We build pollinator, butterfly & wildflower gardens from design through to maintenance. Our eco-landscaping services include Consultation, Garden Design, Procurement, Installation & Maintenance.
Consultation ~ Invite us for a one hour consultation. During that time we can learn about your dreams for your property. We will then assess the condition of the soil and the location in relation to sunlight exposure. Depending on whether you are seeking mentorship or the actual creation of a garden, we can provide recommendations that suit your vision. Garden Design ~ Based on the information gathered during your consultation, we can prepare a custom design for your garden. By incorporating native and perennial plants, your garden can attract beneficial bees, butterflies and birds to help keep our ecosystem healthy. The design will recommend specific plants, flowers, and shrubs, and outline their optimal locations. The plan will address soil remediation if required. The cost for the design, which includes the initial consultation, is dependent on the size, style and type of your garden.
Procurement & Installation ~ Once the garden design and plant selection have been finalized, Three Sisters orders and delivers plants and soil materials from local nurseries. We set up a time and date that is convenient for you to begin the garden installation. The type, size and style of your garden will influence the time needed for installation, with large gardens taking up to one week to complete. Upon completion, we provide maintenance guidelines and recommendations.
Spring Cleanup: After a long, cold season, your garden is ready to emerge and flourish. Let us help you clean up and prepare for the warmer weather. Our Spring Cleanups may include clean up and removal of leaves and plant debris; trimming perennials; pruning shrubs; and edging beds and mulching as needed.
Regular Maintenance: Let us help your garden flourish! Our regular maintenance services may include weeding garden beds; staking, deadheading and trimming perennials and annuals; pruning shrubs; monitoring plant-health; and watering.
Fall Cleanup: As the end of the gardening season approaches, it's important to properly prepare your garden for the winter weather ahead. Proper preparation will support your garden’s plants and microorganisms in their preparation for dormancy. Fall cleanups may include clean up and removal of plant debris and leaves; removal of annual plants; trimming perennials; and mulching and amending beds as needed.