Tree & Shrub Fertilization

Just like their flowery counterparts, trees need nutrients too. Shrubs fall into this same category, as large plant material is not exempt from the internal chemical processes that stimulate growth and keep the plant healthy. For this to happen the way it is supposed to, nutrients are required. While these can generally be acquired through natural means for most of the year, giving your trees and shrubs a boost on an annual basis can go a long way. It can add nutrients to storage for hard times, and help roots grow deeper into the soil. More nutrients is never a bad thing, and your large plant material is sure to thank you.

The crews are extremely professional, dependable, and knowledgeable when on the multifamily properties with Steve, the Operations Manager, who oversees all projects, getting them completed on time and within budget constraints. He is always quick to make recommendations and direction to any problems or issues that occur. Steve takes the time to make you aware of the situation and explain the proper steps that it will take to resolve.



David Foos
Redwood Construction

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When we take a trip out to your property, our consultation will consist of a thorough inspection of the property. This helps us create a bespoke plan that will speak to the property goals we discuss.

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Once you let Priority Landscape take over your landscape management, watch as the revenue flows in. Now, your landscape is an asset rather than a liability. Curb appeal is sky high, and clients flock in for the beauty.
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