Nelson Contracting Inc

Nelson Contracting Landscaping Wadsworth

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Before we start a project we follow a strict process to make the garden the best, let’s see how
we work.

We will meet with you at your garden site to discuss what you want from your garden. We will assess the site, and discuss with you how and by whom your garden will be used in order to get a clear picture of your needs. We will show you examples of our work and drawings to give you a better understanding of the scope of our work and the design process. We can also provide references and locations of some of our completed work sites you can visit and get a feel for our work.

After the consultation visit we will provide you a firm landscape design proposal for the design requirements of your garden and the services you would like us to provide. If you accept the design proposal we will move forward with the landscape design. orem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam velit augue, placerat a volutpat eu, scelerisque vitae risus. Aliquam vehicula mi vel rutrum consequat. Sed id tellus eros. Nullam nunc nisl, condimentum ac orci ac.

We will design your garden with a detailed and accurate scaled drawing that shows the location of all proposed site elements and materials plus existing features that are to remain. We will deliver to you a final to-scale landscape design plan and planting plan along with images to communicate look and feel of the plantings and hardscape. Nulla tristique odio diam, vitae porttitor ipsum faucibus sed.Duis consequat ipsum justo, in varius justo auctor ac.

Use a mulching mower and leave the clippings on the grass – that way there’s no need to dispose of them, and they’ll feed the lawn too. Even better is to replace out-of-the-way areas of lawn, of any size, with beautiful wildflower meadows that only need strimming occasionally. Opt for a native wildflower mix, suited to your local conditions. Keep the shape of borders and beds straight or gently curved. Raised beds clearly delineate.

If you have any questions, please go to the question section