Have You Ever Walked Through A Site Two Years After Development And Wonder What Happened To The Landscape? Unfortunately Some Very Expensive New Landscape Installations Don’t Ever Look Better Then The Day It Is Installed.
It’s that slow decline of health and quality that makes the new landscape look sparse and beaten. The consequences are reduced visual impact, increased challenges for the management and the eventual replacement costs.
A horticultural review of the landscape plans is not a critique of the landscape architects design. The review is focused on the specific growing requirements of each plant species in respect to the soil site conditions, light requirements, cold tolerance, anticipated future maintenance issues, etc. These are the details that allow a new landscape to grow to its’ fullest potential while saving you serious money.
The cost of a review is minuscule compared to the cost of lost curb appeal and the lost management time in trying to overcome the resulting issues. All this plus the cost of plant replacements.
“Master Horticulture Consulting” Has The Living Proof Of The Effectiveness Of This Program. Ask Me.
“PROTECTING YOUR LIVING ASSETS IN THE BEGINNING WILL REDUCE OPERATING COST AND INCREASE ASSET VALUE”