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Landscaping Service Terminology
The following are some terms related to landscaping:

Annual: Annuals are certain plants that flower for just one season. Annuals need to be replanted each year.

Arbor: An arbor is a wooden or latticework structure commonly found in yards and gardens. These landscape structures can be used for shade, and they provide vines and other plants with a place to grow.

Biennial: Biennials are certain plants that last two years. They grow for the first year. The following year they produce seeds – and sometimes flowers and fruit – and then they die.

Deadheading: Deadheading is a horticulture technique. Dead or dying flowers are removed from a plant so that the plant can focus its energy on producing new flowers rather than sustaining the old ones.

Espalier: This is the process of shaping and pruning woody shrubs and trees into shapes and figures. These shapes and figures are set against a solid surface, such as a building. Adding wires is often necessary to obtain stability or elaborate designs.

Hardiness Zone: When selecting flowers, vegetables, and other vegetation for your lawn or garden, be sure to inspect that plant’s ideal hardiness zone. A plant’s hardiness zone is where in the U.S. and Canada it will thrive most. This is based on the average temperature and lowest wintertime temperature of a region.

Perennial: Perennials are certain plants that will flower each year.

Pruning: To prune is a horticulture process that involves clipping new growth from a tree or plant. This is done primarily to keep a tree or plant healthy and to keep flowering under control. Pruning can also be done to keep a tree or plant shaped a certain way.

Terracing: Terracing is a landscape design method that involves creating one or more different levels on a hill or otherwise sloped spot. Retaining walls will typically need to be built on the edges of each level to prevent soil erosion.
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Attractive landscaping can add to the enjoyment and resale value of a home or commercial building. If you are looking for a landscaping service, the following are a few questions you may want to consider asking before you hire a company.

  • Does the landscaper have a portfolio or references?
    If you are hiring a service to mow your lawn, you may want to talk to past customers to make sure the company is reliable and does good work. You will want to be sure the service will arrive to mow your lawn on time and will be careful not to damage items in your front or backyard. If you are hiring a service to design a garden, decorate paved outdoor space, or plan a yard improvement project, you will want to see samples of their past work.

  • How does the landscape designer plan their projects?
    If you want a low maintenance garden, you should hire a landscape architect with a good knowledge of local horticulture. A strong foundation in local horticulture will allow a designer to choose plants that will be well suited to local weather conditions and will require minimal pruning and irrigation to maintain. The landscape designer can also tell you about the types of fertilizer and mulch they use. A good fertilizer can really encourage plant growth, while a well chosen mulch can keep soil moist, prevent weed growth, and even extend the growing season.

  • Can the landscape service construct patios, gazebos, and other outdoor recreational spaces?
    If you would like a paved area, a deck, or a shelter to be incorporated into your landscape design, you will want to discuss this with your landscape designer. You may need to hire a separate contractor to build recreational areas, or your landscaping service may have the equipment needed to take on the project.