With spring whispering in the wind it’s time to think about the landscape again. Some years spring comes barreling in before we are ready and that may be this year if you can believe a rodent predicting spring is around the corner. If I had a wishing well what would I wish for? … Continue reading Spring into Maintenance For an Effortless Year
Spring and summer garden containers don’t have to stand like empty sentries all winter. Fill them with arrangements that last until the spring thaw. Cut evergreen boughs, dried grasses, seed and flower heads can bring beauty to a barren winter landscape. Home or office, add some seasonal magic with a unique solution to a drab … Continue reading Containers For Winter Beauty
It’s hard to believe it, but spring will be here before we know it! Wouldn’t it be great if you looked out your window and saw a perfect landscape with no leftover leaves or dead plant material and fresh mulch? We can make it happen. Sign up for our Annual Maintenance Plan Our annual maintenance … Continue reading Be Ready for Spring with Landscape Maintenance from Greenleaf
We posted this blog a couple of years ago and now here we are again making jokes but NOT about watering. Please read the following information carefully and give us a call if you’re worried about missing the boat. Enjoy and stay warm out there! Calling All Gardeners, Homeowners, & Tree Lovers!!! Unless you see … Continue reading Drought Alert!
Sarah and Nate Kelly contacted Greenleaf for help with their new homes front and back garden beds. One of the areas in question was transformed into a garden bed by the previous owner most likely because grass would not grow. The big question was how to make such a large space usable while also minimizing … Continue reading Kelly Adventure Playground – For the Kid in All of Us
This project recap gives you some quick insight into strategies and products used by Greenleaf Garden Services to provide soluble solutions to water related issues. Donna Nugent contacted us in 2015 regarding standing water in her yard near an existing neighborhood drainage channel and natural underground spring. The area in question was, once upon a … Continue reading Ez-Flow the Way to Go – a Drainage Project Recap