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 Service Call Monthly Maintenance Contracts

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Service Call Monthly Maintenance Contracts

Description: Our monthly fine gardening maintenance service is designed for customers that desire regular attention to their garden throughout the entire season. Service Call services bring out the best in your garden during every season. Our devoted staff is attentive to the small details that keep your plants healthy and thriving. Gardenalia’s service call services include pruning, deadheading, and managing the transition from season to season.

Service Calls also gives us the chance to check in on your garden. This allows us to monitor the well-being of your plants and implement proactive solutions. You won’t have to worry about insect damage or water and soil issues with regular visits from our watchful gardeners.

Gardenalia offers convenient service plans and scheduling options to accommodate your lifestyle and degree of interest in learning about your garden.

Typically Scheduled:

Full Season (March through December)

Pruning: Pruning supports healthy growth patterns, enhances natural beauty of the the plant and removes dead wood. Proper pruning each month during the season allows your plants to maintain good health in addition to helping them achieve their full aesthetic beauty

Fertilizing: See Garden Amendments: March through June and August through October. (There is an additional charge for materials used)

Deadheading:  Removing spent flower heads encourages new blooms or neatens the appearance of plants

Plant Inspection: Monitoring the overall health of plants, including disease and pest identification

Staking: Providing additional support for perennials will ensure they have the desired height when blooming

Early Season Trim: Encourage stronger stalks on meadow grasses and taller perennials with an early season trim

End of Season Cut Back: September for some plants, October for others

Plant loss: If a plant dies that is under warranty it will be noted to be replaced. See warranty for replacement details and timing.

Soil Moisture Inspection: A soil condition inspection ensures plants are not being over or under watered is done every time we are on the property

Irrigation Inspection: Monitor irrigation system (if present), make necessary adjustments and repairs Irrigation

Winterization: See Irrigation: There is an additional equipment fee added

 

Pruning

Pruning correctly encourages healthy growth and flowering. For most shrubs and trees, it helps to prune at the right time.

 
 
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  Pruning Oak: Mid-November to Mid-March
 Winter is the ideal time to schedule pruning for many tree species

Dormant pruning has many positive characteristics. Winter is the ideal time to schedule pruning for many tree species. Removal of dead or diseased wood can greatly reduce the risk of falling branches this time of year. Plus, pruning during winter will improve the overall health and appearance of your trees and get them in shape for spring, and fresh pruning cuts and bruises typically heal faster during dormant season.

 

 

Fine Gardening & Maintenance

 
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Organic Lawn Care

Gardenalia’s Organic Lawn Care services assists in establishing and caring for a garden lawn using organic horticulture, without the use of chemical inputs such as pesticides or artificial fertilisers

A Tender Hand

Fine Gardening services bring out the best in your garden during every season. Our loyal staff is attentive to the small details that keep your plants healthy and thriving. Gardenalia’s fine gardening services include pruning, deadheading, managing the transition from season to season, and coaching to help you better tend your gardens.

A Flourishing Garden

Regular maintenance, particularly in the change of seasons, stimulates growth and helps your garden flourish. Clearing away old material is the best way to welcome new buds. Ushering in new seasons will help your garden to adapt to changing conditions.

Fine Gardening also gives us the chance to check in on your garden, allowing us to monitor the well-being of your plants and implement proactive solutions. You won’t have to worry about insect damage or water and soil issues with regular visits from our knowledgeable gardeners.

Gardenalia offers service plans and scheduling options to accommodate your lifestyle and degree of interest in learning about your garden.

Monthly Fine Gardening Maintenance

Description: Our monthly fine gardening maintenance service is designed for customers that desire regular attention to their garden throughout the entire season. Fine gardening services bring out the best in your garden during every season. Our devoted staff is attentive to the small details that keep your plants healthy and thriving. Gardenalia’s fine gardening services include pruning, deadheading, and managing the transition from season to season.

