WHAT WE DO HERE:
We allow our garden waste to decompose on-site to become rich organic compost. We re-purpose the compost by mixing it with topsoil to create the ideal growing environment for new plants and lawns.
We have captured our on-site rainwater runoff in a retention pond for over 20 years. This helps recharge our aquifer and allows us to be a good neighbor by keeping all of our runoff on-site.
We utilize GPS tracking on our fleet for routing efficiencies, optimizing fuel consumption, and service scheduling.
Our landscape crews recycle all of the plastic pots that our plant materials are grown in by returning them back to the growers for reuse. In the office, we recycle all paper, plastic, ink cartridges & electronic products.
We relocated the historical early 1900s era Hicksville train station that was scheduled for demolition to our yard in Huntington and converted it into a unique storage facility.
WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU:
Our garden designs showcase native, drought tolerant, disease resistant and easy care plant species. We create landscapes that provide ecosystem services like food/shelter for wildlife species and encourage pollinators to visit.
We source plant and construction materials from local companies whenever possible. Native plants from local nurseries are better adapted to grow successfully in our northeastern climate.
We design & specify LED landscape lighting that creates a safe environment for clients while providing an energy saving option for a beautifully lit outdoor space.
We recommend and install irrigation systems that have meticulously controlled zones to maximize efficiency and reduce over-watering like drip irrigation. Rain sensors are highly recommended to give you peace of mind that you will not be wasting water.
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM)
We provide a holistic approach to pest and disease control for your entire property. Using a dynamic strategy of proper monitoring, acceptable pest levels, biological controls and mechanical controls ensures that the minimum amount of chemicals are used.