Garden Maintenance, Restoration and Design Services

Garden Maintenance & Garden Restoration

We have trained maintenance crews that will help you maintain all aspects of your garden. Garden maintenance services include pruning, fertilizing, spring and fall cleanups, and plant insect / disease control. Garden maintenance can be done weekly, monthly or as needed. Sometimes a landscape can become overgrown or dated in appearance. Leydon Landscaping will help you identify which plants should be saved, pruned, or transplanted. When working with you to restore your garden, existing plantings can be incorporated into a finished design.

Proper garden pruning techniques promote good plant health and enhances beauty of the landscape Proper pruning techniques promotes good plant health of the landscape and enhances the beauty.
Keep blooming perennials around pool landscaped pruned and deadheaded for continued blooms all season Pool landscapes consist of many blooming perennials and shrubs that need to be pruned or deadheaded to continue blooming through the season.
Spring and fall cleanup along with weeding and proper mulching help to ensure a successful garden Spring and fall cleanup along with weeding and proper mulching help to ensure a successful garden.
Aquatic and pond maintenance will ensure a healthy ecosystem for fish and plants to thrive Aquatic maintenance, with the proper knowledge, will ensure a healthy ecosystem for fish and plants to thrive no matter what size pond.
Keep border gardens sharp, clean and beautiful by maintaining the edging This well maintained border garden is enhanced by its long graceful edging.
A Garden Maintenance program includes proper fertilization and insect/disease control to ensure a successful landscape A Garden Maintenance program includes proper fertilization and insect/disease control to ensure a successful landscape.
Restoring a mature landscape can be achieved by reworking the existing plant material and incorporate new plantings Restoring a mature landscape can be achieved by reworking the existing plant material and incorporate new plantings.