Any recommendations on moving into the maintenance side of things. My Wife has operated for 5 years as primarily landscape design. She sold the designs to the people who either installed themselves or bid the project out. The cost of the design could easily be gotten back in the difference in bids on installation. Or the do-it-yourselfers would buy the plants through here also creating a markup situation. Now we are adding a maintenance division. We both are horticulturists (University of Minnesota: Landscape, Nursery and Turf) but I spent the last 10 years on golf courses. So we know what quality is all about, we just are looking for any tips on making this work. We live up North in Wisconsin so we have all winter to plan things out. Right now we have enough landscape maintenance jobs lined up to keep me 100% maintenance, and my wife can continue with the design. We want to obviously add employees to the mix so we can get more maintenance jobs, but at least we have justified my time for the season next year. Wish me luck and any advice throw it at me!