Weeding is by far the most common garden chore I perform. It can feel like a daunting task for busy homeowners, but with thorough and regular weeding, your prized ornamentals and veggies will once again take center stage in your flower beds. 


Ever notice how a plant that started so small grew and grew and grew? Occasional pruning at the correct time of year and with an appropriate aesthetic helps maintain the size and health of shrubs and perennials. 


A properly spread layer of mulch does so much for the garden – reduces weeds and watering needs, adds nutrients to the soil, and makes for an all around tidy appearance.


Definitely the most fun part of gardening is choosing and installing new plants! Let’s talk about which seasonal annuals, vegetable varieties, perennials, or small trees and shrubs may suit your garden’s environment, maintenance needs, and personal aesthetic.