Our team of Gardeners will ensure your plants receive the proper attention before we even place them in the ground.
Start to Finish
The key to a successful garden starts from the moment plants are planted by our team of gardeners. We start by removing the unwanted plants and weeds from the area and assessing the soil health to identify requirements after we've planted. Following the placement of the material, the bed is mulched to help retain moisture. Depending on the season, we'll add amendments to help establish the garden, and then perform a deep watering.
To ensure success, we work closely with our clients to assess their ongoing needs and recommend the most effective watering schedule. Following installation, we offer a complimentary follow-up visit to ensure the garden is doing well and to provide any additional instructions.
Made in the Shade
We combined shade loving natives with garden favorites such as roses, azaleas, hydrangeas & cast-iron plant to honor the period of the home.
The client wanted to bring wildlife and a sense of place to the backyard, so we brought in prairie favorites to attract native birds and pollinators.
The Client added thier own personal touches with the Whale Tail.
Bed of Sages
We combined several native salvias for a range of height, color, and bloom time.
Grow with you
We combine our knowledge of Native Plants and gardening know-how to keep your landscape thriving season after season.
Preserving to Maintain
Our goal at Native Gardeners is to create a healthy ecosystem in your outdoor spaces. We do not use chemical pesticides or herbicides, nor do we use chemical fertilizers. As part of our integrated pest management program, we provide organic pest control solutions. Our recommendation is to avoid chemical solutions if you want to ensure a healthy ecology. First-time maintenance visits should take two hours or more. Through this process, our team will be able to understand the scope of your property and the best steps to maintain a noteworthy yard.
We only use electric-powered tools to minimize noise and exhaust pollution.
Just a trim
Pruning allows for new growth and protects your property and passerby from damage by removing dead and dying branches and stubs. The plant's natural shape and healthy growth are also promoted by it, as well as deterring pests and animals.
Off with their head
After a plant has been deadheaded, the second blooms typically last longer than the originals. That's because deadheading encourages the plant to strengthen itself rather than to produce seed.
To pull or not to pull
Your beds and lawn will be free of unwanted guests, and we'll identify any species harmful to you or your animals.