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PO Box 636, Jamesville, NY 13078
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Valley, Syracuse, NY Red House Project

Landscape Front of House Using an Artistic, Rustic Style

  • Remove weeds and existing landscape fabric
  • Transplant half dozen existing plants to new location
  • Till, amend, and grade soil
  • Plant 50+ perennials
  • Install landscape fabric and stone border
  • Lay down stone mulch
  • Challenge: landscape on a hill, incorporate select existing plants, limited space

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Onondaga, NY Raised Garden Bed Project

Construct Two 4'x10' Douglas Fir Raised Garden Beds

  • Layout placement of garden beds
  • Rototill ground and remove large rocks
  • Grade and level soil
  • Dig 6 holes for 4"x4" posts per each bed, approximately 18" deep
  • Cut timber to size and pre-construct sides
  • Place sides into holes and level
  • Assemble all sides
  • Back fill soil into post holes
  • Install weed barrier fabric
  • Fill raised garden bed with compost, topsoil, and peat moss blend
  • Apply mulch to rectangular walking area surrounding beds
  • Challenge: sloped terrain in two directions, beds don't slope with terrain but remain level with its highest point

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Outer Comstock, Syracuse, NY Timber Retaining Wall Project

Construct Timber Retaining Wall and Re-Conconstruct Small Rock Retaining Wall

  • Demolish existing retaining wall, excavate buried timbers, and remove debris
  • De-construct existing stone boulder wall
  • Excavate soil
  • Rototill ground and remove large rocks
  • Grade and level soil
  • Dig 6 holes for 4"x4" posts per each bed, approximately 18" deep
  • Cut timber to size and pre-construct sides
  • Place sides into holes and level
  • Assemble all sides
  • Back fill soil into post holes
  • Install weed barrier fabric
  • Fill raised garden bed with compost, topsoil, and peat moss blend
  • Apply mulch to rectangular walking area surrounding beds
  • Challenge: sloped terrain in two directions, beds don't slope with terrain but remain level with its highest point

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Phoenix, NY Mulching and Edging Project

Mulch Existing Landscaping Beds

  • Edge border along lawn and landscaping approx. 400 linear ft
  • Apply 9 cu yds of mulch to landscaped areas approx. 2400 sq ft
  • Create three tree ring beds  

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Outer Comstock, Syracuse, NY Natives Landscaping Project

Landscape Front of House

  • Edge continuous landscape border with bed definer
  • Create garden beds by removing sections of sod contained by new edge
  • Till, amend, and level soil
  • Plant 14 perrenials
  • Install landscape fabric and top dress with red ochre mulch
  • Challenge: include in landscaping existing peony, hostas, and shrubs

Before and After Photos

Native Plant Selection

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Manlius, NY Spring Cleanup and Mulching Project

Cleanup and Mulch Existing Garden Bed

  • Weed and remove leaves, twigs, and branches from garden beds and lawn
  • Edge border along lawn and garden beds, approx. 300'
  • Apply mulch to garden beds approx. 1000' sq ft, 7.5 cu yds 

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Liverpool, NY Landscaping Update Project

Plant New Perennials

  • Remove overgrown perennials and flowering bulbs in several front garden beds
  • Remove existing landscape fabric 
  • Break up soil, mix in old mulch, and till into soil about 6" deep
  • Rake level soil
  • Plant 15 new perennials
  • Install new landscape fabric
  • Finish off with black shredded mulch

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Install New Lawn

  • Remove timber edging, landscape fabric, and all existing overgrown plants
  • Rototill area, mixing mulch into soil approximately 6" deep
  • Rake level soil and remove top debris
  • Water soil and let set
  • Spread approx. 30lbs of seed and 1lb of fertilizer
  • Remove all debris to curb or off-site compost

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Liverpool, NY Landscaping Update Project II

Plant New Perennials

  • Remove overgrown perennials in front landscaping
  • Remove existing landscape fabric 
  • Break up soil, mix in old mulch, and hand till into soil about 3-4" deep
  • Rake level soil
  • Plant 8 new perennials, transplant 2 existing plants
  • Install new landscape fabric
  • Finish off with black shredded mulch

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Northside, Syracuse, NY Gardening Cleanup Project

Clean Out Existing Garden Beds

  • Remove weeds from stone beds located in the front of the house, around pool, and adjacent to the garage
  • Reposition and level out red stones
  • Remove landscape fabric and plastic edging in specified areas along garage, apply topsoil and spread Upstate NY sunny grass mix
  • Mulch specified garden areas along house with red ochre pine bark

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