Winter Tree and Shrub Preparation

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It  is important to take special measures to protect evergreen tree and shrubs from with wind and blowing snow damage . We are more than happy to come close your garden and properly prepare your trees for the winter cold.

Some of the steps to follow to ensure proper winter care include:

0. Winter preparation should begin with adequate watering in the fall.

1. Protect from salt spray with a double-layer of burlap. Ideally, choose salt tolerant plants for road-side planting or place ...

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Happy Holidays and New Year from Nature’s Palette!

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Wishing all of our clients and employees a very happy holidays and New Year!

This extended fall weather is leaving us little need for snow removal, but don’t be fooled- the snow is just around the corner! Prepare yourselves with one of our snow removal packages. Please inquire for further information and an estimate.

Thinking about a Landscape Project for next season? Call Us! We are open until December 18th then close for the Holidays and re-open January 4th. We would be happy ...

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HIRING SKILLED LANDSCAPE-CONSTRUCTION LABOURERS

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NATURE’S PALETTE is offering an opportunity to join our fast growing, landscape company that serves the Guelph and surrounding areas. In business since 2008, we’ve built our reputation on delivering reliable, superior quality service in both residential and commercial design/build landscaping. We take pride in not only making a client’s dream reality but sustaining a good relationship with our clients from beginning to years later.

HIRING LANDSCAPE HARDSCAPE TECHNICIANS 

ARE YOU:
*Hardworking, detail orientated
*Willing to learn new ...

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Fall Clean-Up and Winter Preparation

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Since summer has come to a close and the cold weather is rolling in, your yard needs a little extra help with Fall and Winter Prep.

At Nature’s Palette we offer Fall Clean-Up services as well as Snow Removal contracts.

Our Fall Clean-Up services include:

  • Raking leaves
  • Fertilizer Application
  • Lawn Aeration
  • Pruning of trees/shrubs
  • Cutting back perennials
  • Tree planting/transplanting
  • Mulch Application
  • Final Lawn Mowing

With a visit to your property we can provide ...

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Japanese Style Garden

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At a glance, this garden demonstrates several distinct features including a pond, pergola, circular walkway pattern and several wooden accent pieces. Hidden within these elements is a far more elaborate design process, performed by Nature’a Palette project supervisor Matthew Morris in 2014. Matthew has studied at the Osaka Institute in Japan and was mentored in the Art of Japanese Garden Design. His ...

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Sunken Garden with River Feature

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Armour Stone Garden around base of tree

 

 

A recent Install in the Kitchener-Waterloo area completed by  Aaron, Charles, Giancarlo and Owen last week. 

 

 

 

 

A combination of river stone, armour stone and flagstone were used to naturalize the backyard space. A sunken garden patio increased the livability of the backyard by converting the under-utilized slope into a sitting area. A large ...

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Waterfall Reconstruction

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The team was working at a site in Cambridge for several weeks completing everything from a cottage garden on the front boulevard to a billowing woodland garden in the backyard under the canopy of a newly planted Pyrus calleryana. The last step to complete the backyard space was to repair the existing water fall feature.

Aaron, Charles and Owen worked together to complete the project. Aaron’s attention to detail and diverse knowledge in water hydraulics lead the team’s success. The following ...

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Guelph- South End: Mega- Flagstone Steps & Dry River Bed

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Despite the heat wave, Nature’s Palette crews are completing landscape and construction projects all over the GTA. A recently completed project in the south end of Guelph is pictured. This poorly graded backyard slope was converted into a natural stone step entrance feature from the side walkway to backyard. The newly constructed mega-flag stone steps generate a sense of entry and facilitate a gradual incline for lawn maintenance equipment.

With increased urbanization and closely constructed homes, neighbourhoods require a re-defined sense ...

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