Planting

All plant material in your landscape begins with proper planting, creating and maintaining an attractive, functional, and environmentally healthy landscape.  It supports the plant growth, increases property value, and establishes a sustainable outdoor space.  Proper planting will achieve the following:

1.  Healthy Plant Growth:  Proper planting ensures that plants have the right environment to thrive.  This includes depth, spacing, and soil preparations, resulting in healthy roots and overall plant growth.

2.  Plant Longevity:  Plants that are planted correctly are more likely to live longer.  Established plants with good roots can withstand stresses and adjust to climate changes.

3.  Aesthetic Appeal:  A landscape with properly placed and spaced plants will contribute to the visual appeal of the landscape.  Properly designing the landscape will enhance the beauty of your outdoor space.

4.  Environmental:  Planted landscapes will produce a healthier environment.  Trees, shrubs, and flowers provide shade, support wildlife, and reduces air pollution.  

5.  Property Value:  Property value can be significantly increased with a well-landscaped property with trees, shrubs, and flowers.  It creates curb appeal and makes the space more attractive.

6.  Erosion:  Planting the right landscape will help prevent soil from eroding on  sloping terrain.  The root system of established plants are very important in maintaining slopes and hills.

7.  Water Needs:  Proper planting includes grouping plants together with similar water needs.  This provides water efficiency by avoiding various needs within a small space.

8.  Invasive Species Control:  Planting a landscape properly will help push out unwanted species of plants.  Oftentimes, invasive species can creep into your landscape through neglect or incorrect landscaping techniques.  

 

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