Tree Rescue Service for Greater New Orleans

Ponseti Landscaping offers Tree Rescue Services for the Greater New Orleans area.

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These photos show a tree from beneath and in profile shot before treatment in Fall 2010.

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Tree rescue materials and methods were applied in Fall 2010 as you can see the tree is dramatically improved and has thousands of pieces of new growth all over, about half way to a fully regrown canopy. This tree is an example of what can be accomplished by a client committed to a tree’s recovery.

Tree Rescue Services

Ponseti Landscaping offers Tree Rescue Services for the Greater New Orleans area.

tree-rescue-new-orleans

These photos show a tree from beneath and in profile shot before treatment in Fall 2010.

tree-rescue--uptown-new-orl

Tree rescue materials and methods were applied in Fall 2010 as you can see the tree is dramatically improved and has thousands of pieces of new growth all over, about half way to a fully regrown canopy. This tree is an example of what can be accomplished by a client committed to a tree’s recovery.

 

Do You Need Better Drainage?

You know you have a drainage problem in your garden when heavy or even moderate rain leaves puddles that take forever to drain. In damp areas like shady spots, water can be slow to evaporate. This leaves plants vulnerable to diseases. Bad drainage isn’t good for any garden plant, not just trees and shrubs. Ponseti Landscaping can develop and install a sub-surface drainage system designed for needed water to nourish your plants and for excess water to be routed away from the garden area toward storm drains.

Call me today and I’ll be happy to drop by to review and discuss a solution that will serve you well.

Crinum (Lily)

Crinum

3′
Long Strappy Leaves
FLower Clusters on Tall Stem in Early Summer
Flowers Best When Root-Bound

Walking Iris

walking-iris

Verbena

Verbena

Umbrella Plant

Umbrella Plant

5′
Tall Stems With Umbrella Shape Foliage
Often Used in Ponds

Thrift

Thrift

Sweet Violet

Sweet Violets

Swamp Lily

Swamp Lily

Sunflower

sunflower

Strawberry Begonia

Strawberry Begonia

Spider Lilly

Spider Lily

Shrimp Plant

Shrimp Plant

Shasta Daisy

shasta daisy

Salvia

Salvia

12″

• Sage Lobelia

Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia

Rosemary

Rosemary

Purple Oxalis

Purple Oxalis

6″

Purple Heart

Purple Heart

Phlox

Phlox

Penta

Pentas

Papyrus

Papyrus

Narcissis

Narcissus

Mint

Mint

Milkweed

milkweed

Mexican Petunia

Mexican Petunia

Marigold

Marigold

Maiden Grass

Maiden Grass

Lyme Grass

lyme grass

Louisiana Iris

Louisiana Iris

Leucojum

leucojum

Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Lemongrass

Lemongrass

Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm

Lantana

Lantana

Kaffir Lilly

kaffirlily

Jonquil

jonquil

Jacobina

Jacobina

Ice Plant

Ice Plant

Horsetail

This horsetail plant makes a great modern hedge between two yards

3′
Tall Thin Reeds
A Pre-Historic Plant
A Very Invasive Plant
(Not Easily Removed or Killed)

Hidden Lily

Hidden Lily

Performs Best in Shade
Flowers Hidden With-In Foliage

Hibiscus

Hibiscus

8′
Requires Regular Pruning
Easily Killed by Cold

Hardy Begonia

Hardy Begonia

Goldenrod

Goldenrod

Gladiolas

Gladiolas

Ginger Lilly

Ginger Lily

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