Services We Provide



Hardscape is any of the non-living elements in your landscape design. As the name suggests, these are the harder design elements in your space like concrete, rocks, bricks, pavers, stone, and wood. Hardscaping also includes man-made structures like decks, pergolas, or that are used specifically in your landscaping.
Hardscaping includes patio design and installation, walkways and garden paths, retaining walls, steps and stairs, paver and concrete drives and parking, outdoor fireplaces and pits, etc. Hardscaping materials typically include paving bricks, concrete pavers, stone, and wood.


Landscape Bed Maintenance

Landscape maintenance services include tasks like pruning, debris removal, mulching, cutting back perennials and ornamental grasses, and re-edging the beds. Fall clean-up should also include leaf and debris removal.
Beds should be kept weeded on a monthly basis. In spring, we put down mulch and pre-emergent. Groundcover should be kept trimmed down, and prevented from invading surrounding plants. Shrubs need to be hand pruned to maintain a natural look and also trimmed back from the house.


Landscape Installation

Landscaping is much more than merely planting shrubs and trees and mowing lawns. 
A landscape installation on your property is much like adding an addition to your home - only on the outside. It consists of a variety of services such as sod work, installing retaining walls, driveway interlocking, and more that can help enhance your curb appeal.
Landscape installations are designed to accent the exterior of the home much like paint or other decorative elements such a brick or siding.


Lawn Mowing & Turf Management

Did you know that there are actually several reasons why it’s important to mow your grass on a regular basis?

To get the strongest lawn possible, get it mowed as often as needed to keep it at around 3 inches in height. When your grass is cut, the healthiest grass shoots will flourish while the weak shoots are left behind.

Consistency in growth is crucial in maintaining a beautiful yard. Keeping your grass cut to a short, uniform level on a regular basis, actually improves overall growth. 


Lawn Aeration & Dethaching

Grass roots need air, water and nutrients to grow thick, deep and strong. Aeration creates holes in the soil to alleviate compaction so air, water and nutrients can reach grass roots.

When soil becomes compacted, it inhibits the flow of nutrients that support thicker, healthier growth.

Dethatching and aerating are two different tasks, but they often go hand in hand. Thatch is the layer of decomposing organic matter that forms between soil and grass. When thatch gets more than 1/2 inch thick, it works like compaction to prevent the flow of nutrients grasses need.


Yard Cleanup

Yard cleaning services involve leaf removal, debris clean-up, trimming trees, weed maintenance, and/or removal and pruning shrubs and bushes.
In the Pacific Northwest, most plants grow rapidly and can quickly overtake the area they were designed to occupy. It is much easier to keep up with trimming and pruning these plants before they become overgrown and a nuisance.
And neglecting your yard clean up duties for too long can cause irreversible harm to your lawn and surrounding plants.
A regular maintenance plan will keep your lawn and garden healthy all year long.


Tree Services

Tree services include the cutting, removing and clean up of unwanted trees, but also thinning and pruning of existing tree. Knowing what and how to trim to promote a healthy tree is important.
Cutting down a tree is easy, removing the stump and the entire root system to ensure the tree does not come back allowing your other plants and grass to thrive.
Sometimes we are called on to clear land for an addition or deck or to be replanted and repurposed.
We can remove dead branches, and improve your tree's health. Your trees may be interfering with the way your hedges and shrubs are developing, so part of the trim may involve pruning to provide more light & water.


Hedge & Shrub Trimming

Trimming and pruning are different.

Shrub trimming is cutting off the tips of branches to clean up the overall appearance of a plant. This landscaping service involves using hedge trimmers to skim the tops and sides of shrubs so they have a tidy appearance.

Pruning removes branches that are dead, dying or diseased and makes room for new growth. Pruning helps improve plant health and can increase the longevity of plants, so you’re ultimately protecting your landscape investment.

Pruning uses hand pruners and make selective cuts at an angle, where branches meet. Pruning can also include thinning cuts to tame an overgrown shrub.


Irrigation Service & Repair

Irrigation systems are installed to help nurture and provide your landscaping with the water it needs to continue thriving all year round. Irrigation is a very important aspect of great landscaping.

Irrigation systems can be used for different purposes in a variety of environments. 

Typical types of irrigation systems we install and repair include:
Drip Irrigation - works to provide water directly to the plant roots through the irrigation line conserving water and saving both money and time.

Sprinkler Irrigation - can be used in a variety of environments. They supply water overhead from multiple head types and can be trained for little to no overlap covering your entire landscape area.

Both type of irrigation systems save time and money because you do not need to worry about over or under watering. Your irrigation system can be automated to run at peak watering times for the ideal amount of water required by your plants.


Retaining Walls

People install retaining walls for many reasons, which is why its important to maximize its durability with the right material.

One of the main purposes of a retaining wall is to hold back soil. Retaining walls make sloped areas functional. Retaining walls can also help provide safer access to a sloped area. A retaining wall makes it easier to walk since the area is flattened.

Retaining walls can improve drainage and prevent erosion, but they can also be used to hold back water and prevent erosion.

Retaining walls can be used for design purposes. You can add features to the retaining wall to make it a landscaping feature or add privacy. You can add lights and use beautiful stone, improving the overall look of any landscape.


Planting Bed Installation

Like a blank canvas, a new plant bed offers you the chance to get creative and fill it with whatever you can imagine. A plant bed gives you a place to plant bushes and colorful annuals and perennials that can fill your yard with beauty. And flowers, of course, are essential for butterflies and other pollinators, so creating more space for blooming plants will help roll out the welcome mat for these beneficial creatures. 
Plant beds can also be used as vegetable gardens to grow your own food.

The options are nearly endless, but first comes the location of the bed and then the actual building part. Being mindful of the type of plants you wish to place in your planting bed is also important. Some plants require full sun, others mostly shade. Most flowering annuals and perennials appreciate a loamy soil with plenty of compost added to it.

Other considerations include in-ground vs raised bed gardens.


Mulch Installation

If you’ve taken the time to create attractive flower beds, you’ll want to keep them healthy. Using flower bed mulch is one way to do this.

Mulch keeps weeds at bay and protects your plants’ roots. It also shields the soil, keeping it moist and preventing it from washing away. A fresh layer of mulch can also unify and enhance the beauty of your flower beds.

There are many types of flower bed mulch on the market, from shredded wood bark to rubber and cocoa bean hulls. Experts say one of the best mulches is compost, which is discarded waste from your yard and kitchen. Since compost is made of organic materials, it enriches the soil as it decomposes.


Fertilizer & Weed Control


Chemical Programs


Storm Cleanup