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"Because of Mary Beth’s magical work in the garden, my garden is beautiful this year and i absolutely have vegetables, pretty flowers and no bindweed, She is a real worker bee and an expert in maintaining a healthy garden. Thank you Mary Beth"
Blanche McAndrew Harman
“For about ten years Mary Beth Jarrosak has worked on my flower gardens, shrubs and small trees. If you are looking for a gardener who gives full value she is the one for you. Over the years she has taught me the value of sustainable gardening and without the damaging fertilizers and pesticides on the market. I live in a harsh climate and with her careful and artful pruning, and fertilizing, all of my plantings are flourishing. She can do more in one hour of work than most others can in three. Add in her artistic ability to combine plants and you have a winning combination.
I recommend her without reservation.”
Edith L. Blane
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Category Archives: high altitude gardening
I am completely booked for the 2018 growing season. If you need a recommendation for gardening or landscaping, please call Durango Nursery or Native Roots. Thank you!!
Spring has sprung! I will be starting Spring clean-ups April 2nd. Give me a call , text or email to discuss your garden goals and get on this years schedule for a spring clean up and routine summer maintenance . See you soon!! 970-946-6044 … Continue reading
The March equinox is Monday, March 20, 2017 at 6:29 A.M. EDT. It’s official it’s Spring!! I will be starting Spring clean ups in April. Hope everybody is well and enjoyed their winter. Give me a call , text or email to discuss your garden goals and get on this … Continue reading
Reposting deer repellent post from four years ago. Bad Ass Deer Spray Recipe: There are many recipes for homemade deer spray online. Here’s how I make it. 4 raw eggs 1 tablespoon or more of hot sauce, the hotter the … Continue reading
The gardens are looking lush after all the rain we had in May and part of June. The temperatures are starting to soar and I believe the roses are enjoying it, many buds are swelling and ready to bloom. The … Continue reading
Spring? We woke up to snow showers this morning!