Introduction to Landscape maintenance
With 25 years of experience, you can be sure your landscape plants will be properly pruned. This means cutting back to existing branches without leaving unsightly stubs that invite decay and disease. It means pruning at the right time so next years flower buds aren't removed. It means not using hedge trimmers when hand snips should be used. It means a plant that benefits health wise and aesthetically after we are done working on it.
There is nothing that is more simple, affordable, and striking as a fresh layer of mulch. A $10,000 project without mulch looks incomplete, while a mulch topdress of a few hundred dollars can make a drab property shine. Not only does it look great, but the natural product breaks down over time to provide the soil with organic matter and nutrients. Along with helping supress weeds and retaining soil moisture, the benefits of mulch are evident short and long term.