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Installation

There is more to planting than you may know

The behind the scenes process of any installation

A Professional Installation Process

Efficient Garden Installation is key to getting plants in the ground with the things they need while keeping them healthy in the process

Measuring Tape

Plan to Land

Converting a plan to land

It is important to map out a plan on the ground before installation can begin, double checking scale and determining if anything needs to be adjusted.

Ruler

When starting a custom installation the old saying measure twice cut once is no joke. Double checking scale could save heartache later on. After adjusting any scale requirements we can start with design landmarks like trees, hardscapes, patios etc.

Transportation

 Transporting plants and other materials is a big behind the scenes part of any installation. Tarping, strapping, and fitting a trailer for safety on the road and for the plants are just some of steps to moving from point A to B

Open delivery truck loaded with pot plan

Soil Amendments

Whether for drainage or adjusting soil PH, having the correct soil is key for a happy garden

Black Soil
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Acidity, well draining, and rich soils are some of the things required by different plants to allow them to thrive. When a hole is dug just like instructions on any plant tag, a hole should be approximately a quarter size larger than the root ball of the plant to allow newly forming roots to spread easily.

Post Installation Pruning

After shrubs and trees are installed a light pruning to direct future plant growth for an aesthetic look is sometimes necessary. Crossing branches and stems or overgrown sides should be cut back.

Trimming Leaves
Plant & Irrigation System

Irrigation

 Irrigation systems can be done with drip line or sprayers, regardless of which route you decide to go this install is done during the landscape install to accommodate specific water requirements per area.

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Lighting

 Irrigation systems can be done with drip line or sprayers, regardless of which route you decide to go this install is done during the landscape install to accommodate specific water requirements per area.