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Softscaping Services for your Gardens and Landscapes


With my appreciation and knowledge for a variety of flora and fauna, I can aid in maintaining the plants and living spaces that enhance your outdoor experiences. From garden redesign, general and seasonal maintenance and even upkeep while you're away, my softscaping expertise can diversify your gardens and landscapes and heighten your outdoor ventures for years to come. 

Going on vacation and need garden maintenance and upkeep? Want gardens in your landscape but don’t have the time, or know-how? Would you like to convert an existing garden space to fit your aesthetic pleasures? Call, text, or email for a free consultation.

(218) 830-1856

I am able to provide softscaping services that include and are not limited to; Ornamental and annual fruit and vine pruning, scheduled watering, weeding, soil amending and fertilizing, mulching, planting, garden design and redesign. 


Pollination Services for your Property in 2023!!


Pollination is incredibly important to have healthy plants and good yields from fruit and vegetable plants. I can help you identify which pollinators you have around your property, what can be improved to help your already present populations thrive. If you are looking to add additional pollinators to your property, I can help you asses what options are right for your space. Call, text or email for a free consultation!

Honeybee Pollination Services and Contracts


I offer beekeeping skills along with healthy bees, a proper honeybee hive, and workable advice on the best location and protection for an apiary site on your property. Seasonal contracts begin April 15th through Oct 31st, with the possibility of overwintering additions if requested. Property owners must have proper protection for each hive including electric fencing.

Leaf Cutter and Masonbee Pollination


Leaf Cutter and Mason bees are semi stingless bees that pollinate many native flora, annual flowers and vegetables. These varieties of bees can offer increased pollination without the cautions used for honeybees.


If you are interested in learning more about native bees and their benefits, I offer education on several species and what elements are necessary to create attractive habitat for each. 






*This year's third annual Pollinator Week Celebration on the farm will be held June21st 2023!!

And don’t forget our Annual Plant Sale May 27th, and June 3rd 2023!

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