It involves cleaning at the beginning or end of the season. Plant residues are removed to prevent pathogens. In addition to maintaining an aesthetic appearance, the beds will be ready for your plants next season.

Seasonal maintenance

Involves pruning plants according to their needs, weeding flower beds, and cultivating the soil around the base of your plants

Compost application

It involves incorporating a predetermined amount of compost according to the desired surface area. Adding compost improves the texture of the soil. Compost also provides nutrients to plants and soil microorganisms.


In addition to helping protect the soil surface against weed seeds, it slows down soil evaporation and prevents erosion. A touch of color to your flower beds drastically reduces your need for weeding.


Selection and planting of new plants according to horticultural techniques.


Design of a small landscaping project including planting. The quantity and selection of plants according to their needs and mature size.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you'll find answers yo the questions we get asked the most about our services.
Flowerbeds generally need to be watered once a week, depending on weather conditions and soil type.
Fertilizer can be added to flowerbeds either in the form of granules or liquid. Follow the instructions on the package for application rates and timing.
One way to prevent weeds is to mulch the flowerbeds with a layer of organic material, such as bark or compost. Pulling weeds by hand as soon as they appear can also help prevent them from spreading.