It's time to be proactive. Want the best landscape in your neighborhood?
Here are the things you should be thinking about going into spring.
JOIN OUR TEAM
Our team continues to grow! We are looking for experienced an Maintenance Foreman, Construction Foreman, Turf Specialist/Spray Technician, and Fieldworkers to join our crew of landscape artisans. Read a bit more about the jobs and fill out an online application to get started. We look forward to meeting our new team members!
Does your landscape need a refresh to get back to its peppy springtime look? Call us for a summer cleanup. Whether it's tidying up for an impeccable party setting or helping catch up from the work you just couldn't get to earlier this year, we can help.
get an early start on landscape design for 2019
Want to enjoy a new pergola, outdoor kitchen or patio this year? Our crews are already booked for 2018, but it's not too early to start planning for a 2019 project. Learn more about our process on our design page, or set up a consultation with one of our designers today.
It's not too late to have summer flowers installed! We are also beginning to plan for fall décor , so now is the time for early birds to start planning. We offer planter arrangements and in-ground plantings for all seasons. Peruse our seasonal décor portfolio for inspiration, and contact us today if you want us to design something just for you!
Gardener's List - Mid Summer
- Summer annuals can be added at any point from June through late August
- Pull and spray weeds throughout the summer (be sure to read all labels for herbicides)
- Deadhead perennials and roses to extend bloom season
- During long dry spells, water drought-sensitive plants
- Cut back asters and other tall, fall-blooming plants to keep them from blooming too early or getting overgrown in the fall
- Trim unruly perennials like Russian sage to keep them from covering paths and other plants
- Prune shrubs as they get unruly, although keep in mind that if spring-blooming shrubs are pruned this late you will not have many flowers next spring