. Would you be able to remove the broken bricks and replace them? A: As long as the brick is not laid in cement it is a fairly simple process to remove broken bricks and replace them. The biggest concern is going to be the color match of the brick. Brick manufacturers change brick colors fairly often and discontinue manufacturing of older colors. There is a chance the brick may not match exactly but if you are okay with thi
Zone 4-7 This tree's unique growth pattern and pine texture set it apart from every other pine tree. As it grows, the Vanderwolf pine keeps a dense, pyramid shape instead of branching out. The needles tend to be as long as a ponderosa pine but are very flexible and soft, making it almost impossible for them to poke you. These needles provide this tree with its unique, fluffy textured look which helps this evergreen stand out from the rest. This tr