Ashland Greenscapes


ENHANCING THE HEALTH AND BEAUTY OF ASHLAND GARDENS

  • Offering:  ongoing, year-round care (weekly/monthly maintenance) and short-term seasonal projects (fall/spring clean-ups, spot mowing/fertilizing, etc.)                                                                                                                         
  • All phases of garden care — pruning, weeding, mulching, fertilization, composting, etc.
  • Shrub, tree, perennial, flower  and vegetable care
  • Methods: Site-specific and ecologically-sustainable gardening practices only are used.
  • Materials: Striving to use local and organic materials whenever possible.
  • Consultations are available!
  • $30/hour, with a $40 minimum per visit.
  • 22 years of gardening experience.
  • 541-621-5161

5 thoughts on “Ashland Greenscapes

  1. Hi Danny,
    My friend Wendy will be contacting you to work in her garden and possibly on-going maintenance when they leave for England in July.
    Thanks! Susan

  2. Daniel, thanks for the visit today with Lynne and me. I don’t see away to attach that list of plants to this message but if you email me back I should be able to do it in a reply. Thanks,
    John

  3. Hi Daniel,

    I’m looking for some ongoing garden maintenance. There is not much to do because the property is mostly driveway but there is the city land in front of the property that needs mowing every two weeks, weeding of garden beds which line the property around the edges, and blowing the leaves from the drive and parking lot at the back of the property. There would also be some planting and ground cover replacement (bark chips) every 6-12 months. We are currently traveling but will be back in Ashland on Thursday the 16th of May and could meet with you to show you the property. I am currently getting quotes. I believe there to be approx. 4 hours work (2 hours every two weeks). I left you a voicemail as well. Thanks, Maree Brady Cell: 628 200 1207.

    • Hey Maree,

      It’s nice to hear from you. I’d be happy to meet with you, walk around the property, and see whether it’s a fit. Would Wednesday, May 22nd, early afternoon work for a possible meeting time?

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