Bud, Branch & Blossom Landscape Services

Creating paradise in Mid-Michigan – one yard at a time.

Bud, Branch & Blossom is fully insured for your peace of mind and licensed by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

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“Thank you for the hard work you have done this season. The beds look great!”

Everett Farms Homeowners Association

From the Blog

2024 project update

January is a time when many of us pause to reflect on the previous year and look ahead to the one before us. It is also a time of year when we feel balanced between late fall work and the promise of a new spring. Here are some of our highlights from 2023. We share… Continue reading

Join us at the 2019 Lansing Home and Garden Show

From a polar vortex to the 51.5 inches of snow we’ve had, its been a long winter. Join us This week March 14-17th at the MSU pavilion for the Lansing home and garden show. Relax in the oasis we have worked on all winter to create and get your dose of an early spring. From… Continue reading

What’s involved when installing a patio?

A lot goes into creating a new patio and corners can easily be cut. It is important for homeowners to know what to look for while their patio is being constructed to be sure it can be enjoyed for years to come. Base prep The most important part of any patio is the base. just… Continue reading

Have you been a victim of BWL’s tree trimming?

We have been receiving a lot of call’s lately from customers concerned with BWL’s tree trimming practices. It is a shame our historic neighborhoods are being robbed of mature canopies, but we’re here to help! Last fall I went out to look at a backyard in East Lansing that recently had three gorgeous maples removed…. Continue reading

Why should I get a design made for my yard?

I am often asked about the benefits of getting a landscape design made. Many customers are excited to get started with their project, and feel the design will hinder the process. After all, you have the vision in your head and have conveyed it to us, so what’s the point? Landscapes always turn out better… Continue reading