A plumber can be your toilet hire and fix your sinks and fixtures, but a landscaper can do these things as well as landscaping the home garden by putting in an entire irrigation system into your lawn and garden. You see, the latter needs to know about plumbing before he can provide a sprinkler system to your geraniums. So, if you have a problem with the toilet, hire your landscape designer to do the job.
Because pine trees may need to be watered less than roses, your landscaper will know how to set up your timed sprinkling system. He may even be able to plant a cactus in one area, and a garden of color in another. He can dig the trench for piping, lay the pipe, assemble it using specialized quick-drying glue, and connect it all to your timer box for appropriate watering of your plants.
Your gardener is also an architect, of sorts. He can determine the best place to plant that overgrown shrub you desire in the front lawn. He may arrange your pansies in a colorful pattern to enhance the beauty of the sides of your property. Whatever your desires for a certain look and color scheme, he will be able to assist in letting you know which types of growth will do well for your area.
Your specialist has an education of what types of shrubbery, trees, flowers and grasses need what soil amendments. They may need iron, or perhaps the soil is acidic and needs fertilizers with less salt in them. He will know what to add to make your lawn and garden flourish.
The shades and hues you choose will be the fun part of this setup. If you would like a row of roses of all colors along the side of your home, your landscaper can help you with this, as well as the amendments to the soil and the irrigation system. For greenery, the lawn has many types and colors of grasses to use, and you may select several for different areas of the property. Shrubbery can certainly enhance the grass, and there are variegated shrubs to offset this also. In some areas, pampas grass is used as a burst of red color, although it comes in several shades. It is also an interesting added texture, if you will, to the entire look of the landscape. They also grow very tall and gently flow with the breeze.
Organic, or naturally, may be the way for you to go. Otherwise, some prefer their lawns to be green all year round. In this case, there are fertilizer enhancers to cause this to happen. You can add chemicals to your new growth, and they will grow abundantly. Of course, going green can also mean using all-natural fertilizers and enhancers, and you will most likely get the same results.
So, do not be shy to ask questions. He will need to know exactly what is on your mind and will want to please the homeowner.
And remember, he is also a plumber. He can work on any of the fixtures within or without the home, along with landscaping the home garden. So be sure that if you have leaky pipes, or other issues under the sink or around the toilet, hire your landscaper as a toilet hire to address those as well.