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. Our customer was frustrated that he now had a direct view to his neighbors living room, along with no blockage from the sun on his patio. I drew up a design, thinking of ways to re-enclose the space, all while keeping his budget in mind. I also wanted to be sure the trees we planted would not cause future problems with the power-lines. The Con-color fir, Hemlock, and White spruce we chose will grow to create a wall against the fence. The nice thing about these trees is that they are upright, and require minimal selective pruning. This spring we will be planting hydrangeas, perennials, and ground-cover to add summer color.
If you can relate to this feeling of frustration we would love to hear from you. Feel free to send a message on our website, or contact us directly at 517-515-1723. Thanks for reading our blog!
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 if a plan is made. In addition to taking the exact size of the area into account to make sure we don’t over/under plant, a design allows us to come up with other ideas you may not have thought of. Our clients are often surprised at what that process can reveal.
During our presentation, we provide pictures and samples of the materials and plants used. This will help you understand the themes and textures we have incorporated. Need to take it a step further? With the digital tools available today, we are even able to create a 3-D design! You’ll be able to fly through your future yard and see first hand how the heights and textures compliment your home’s architecture and color.
Late winter/early spring is a great time for you to get on our design schedule. This ensures enough time for us to put adequate thought into your project before the planting season begins in spring.
Here’s to warmer days,