Creating lush gardens, colorful overlays, and dense privacy hedges has been something we pride ourselves on since the beginning. We pay close attention to how plant material work within your environment so that all our garden designs end up with brilliant color as well as varying texture that changes and flows from season to season.
A great way to get great color in your gardens is the use of seasonal annuals. Each season our garden enhancement crew will come in and create beautiful displays and flowers. For example; spring may be bulbs, tulips, daffodils and pansies, summer; impatience, wax begonias, colius petunias, fall; mums, grasses hay bales, cornstalks and pumpkins, and winter; cabbages.
Once a perennial is successfully established in your garden, you don’t have to replant every year—as is the case with annuals. In fact, many perennials can be divided and planted in other areas of your garden or shared with family and friends. You can even plant perennial herbs such as chives, oregano, thyme and French tarragon to save money and have garden-fresh spices for cooking
Mulching protects your existing planting and helps retain moisture in the soil. Nothing finishes the look of a professionally manicured yard like mulch. Many varieties and colors of mulch are available to compliment your landscape and your home.
Pruning offers substantial benefits for all plantings in the form of healthier growth, and a well groomed appearance. Spring pruning removes winter dead wood and stimulates growth. Summer pruning creates order and facilitates inner fullness for shrubs and trees.
Flowers need tender-loving care to look their best over the course of the growing season. Unfortunately, today’s busy schedules can often reduce the time needed for the necessary chores such as weeding, edging and general garden grooming. By signing up for a Mystical Gardens maintenance program, you will ensure your investment will receive the nurturing needed to look its best.
Our hardscape services include stone patios, stone patios, paver patio, walkways, sitting walls, retaining walls, garden structures. In addition to providing visual interest and satisfying practical needs, hardscape materials protect landscape plantings. Retaining walls, for example, can help prevent erosion and porous paving material limits water runoff.