Fine gardening also gives us the chance to check in on your garden. This allows us to monitor the well-being of your plants and implement proactive solutions. You won’t have to worry about insect damage or water and soil issues with regular visits from our watchful gardeners.

Gardenalia offers convenient service plans and scheduling options to accommodate your lifestyle and degree of interest in learning about your garden.

Spring Maintenance

Wake up your garden! We remove the last remaining leaves of fall, cut back dead perennial material, and prepare your garden for all the new material to start growing.

Fall Maintenance

Take cover for the winter. We cover up your garden, add mulch, clean the area, remove annual material, and dead-head as needed.

 
 

Seasonal Services

 
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 Seasonal Clean-up services

Seasonal Clean Up

Description: For customers that do not require monthly attention to their property, our seasonal
clean up services are a great choice. We recommend two or more pre scheduled visits per season
(spring and fall). A seasonal clean up is a great way to get your yard ready for spring, in addition
to preparing it for the winter. Some customers may also choose a mid season cleanup to keep
things looking great during the summer months.

Recommended:

Spring (March & April)
Fall (October, November, December)

Leaf Removal: Clearing garden beds and all hard surfaces of dead leaves

Weeding: Identifying desirable plants and removing unwanted plants

Plant Replacement: Plants that did not survive the winter or have been damaged may be replaced with quality plants from our trusted nurseries

Perennial Care: Various perennials will need different types of care

Soil Moisture Inspection: A soil condition inspection ensures plants are not being over or under watered

Plant Inspection: Monitoring the overall health of plants, including disease and pest identification

Pruning: Pruning supports healthy growth patterns, enhances natural beauty of the the plant and removes dead wood.

 Mulched Garden Bed

Mulch & Compost

Protect, beautify and sustain your garden beds with our all natural mulch products. Must be done after a seasonal clean up. Gardenalia does not recommend using dyed, rock or synthetic mulches.

Recommended:

Spring (March & April)
Fall (October, November)

Leaf Mulch Organic mulch created from tree leaves

Natural Double Shredded Mulch: Natural mulch helps to control weeds and soil moisture while adding nutrients and organic matter. Mulch insulates plant roots and regulates soil temperatures in the summer and winter. April/May and October/November are the best times to mulch in established gardens

Organic Compost Our organic compost reintroduces organic matter with nutrients, minerals and beneficial microorganisms back into your planting and vegetable beds

Edge Garden Beds: When necessary making a clean garden edge helps to maintain a crisp and clean aesthetic

Certified Organic Paper Mulch Barrier: New this season. This is the product that organic farmers use as a weed prevention barrier. Similar to newspaper and cardboard, “paper mulch” is placed below mulch in garden beds at the beginning of the season. It allows nutrients and water to pass through, while slowing breaking down during the course of the year. Apply once per season.

 

Garden Amendments

Gardenalia uses quality organic garden amendments that allow your plants to thrive all season long.

 
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Recommended (varies by product):

Spring (March through May)
Fall (October)

Soil Testing Soil testing ensures the right type and amount of amendment is used

Corn Gluten 100% Natural Pre-emergent made from corn that is applied in spring

Holly Tone Formulated for acid-loving plants: Hollies, Azaleas, Dogwoods, Evergreens, and Rhododendrons. The organics in Holly Tone breakdown gradually providing a safe, long lasting food reservoir activated throughout the growing season

Rose Tone A premium rose food designed to supply the necessary nutrients for growing prize winning roses. The organics in Rose-tone breakdown gradually providing a safe, long lasting food reservoir activated throughout the growing season

Plant Tone All natural plant food made from the finest quality organics obtainable. Plant- tone's natural organics breakdown gradually, providing a safe, long lasting food reservoir activated throughout the growing season

Organic Compost Our organic compost reintroduces organic matter with nutrients, minerals and beneficial microorganisms back into your planting and vegetable beds

Compost Tea Compost tea is great, because it is a very mild, organic liquid fertilizer that provides beneficial live organisms that improve the soil where you use it. It doesn’t burn plants like store bought fertilizers can.