How often should I schedule landscape maintenance services?
The frequency depends on whether you have grass and whether it’s irrigated or not. We offer two service plans, bi-weekly (24 visits per year) and weekly (40 visits per year April 1 st through November 1 st)
What maintenance is required for features like outdoor kitchens and fire pits?
Regular cleaning, occasional sealing, and winterization measures are recommended to maintain the longevity of outdoor features.
What is the first step in planning a landscape project with your company?
Our process usually begins with an on-site consultation to discuss your goals, preferences, and assess the unique aspects of your property.
Can you work within a specific budget for my landscape project?
Absolutely, we strive to tailor our services to fit your budget while ensuring a high-quality and visually appealing landscape.
What are the key considerations for landscaping in the rainy season in Washington?
Proper drainage, selecting plants that tolerate moist conditions, and strategic grading are essential for managing excess rainfall.
How do you address the challenges of landscaping in areas prone to deer in Washington?
We recommend deer-resistant plants and strategic fencing to protect landscaping in areas where deer are prevalent.
How do you address the challenges of moss and algae growth on hardscapes in Washington’s damp climate?
Proper maintenance practices, including regular cleaning and the use of moss-resistant materials, help manage moss and algae growth.
What’s the best approach to winterizing plants in Washington state?
Mulching around plants, protecting vulnerable plants from frost, and proper pruning can help prepare your landscape for winter.
Are landscape design consultations typically free?
We offer free initial consultations to discuss your ideas, assess your space, and provide an estimate. It’s a good opportunity to communicate your vision and ask questions.
What should I consider when planning a hardscape project?
Consider factors such as the purpose of the hardscape, material choices, drainage, and local regulations. Consulting with a landscape designer can help you make informed decisions for a successful project.