Thank you once again for your continued support and patronage. We sincerely appreciate all of the supplemental work being contracted. Once again, do your part to provide opportunities and optimism for our Country and economy.
I hope that everyone has a great Thanksgiving. Now it is time to ensure that all landscaping is pruned and ready for the Holidays and New Years celebrations.
Once again, the winter rye lawns are finally installed. The second and ongoing cuts will occur this month. In addition, an all purpose fertilizer will be applied each month through April 2014 to maintain the health and vibrancy of the rye. Enjoy the cooler weather.
Our November supply special is granite.
10 Tons Granite
* ½” Madison Gold front yard only, additional quantities subject to retail pricing.
Do you have a landscaping review topic? Please call or email John to discuss and review. We will add the topic to the web site and post the results of addressing or improving the subject.
Desert Museum Hybrid Palo Verde
This is a great shade tree, an excellent specimen, can take full sun and is low maintenance once established. This tree is highly desirable due to rapid growth, thorn less, has a strong upright branch structure, dramatic yellow flowers that are seasonal and retains insignificant
When grown in containers, most trees and shrubs as well as cacti and succulents can be planted year-round in arid climates. However, succulent plants are dug and delivered bare root, the warm season is the best planting time, preferably mid-spring rather than fall.
Watering in the beginning is critical to all newly planted species. The first four to six weeks may require daily irrigation. Do not over-water. The root ball of all shrubs, trees and succulents need moisture to develop and encourage new root growth. After (4) four to (6) six weeks, the irrigation schedule may be modified to an every-other or every-third or fourth day program. You must visually inspect the newly transplanted specimen. Nothing will replace a visual review followed by an adjustment to the bubbler, emitter or automated timer schedule.
Please call with any questions on irrigation times and frequency for most native trees, shrubs and succulents.
As Always! In November 2013, review the installation of new rock, granite, trees and shrubs. These ideas are the most cost effective ways to achieve that makeover look.
Contact us at 602.435.0812 to discuss optional services and to establish your no obligation appointment.
A multitude of landscape upgrade options are always available. Once again, now is the perfect time of year to review the following:
It’s Time to Trim Trees
Call for a free estimate. Now is a perfect time to remove branches from roof locations. Thin those Mesquites and Palo Verde trees that have become an irritation.
Call and Schedule that Clean-Up
It is time for that clean-up. Even if you retain ongoing maintenance, this is the perfect time to contract optional services. De-thatching, new borders, low voltage lighting, a new shut-off valve are some examples of deferred optional services. Please call to schedule your Clean-up today. We will provide an estimate and deliver landscape changing service with half and full day options.
Granite or Rock
Topping of your existing granite or rock for the front, side and backyard is the least expensive way to immediately improve the appeal of your property. Friends and Neighbors will comment on the renovated look and feel. Call today for an estimate with River Rock and Wash options.
We maintain an associate vendor listing for your review. Please contact any vendor for information or proprietary service. Each vendor is appropriately licensed and retains impeccable integrity.
Thank you for your continued patronage. John F. Metz
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