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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
Please email or call me so we can talk about how I can help you with your garden.
Tag Archives: Durango Gardener
With cooler temperatures and slightly higher elevation, our flower gardens here in Forest Lakes are behind Durango by a few weeks. It always amazes me when I am working on flower gardens in Durango, just 20 miles away, how further along the growing season is. I love … Continue reading
Hope everybody had the opportunity to get out and enjoy Earth Day. I got to spend the day with two of my favorite people. Tam, Liv and I spent the day amending the soil in their raised beds and planted … Continue reading
Wake up your garden beds with a spring clean up now. Call 970-946-6044 to schedule a spring clean up. Happy Spring!
It’s almost February and we are over the hump of winter. Just about this time gardeners start chomping at the bit to get back into their gardens. For some of us it’s going to be about 8 more weeks of … Continue reading
Here is some evidence that the deer spray is still working! Cut flowers from my gardens here in Bayfield. This deer spray post was originally posted on my sister’s blog Bees and Chicks. I have had many requests for the … Continue reading