Repotting Tomato Seedlings

Ever wonder what your trees, shrubs, and landscape features are really worth if you had to replace them? The Horticultural Asset Management Company can help you put a dollar figure on your landscaping. They offer a 30-page, full-color, customized report that details the replacement costs (over a 10-year period) and care guide for the landscaping features of your property. The pricing for the assessment depends upon the size of the site and the number of different cultivars being evaluated.

After filling out an assessment form, a certified professional will visit and evaluate your landscape. Ornamental plant expert, Dr. Michael Dirr, was hired as a consultant to adapt his tree and shrub database into the Web-based assessment tool to be used in the evaluation. Each horticultural assessment is customized to the growing conditions and economic factors unique to your particular location. In addition to a projection of the current and future replacement costs of your landscape plants, it also provides care instructions for each plant assessed.

For more information on this horticultural assessment tool go to

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