Please feel free to phone and discuss what the quote will be for your particular project. When you look at the yards of various homes the most common fault is over planting. By planning ahead this can be reduced by avoiding unnecessary purchases and costly removals at a future date.
Minimum landscaping design is one of our specialties. We can promise an extremely attractive yard with minimum upkeep.
Before any design work is done we always sit down and discuss the homeowner likes and dislikes and activities they will want to do in their yard.
No, we are the first to point out that Rome wasn't t built in a day but we can go about building a lovely yard in logical, practical stages by having a design.
Our designs include plant materials that extend the season dramatically, if not year round.
Winter Interest may be designed into the landscaping by selecting plants that have evergreen foliage (i.e. Spruce, Junipers), foliage that holds well in snow (i.e. Ornamental Grasses), attractive bark colour (i.e. Amur Cherry Tree, Dogwoods), fruits that attracts birds (Crabapple, Cranberries), and/or plants that are attractive with hoarfrost (Laurel Leaf Willow, Goldmound Spirea)
Yes, all our training and experience has been in this exact climatic zone.
Plant Hardiness Zones are determined by numerous factors such as frost-free days, snow depth & wind (to name a few). Due to climate change and improvement in climate measuring techniques Natural Resources Canada has remapped these zones. Red Deer and majority of surrounding area who have previously been mapped as Zone 3a or 3b have been adjusted. Red Deer has been remapped from a Plant Hardiness Zone 3b to 4a.
Year round, but winter and early spring we have more time to devote to designing and consultation.
Yes, most definitely. Our design and specs are written up so that the home owner or a qualified contractor will be able to follow the plan.