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Greening of Philadelphia

Instead of using Hollytone and other petroleum-based fertilizers, we condition the soil with compost, micronutrients and organic fertilizers such as kelp emulsions and fish emulsions. If we need to adjust the ph of soil, we use sulfur. We hand pick bugs instead of using insecticide. We’ve discovered that it costs the same to have a crew member pick bugs than to spray them with chemicals.

Pesticides are not single insect specific. They tend to kill all insects in the spectrum of the targeted bug. Caterpillars that become beautiful butterflies are killed by pesticides intended for gypsy moths, for example. Virtually all songbirds feed only insects to their young. The biggest problem with declining populations of songbirds is that their young are being starved to death by lack of native insects. By enriching the soil and properly caring for the garden, we prevent the need for chemicals in all our installations. Therefore, native insects thrive.

We have convinced many downtown clients to stop spraying an insect infested tree to see what creatures may feed on those insects. As a result, most clients have seen 3 different types of woodpeckers, various sparrows, titmouse, sapsuckers, and juncos feeding on that tree. Hummingbirds have been lured to our gardens as well.

To attract butterflies into the garden, we understand what types of butterflies will come to your garden. Then, we plant the garden accordingly. Most butterflies depend on specific plants, insects, nectar and migratory paths to move about. While in their caterpillar stage, they depend on very specific plants on which to feed. We can help you with creating a butterfly habitat garden instead of just a typical butterfly that only takes care of the butterfly in its nectar-feeding phase.

The landscape industry is one of the biggest consumers of plastic because of the plant containers. We return and recycle all pots used in our landscape. One average, we use 5,000 pots a year. We also bring yard waste to recycling sites to be turned into mulch and compost. All our suppliers are growers within 35 miles of our business. One of our growers has just qualified as a certified, organic ornamental nursery.