Hire A Crew

Designing a landscape, clean-up, and maintenance is not for everyone.  Last week, friends of mine asked me to look at their backyard.  They were feeling frustrated and overwhelmed at their overgrown yard.  They had recently moved into their new home and didn't know where to begin to get it cleaned up and turned into a beautiful low maintenance garden.  Gardens can be low maintenance, but never no maintenance.  I suggested to them that they hire a crew for all the work that they did not want to do themselves or know how to do. 

The left photo is actually after the yard was cleaned up.  It's not pretty, but it's clean.  Photo on the right is from the same angle with new berms, pathways, plant material, and bye-bye rusty white shed.

The left photo is actually after the yard was cleaned up.  It's not pretty, but it's clean.  Photo on the right is from the same angle with new berms, pathways, plant material, and bye-bye rusty white shed.

A professional garden crew can do a ton of work in an 8 hour day.  Cleaning up a yard and getting it to a state of control and beauty is an expertise, like any other profession.  A garden crew comes with the right tools and know-how.  They prune overgrown vines, shape shrubs and trees correctly, add planting berms, plant material, compost, clean beds of weeds, lawn care, etc.  They are worth ever penny!  And, once you get your yard into a manageable state - voila, you have a fresh palette to play with and enjoy.  I highly recommend a garden crew at least once a year to keep the garden healthy and looking beautiful.  I think it is cost effective, because it saves you time, energy, and stress, and you'll enjoy your outdoor living so much more - hire a crew! 

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Love, Holly ~ Your Queen Bee at The White Pear