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Work with what you've got!

Many of us have big ideas of how things should be. Maybe it is your goal to have all the latest tech or the most luxurious furniture. If you are like the majority of us, you have learned that sometimes wanting those things is just that. Wanting. It doesn't mean that it will happen unless you are able to shift some priorities around. Going without food or heat to upgrade your phone isn't the best choice.... Priorities.

A big part of why I love what I do is because I get to figure out how to make something the best I can with what I have to work with. I have learned through my many years to be very resourceful. I have always thought I should have been a procurement specialist. I am a star at finding the best products for the best prices. The biggest bang for your buck so to speak.

I have met some wonderful people who I have helped create gardens for. Not everyone has a pocket full of extra money. I have some big little ideas to enhance their gardens but sometimes, the cost is too much for them to remove everything to start again. That's ok. There is always a way for me to enhance a garden. If that means working with what we have, that works for me too.

It could be as simple as doing a clean up or adding mulch or reshaping a garden and moving some plants around. It doesn't have to be a $10000 job to make your garden your special place. Don't get me wrong... I love a bigger project too but I am happy to help wherever I can.

I am here to work with you and brainstorm ways for you to get the biggest bang for your buck. I am happy to have my hands deep in the dirt so I can create something for you to enjoy as you gaze out your window in the winter or as you dine on your deck watching the birds dance around your flowering shrubs and perennials in the summer.

I'm still up for a good old fashioned overhaul but if we can't do that, I know we can come up with something.

I look forward to meeting you in the Spring.

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