We are happy to have this opportunity to tell you about our passion for creating and maintaining beautiful landscapes, our mission to provide excellent service, our goal to do our work with integrity and respect for our clients, enhancing every property we visit.
After you have spent some time here, please give us a call or send us an email and let us get started meeting your landscaping needs.
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Whether your landscape is simple or elaborate, maintenance is the key to beauty.
Are you thinking about PLANTING VEGGIES?
Here are a few links to help:
ALL NATURAL: From Tucson Organic Gardeners
"Planting Schedule for Tucson" A page of planting dates for the year. http://www.tucsonorganicgardeners.org/ Assets/VegetablePlantingGuide.pdf
PREFER THE EDUCATED APPROACH?
From U of A Cooperative Extension:
Ten Steps to a Successful Vegetable Garden
R U a TECHIE?
From the web: A free garden planning system that tells you what to plant AND sends you seeds:
Vertical Vegetable Gardening, by Chris McLaughlin:
Discover the many benefits of growing up instead of out. Available on Amazon.
We established Jim's Landscape service in January of 1996 as a way of turning our passion into our livelihood. With just six accounts, we began offering the same kind of property care we loved to do at our own home.
Our business grew as satisfied customers referred us to family, friends, and neighbors. Steadily, we mastered skills, acquired equipment, and hired staff, while building relationships with clients and vendors.
Today, we provide residential & commercial landscape maintenance, irrigation, & landscape lighting services to homeowners, property mangers, realtors, & part-time residents.
We work hard to develop lasting relationships with our clients through responsive communication, quality service, fair pricing and attention to detail.
This morning greeted me with newness. Springness. May. The month when flowers take the leading role in our garden. And the sky’s expansive canvas fills with color. And the air’s soft presence thrills with scent. As the calendar turns to May 1st, people all over the northern hemisphere celebrate the awakening of Spring’s fresh start. And for me — thisRead mor […]
Our daughter has a 12 x 12 area where we have been growing veggies. The first year, it did great. We grew about 50 spaghetti squash, some zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, flowers and herbs. The second year was disappointing. We were plagued by poor, clay-filled soil and invasive grass. I knew we needed to fix the soil in order to achieveRead more... […]
Many plants in Tucson and surrounding areas suffered damage from below freezing temps, recently. We recommend patience when dealing with the aftermath, but in some cases there is no doubt about what to do. Below is a severely damaged impatiens plant that was happily growing and blooming in a pot on our patio. In it’s shady spot on the northRead more... […]