NC Landscape Contractor Lic#1218
NCLC Corporate Lic#CL0196
contact us as you prefer:
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s meet-up, share ideas, create an initial plant schedule, then quote proposal.
$75 fee applies 100% to $500+ order
On-Site Visit not needed? minimum = $200
Tell us what to plant and/or
Tell us your wants, hates, faves and/or
Tell us to create our best solution.
Installing a Balled & Burlapped Oak.
Note: burlap and twine NOT YET cut away from rootball. We are packing soil first.
Clean-up. Broom is our most important tool.
Roll over photo for ‘Before” picture.
-Formal landscape plans
-Removal of sod
For pricing, see Optional Extras, below.
-Water plants, typically once per week, for two years.
-Weed plants as needed. Weeds will rob plant of water, air, and nutrients.
Add PHC Tree Saver.
ILLUSTRATION OF TYPICAL PLANTING
…plant it high, rarely die…
…plant it low, rarely grow…
TWO YEAR PLANTING WARRANTY
100% of both Plant and Installation
Replant new stock in same hole and dispose of dead or stricken plant.
If toppled by severe storm, reset plant to vertical.
Limit one replacement per plant.
Outside eastern triangle area, add mileage fee.
Reinstall the same size/price plant (if available),
or different type (same size/price or less).
SPECIAL CONDITIONS = PARTIAL WARRANTY
Pay Retail Price portion. We replant new & dispose of old.
finicky species (Apple, Dogwood, Encores, Gardenia, Loropetalum, Magnolia, Prunus, Redbud);
plants not showing in dormancy; pests & disease introduced after planting;
adverse planting locations (field, rental, steep slope, shady, swampy, or over-rooted area);
un-weeded, un-watered, over-mulched, or altered plantings;
chemical or physical damages; dogyards; lightning; or wildfire.
Reduced Planting Fee applies if Partial Warranty understood at time of planting.
SOME PLANTS = NO WARRANTY
All Balled & Burlapped plantings (why? go to B&B primer);
plants smaller than 3-gallon container; and delivery-only plants.
Minimum Delivery-Only order: $100
Minimum Planting order: $200
(with no site visit ahead of time)
‘Retail Price’ is delivery-only (add tax).
‘Planted’ price includes both the Retail Price and the A1Planting fee.
Planting Fees (greatest of):
POTTED PLANTS (by the gallon):
add 85% to first $200 of retail price,
plus 40% of amount over $200
~ or ~
Minimum Fee, per potted plant
(Customer-Supplied-Plants and Partial Warranty prices in parenthesis)
Less than 1 gallon pot: $5 (no warranty)
1 gallon/4 quart pot: $12 (no warranty)
2 gallon pot: $17 (no warranty)
3 gallon pot: $35 ($30)
5 gallon pot: $45 ($40)
6 gallon pot: $55 ($45)
7 gallon pot: $60 ($50)
10 gallon pot: $70 ($60)
15 gallon pot: $90 ($75)
20 gallon pot: $115 ($95)
25 gallon pot: $145 ($120)
30 gallon pot: $175 ($140)
45 gallon pot: $225 ($160)
65 gallon pot: $295 ($210)
100 gallon pot: $400 ($300)
to be satisfactory.
Two Volume Discounts
both may apply at once
per item discount
buy 10 of 1, take 5% off plant/planting
buy 20 of 1, take 10% off plant/planting
total order discount
over $300, take 4% off order
over $500, take 6% off order
over $1000, take 8% off order
over $2500, take 10% off order
over $5000, take 12% off order
Find something you like outside our sources?
Get it, and we’ll plant it for you right away. We supply all labor and materials.
Planting fee is the lower Minimum Fee (in parenthesis).
No Warranty included.
$.75 per square foot.
Quality weedblock cut & placed around new plantings before the mulch is spread. Inhibits growth pretty good, but weeds WILL pop up anyway: at edges, and in mulch.
4″ wide: $2.00 per lineal foot.
8″ wide: $3.00 per lineal foot.
3-4″ deep trench dug around the plants to define the grass/mulch boundary. Grass will be dug out and disposed of.Sod Removal and Disposal
$4.00 per square foot.
$60 per man-hour.
Includes disposal of weeds.
Hand tools only. No chemicals are used.
Card for Gift Plants
We hand-write a card to help make your gift plant special. Please provide text for card.
$30 to $100 per plant, our plantings only.We rarely stake any plant. Our Method mitigates the need, so we discourage this practice. Only the strongest acts of God tend to bring harm.Yes, people do still stake a lot of plants (often out of habit). This practice will prevent tipping from most windy events. Even with staking, hurricane-like weather can topple any plant.Staking comes at a price to tree. It is preferable in the long run to sway in the breeze. This constant “flexing” allows the trunk to develop stronger, like a muscle, so the tree can withstand future high winds, ice, and snow. Unstaked trees develop greater caliper, a larger root system, and healthier, undamaged trunks.Occasionally, we may advise staking for:
– plants with a loose base/flare.
– tall plants with small rootballs.If our planting falls over within two years, we will reset plant at no charge.