What nature does not provide, we make up for.
The natural habitat for plants is the open space, but here too we cannot leave everything to nature. To keep an outdoor green space or garden beautiful all four seasons of the year, we need to keep it tended and cared for. A well-kept, well-maintained green space gives a sense of elegance and exclusivity. To create and maintain such an area, you need special expertise - and as well as caring for indoor plants, we are also experts in maintaining outdoor green spaces.
- Outdoor plant care, lawn maintenance (watering, mowing, weeding)
We are committed to creating a well-kept and sustainable green environment. Our qualified gardeners take care of green spaces, plants and lawns. From watering and mowing to weeding, our staff work to an annual maintenance schedule.
- Planting ornamental plants, flowers and trees
When planting and transplanting outdoor plants, the soil and rainfall conditions on site must be taken into account. Our experts take care to ensure that the species are in harmony with each other, both in terms of habit and colour. Plants change colour with the seasons, so by choosing and combining the right trees, shrubs and other plant species, we can ensure that the outdoor green spaces we care for are colourful at all times of the year. Before planting, it is advisable to consult our experts in plant care, who will assess the needs of our potential clients, in addition to the specificities of the site.
- Installation, operation and maintenance of irrigation systems
The installation of an irrigation system is a well-defined step-by-step process, where a plan is drawn up based on the previously surveyed area and the water source that can be used for irrigation. From digging the trenches, laying the pipelines to installing the automatic control system, our team is constantly on hand to provide a complete and high quality service. In order to ensure that the warranty period of your irrigation system expires as soon as possible, it is advisable to entrust its operation to expert hands. Irrigation system failures can be avoided by regular seasonal maintenance, which is recommended twice a year. One should be scheduled in late autumn, before the winter frosts arrive, when irrigation systems should be drained. The other seasonal maintenance should be scheduled in the spring, before the irrigation system is put into operation. However, irrigation systems may also have ad-hoc problems - nozzle damage, inadequate water pressure, malfunctioning automatics, etc. - when it is advisable to seek the help of our specialists.
- Implementation of anti-frost measures, dewatering of irrigation systems
In the event of a frost hazard, the irrigation system network must be completely drained, failure to do so may lead to irrigation system failure. During the winter months, cold, storms and heavy snowfall can also endanger plants, so one of the main tasks of our colleagues during this period is to professionally remove broken and damaged branches and care for wounds, so that our plants can once again adorn our gardens in good health from spring.
- Park maintenance and care
Man-made parks are living ecosystems that need regular maintenance work throughout the year, according to the seasons, to maintain and develop them. The maintenance of lawns, pruning of ornamental trees and shrubs, weeding of beds and solitaire, replenishment of nutrients, watering, plant replenishment and de-frosting are all part of our tasks.
- Removing grass and weed from concrete and paving slabs
Sooner or later, weeds will appear next to concrete and paving slabs and between the joints. To maintain an aesthetically pleasing environment, these areas should also be weeded from time to time, using environmentally friendly weed killers and manually applied garden tools.
- Lawn mowing, weeding
In order to keep your lawn green and aesthetically pleasing in the long term, it is worth mowing every 4-10 days, and continuous mowing will help to achieve a denser lawn. A continuously mown lawn should be aerated several times in spring and autumn. In order to keep the lawn healthy for a long time, it needs constant watering and occasional nutrient replenishment. In addition to lawn care, our experts also remove weeds in the lawn to keep it looking attractive and attractive.
- Collection and removal of dead leaves and other rubbish
We also take care to be environmentally responsible in the collection of dead leaves and other green waste in all our areas. The collected green waste is composted and returned to the natural cycle.
Snow and frost precautions, de-icing
During the winter months, it is important to keep pavements and outdoor parking areas clean and free of snow and ice to prevent accidents. The equipment in our fleet is suitable for removing (even depositing) large amounts of snow on footpaths and parking areas, and is also equipped with an automatic salt spreader adapter. The descaling is carried out with environmentally friendly materials.
- Trimming hedges and bushes
A well-tended and aesthetically pleasing hedge or shaped shrub can be a highlight in any garden.
Shaping and pruning in spring and autumn not only shapes the plants. While in spring it stimulates the growth of plants, in autumn it prepares them for their winter rest. Pruning trees, shrubs and hedges is not only necessary to keep them in shape, without pruning plants can quickly become stunted and thicken.
- Slope wall, pile wall construction
For bridging small differences in level, we recommend the construction of a parapet wall. The gradient of the slopes depends on the soil structure of the area. While a lower angle is built for loose soil, a higher angle is built for compacted soil.
- Landscaping, backfilling
Landscaping is often an unavoidable preliminary process to garden design. Often, the soil in some areas is not level, and it is necessary to fill in the soil with topsoil to ensure that the land is level.
- Eradication of plants harmful to health
Strict regulations and legislation apply to the eradication of toxic, harmful plants such as wild hemp and ragweed. The rules on the eradication of ragweed now cover not only the flowering period but also the growing season. Failure to comply with the obligation to remove ragweed can result in fines of up to several million euros, so it is vital that this work is carried out by a competent professional.
- Plant replacement, plant purchase (on the basis of a separate invoice)
Plant deaths can occur mostly during the winter, less frequently due to water shortages caused by summer heatwaves or the sudden proliferation of pests or pathogens. The aim of plant replacements is to correct plant mortality, and in the case of ageing plants, some shrubs and bushes should be professionally rejuvenated every 3-10 years to avoid excessive thickening of the stems.