Our wonderful ongoing client wanted a refresh today. We started by clearing “Vinca Vine” out from under an Azalea bush that she planted. It’s the first spot you see in our video. Later after the bush finishes it’s bloom, we are going to round it up a bit and today we trimmed off some of its undergrowth. It’s a more tidy look and easier to clean under. Then we completed a serious weeding because we’ve had so much rain, the weeds have been growing like mad. We do both properties for both clients. But the other client works so we rarely meet up with her. The two neighbors are good friends and have a mutual understanding regarding yard upkeep and care, so it makes sense to do the two together.
Our client wanted the Rose bush dead-headed and while pruning during blooming phase, is not the best timing, the bush had way overgrown, since our late fall trim before the end of November. It bloomed until then. It’s a quite amazing bush. We like to see some balance with an open path between the two bushes, so we also trimmed the Azalea bush on the center side. Technically your bushes should not invade or overlap with each other.
We are, as of todays visit, going to go by on a more regular maintenance basis, to keep the area looking tidy and fresh.
”Contessa” says…. its all good. Our pleasure!