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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by Get Some..., May 23, 2012.
let's see the after!
Fact there are 27 ninjas in those photos
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The way those plants are thrown in there, I don't think anyone could make them look right.
I would have rather seen some of those pruned by hand than sheared into ball shapes with hedge trimmer.
That's a pretty good job.
When shrubs have been neglected for a few years like that, it can take a couple of years for them to fill in properly after a good clean-up.
The client has to be told this, preferably when you do an estimate.
Hopefully you get to return next season and keep up the work.
that bed looks way over planted. it looks cleaner. but its just way to congested.
We meet tommorrow to talk about solutions.
I thought it came out pretty well, considering what there was to work with.
Also, I did alot of hand pruning..