Trim existing bushes, clean-up clippings and dispose of.
Planting of new bushes, including adding any new topsoil required, bark mix for improved root growth, and initial fertilizer.
A conifer evergreen that grows to be ~15 ft tall and 3-4 ft wide. Used individually in landscape beds or planted as part of a natural privacy fence.
A larger, faster growing Arborvitae. This evergreen can grow up to 50-60 ft high with a width of 12-20 ft at the base. Can grow ~ 3 ft per year.
Hostas provide a great accent to your landscape beds. There are many varieties of hostas and the more common types (patriot, etc.) grow 1-2 ft high and 2-3 ft in diameter. They are a perennial.
Boxwoods are a broadleaf evergreen that can be planted individually in a landscaped bed or grouped together to form a hedge.
Conifer evergreen and a native North American species. This evergreen has a columnar form and silver- to blue-green foliage . Grows 20 - 35 ft high with a 6 - 8 ft spread at base. Rate of growth is ~ 2 ft per year.
A slow growing, columnar-shaped conifer evergreen. Reaches 10 - 12 ft high and 3 - 4 ft wide. Growth rate is less than 1 ft per year. Can be grouped to create hedges.
2 - 3 ft tall, 3 - 4 ft wide.
4 -5 ft tall, 4 - 5 ft wide.
Morning Light Maiden Grass (or any tall ornamental grass which can be grown in zones 5 to 6) make for great accents for other bushes in existing landscaping beds.
Horizontal Junipers make for great ground cover with a height of ~ 0.50 ft and spread of 8 to 10 ft.