Contracts and agreements for installation can be made with or without extensive design plans. Design drawings are necessary for larger spaces or when there is a complete garden or landscape renovation; especially for garden spaces with hardscaping.
If the project calls for garden rejuvenation, plants can be installed and removed as necessary to make improvements to an existing garden space with or without drawings. Either way, construction always begins with removal of unwanted material both living and inert to make way for new plants.
The site for a new garden must be prepared before new plants are installed. Garden InSites’ first choice is to use eco-friendly methods.
Techniques used to remove existing and unwanted plant materials: hand pulling unwanted weeds, cutting back larger plants, digging with minimal ground disturbance to prevent weed-seed emergence, and lastly, spot treating deep-rooted plants with herbicide when necessary.