Since 1993, Decorating Bergen County's Landscapes.Bergen County's leading landscape designers work with property owners to create specific landscaping concepts to help enhance the beauty of yards.Our services include:Flower Beds Planting, Mulching, Seeding & Fertilizing Lawn Installation & Maintenance Land Clearing & Rubbish Removal Patios & Walkways Retaining Walls Timber & Stone Walls Concrete Services. Landscaping - New installations, upgrades, renovations, pruning, trimming, regular & dyed mulches,rubber mulch, wood chips & large tree planting.Lawn(s) - New installations, sod, maintenance, improvements, patch,seeding & fertilization. Fencing site Preparation - Residential, construction, commercial lot clearing The nine principles of proper Landscaping & Yard Maintenance. 1. Right plant, right place, Plants selected to suit a specific site will require minimal amounts of water, fertilizers and pesticides. 2. Water efficiently Irrigate only when your lawn needs water. Efficient watering is the key to a healthy yard and conservation of limited resources. 3. Fertilize appropriately Less is often best. Overuse of fertilizers can be hazardous to your yard and the environment. 4. Mulch Maintaining a 3-inch layer of mulch will help retain soil moisture, prevent erosion and suppress weeds.5. Attract wildlife Plants in your yard that provide food, water and shelter will attract necessary wildlife, that promotes a healthy yard6. Manage yard pests responsibly Unwise use of pesticides can harm people, pets, beneficial organisms and the environment.7RecycleGrass clippings and leaves provide nutrients to the soil and reduce waste disposal when reused on the landscape. 8. Reduce storm water runoff Water running off your landscape can carry pollutants such as soil, debris, fertilizer, gasoline and pesticides that can adversely impact water quality. Reduction of this runoff will help prevent non point-source pollution.9. Protect the waterfront property, whether on a river, stream or pond, is very fragile and should be carefully protected to maintain freshwater and marine ecosystems.