The homeowners wanted to make the area around the utility box area more attractive. After removing some sod, the Pahl’s Landscape crew installed soil, accent boulders, plants, landscape fabric, poly edging and larger river rock. Much, much more attractive, eh!
The Pahl’s crew removed and disposed this entire landscape in Minneapolis in preparation for an upcoming wedding. We installed new Retaining Walls, Pillars w/ Light Fixtures, Pavers, Outdoor Kitchen, Fountain, Arbor, Soil, Plants, Edging and Sod. The homeowners had their dream wedding in this fabulous setting shortly after completion of this project. Congrats!
Here is a beautiful project the Pahl’s Landscape Crew installed in Rosemount many years ago, designed by Beth. However, this photo was taken many years after the installation to show plants at mature size and how well your landscape can look many years after later.
Now that snow is starting to melt, you may begin to notice the damage old man winter left behind on your evergreens. Minnesota is notorious for being tough on landscape plants. Your evergreen plants may have brown to rust colored damaged areas where the needles appear to have been burned. This problem is called winter […]
We have a back yard that has a lot of clay and is on a hill. Our landscaper has planted 4 evergreens (2 colorado blue spruce and 2 Black Hills Spruce) that have died. The clay holds the water, so we are sure they have drowned. The trees were sitting in water when they were […]
I purchased a beautiful, but very expenive 8’ Fat Elbert evergreen on Sat. I read planting directions on Sat. night, but somehow overlooked that it pointed out, not to remove the wire cage. I measured twice for my hole diam, and depth. Got it spot on, recruited 6 neighbors to help roll the beast out […]
Please help! My husband and I live on about an acre of land. It is surrounded on three sides (double row)with scotch pine. They are close together and provide a fabulous wind block. The problem is one (only one at this time) is wilted,brown, and the sap is thick and white at the base. Any […]
We have several dwarf balsams about 8yrs old, have done well until this year but turning brown in large patches. very hot summer watered every night by irrigation. Why the brown?
I mulched over the winter with leaves. I read that leaves are good for the soil, so should I leave them on the ground and them cover them with my wood chip mulch, or rake them out and dispose of them?