The Correct Way to Plant Shrubs

Whether we install shrubs for you, or you do it yourself, correct planting techniques help assure the health and beauty of your plants. Here's how we do it:
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Each shrub is installed into a hole that is twice the size of its root ball.
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Each plant is installed with rich top soil, Nature’s Helper (a water retainer), chicken manure, slow release fertilizer, and root stimulator. The fresh soil amendments and fertilizer will be packed in around the root ball. This allows the root systems to mature more rapidly and in a healthier condition.
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The plant is watered in, to stimulate root growth and establishment.
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New pine straw is spread around the base of the shrubs. The pine straw will give the planting bed a complete appearance as well as help to retain moisture at the root systems of the plant material during the hot and dry summer season, and insulation during the cold season.

If applicable, the irrigation system may need to be renovated to ensure proper amounts of water to the new plant material.

DISCLAIMER:  Private Landscape, Inc. is not responsible for unavoidable Natural occurrences (severe winters, droughts, insect infestations, storms, heavy rains that cause erosion, viruses) or actions of wildlife that result in loss of plant, seed, tree or turf material.  Damage due to accidents (children, pets, etc.) or vandalism are also not covered under warranty.  Warranty is voided on any plant, turf or tree material that is moved or transplanted.  All warranties are only valid if invoices have been paid according to the specified terms and the provided care and watering instructions have been accurately followed.