When your old landscape was installed, the plants were smaller; it looked great and was the right scale for your property or home. But now, years later, it has become over grown and the plants overpower the garden space or structure it once complimented. This is a common occurrence, but it doesn’t mean you can’t re-use some of the plants and shrubs.
In fact, when transplanted properly to a more ideal spot for growth and planting aesthetics, you would be surprised at how well those old plants will look incorporated with a redesign from Jennings Landscaping.
Take a hard look at those plants you paid good money for and stretch those landscape dollars by re-using key existing plants in a new restored landscape. As an added benefit, having established plant materials in and among newer younger plantings adds visual weight to the landscape design and can make the landscape look more established. You can trust in our professionalism to restore your yard from an over-grown mess to the beautiful sanctuary that you desire.
Whatever the existing conditions or locations, you can save money in a landscape renovation by rejuvenating some of those plants that still have life, by planting them in more ideal growing conditions, where their size and form are complimentary to the surrounding plants and your home. For quality landscape restoration services, call on the expert landscapers at Jennings Landscaping.
Our Landscape Restoration Experience includes
- Landscape restoration
- Landscaping installation
- Landscape designs
- Irrigation enhancement
- Irrigation installation
- Sprinkler relocation
- Landscaping contractor service
- Landscape enhancement
- Deck/Pergola restoration and repair
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- Spring Lawn Preparation - Get Your Lawn Ready to Shine For Summer
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