Landscaping Services & Tree/Shrub Planting

A great landscape makes a great impression. A well-planned and installed landscape not only enhances curb appeal, but also increases property value, can create privacy, control water runoff, hide utilities and other eyesores, reduce noise and much more. We ensure that trees and shrubs are planted in appropriate locations to accommodate size and growth and installed properly to reduce transplant stress. We provide post-planting care instructions and when properly maintained & planted during dormancy, guarantee our trees and shrubs for one year. Scheduled, on-site consultations start at $100 – cost is determined by the level of detail you want with your plan. Basic planting recommendations are complimentary if we can come by at our convenience.

Landscape Design & Maintenance Services

  • Landscape Design & Planning
  • Shrub & Tree Installation
  • Tree Care and Pruning
  • Fertilization

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Most people think of spring as the preferred planting season. Unfortunately, sometimes Nashville’s generous rainfall prevents us from getting into the site as it makes the soil too wet to plant. Also, in many years, we have a shortened spring season and jump right into the hot, dry summer — these conditions beginning too rapidly can injure newly-planted specimens.

For this reason, we recommend waiting until the Fall season for planting (trending in Nashville as late October through early February): Transpiration is low and root generation potential is high. The temperatures are typically moderate to cool, and are easier on the plants so there is less chance for the trees to be stressed by extreme heat. The fall moisture helps the trees and shrubs establish their root systems. When the air temperatures are cooler than the soil, new root growth is encouraged without new top growth. The result is a stronger, better developed root system for the next spring when the plant begins to grow. We also mulch with wood chips to help retain the soil’s required moisture.