Hourly Services – $65/hour

  • Building raised garden beds
  • Filling the beds
  • Installing drip irrigation systems

Full Season Services – $125/month for up to 10 sq yds, full season contract required

  • Discount rate of $60 per month for each 10 additional sq yds
  • Begins at first planting and ends October 31st
  • Providing all vegetable plants and seeds
  • Maintain garden through entire season
  • Weed pulling
  • Fertilizing
  • Combat plant disease and insects
  • Installing plant supports
  • Garden journal
  • Upkeep instructions
  • Harvesting instructions
  • Recipes for using your produce
  • End of season cleanup

Other costs

You will need to cover the cost of the following items. Some of these items will only need to be purchased once, others may be “as needed”.
– Raised bed kits
– Soil and amendments
– Fertilizer
– Organic or other insecticides, herbicides
– Plant supports

Your plants are carefully raised and hand chosen for quality by us, and their cost is included in your seasonal contract.

Our experienced Yardeners will use their gardening knowledge to maximize the potential of your newly installed gardens.  They will usually begin in late February or early March by planting salad crops such as lettuces, radishes, onions, spinach, kale, kohlrabi, carrots, beets, and other cool season crops depending on what you prefer to grow.  These tender crops will need to be protected by a floating row cover that will keep frost, harsh winds, and hungry critters away from your plants. These floating row covers make a “salad chute” that will help them thrive and provide you with the best possible ingredients for salads as early as April.   Your Yardener will provide information on purchasing these covers and then will install them once your crops are planted.

Your Yardener will visit every week or two to inspect your garden, plant additional crops, pull weeds, and ensure the garden is growing at its peak performance.  You’ll receive a progress report of what is going on in your garden each time they visit. The report will include myriad information about what’s growing, when and how to harvest, photographs, and recipes for using those fresh veggies!

As the seasons change, your Yardener will use “Succession Gardening” methods to move from early spring to summer crops.  The Yardener will continue to consult with you about your needs and will provide and plant all of the seeds and plants needed to maximize your yield throughout the summer and into fall.  Expect to have something to eat fresh out of the garden from April through November depending on the severity of the weather.