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Why Your Commercial Property Needs Full Grounds Maintenance

Why Your Commercial Property Needs Full Grounds Maintenance

Some companies may be hesitant to spend the money on full grounds maintenance for their properties. However, failing to invest in regular full grounds maintenance for your business can result in financial consequences and damage to your company's reputation.

Here at Bloom’n Gardens Landscape, we offer comprehensive maintenance for commercial properties in and around Smyrna, Atlanta, and Buckhead, GA.

To ensure that your commercial landscape's needs are fulfilled and that your property's exterior always looks its best, you need to enlist a full grounds maintenance provider.


The outside of your business is the first thing that customers, clients, and prospective employees notice.

First impressions matter, and that's what customers, clients, and prospective employees get when they see the outside of your business. To preserve your business's reputation, you need to keep up with the appearance of your commercial landscape.

As a business owner, you are likely too busy to focus on lawn maintenance and other landscaping tasks. You need to dedicate your attention to day-to-day, income-producing tasks.

To hand off your commercial landscaping tasks to a reliable party, contact our full grounds maintenance providers. We show up for every scheduled service visit and ensure your business's exterior always looks its best.


Regular maintenance for your commercial property prevents unnecessary repairs.

Commercial landscaping at a business near Buckhead, GA.

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4 Reasons to Use a Landscape Designer for Your Atlanta, GA Property

4 Reasons to Use a Landscape Designer for Your Atlanta, GA Property

The craft of landscape design incorporates a lot of elements including engineering, horticulture, and art. If you've never done it before, integrating all of these factors can be a difficult task to achieve. Some property owners choose to take on the task of landscape design themselves. While it is possible, you may not achieve the final product you are dreaming of without professional help.

When you recruit us to help with your landscape design in Atlanta, GA, we include you in every step of the design process. This way, the final product will come out exactly the way you want it to. With us, you'll have a reliable source to use so you can think through key landscape design principles and optimal plant installation practices.

Our landscape designers in Atlanta, GA can help you revitalize your property. In addition to Atlanta-based properties, we also serve residences and businesses in the surrounding cities like Buckhead and Smyrna.


Professional landscape design will beautifully complement your property.

To begin the professional landscape design process, we sit down with you and discuss what you want for your landscape. Our team will go over your landscape's current layout and bring up any areas of it that could present issues in the future.

During this initial meeting, we will talk about the scope of your project and incorporate your design requirements and preferences. This way, our professional landscape design project will...

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The Georgia Green Industry Association Recognizes Industry Leaders with Awards

The Georgia Green Industry Association Recognizes Industry Leaders with Awards

The Georgia Green Industry Association recognized several individuals as recipients of awards in various categories at Wintergreen Tradeshow and Conference in Duluth, GA last month.

The Georgia Green Industry Association’s Jake Tinga Young Professional of the Year award is given for outstanding success in the field of environmental horticulture and is offered as an inspiration to others starting out in the field. The candidate must be under 35 years of age or been involved in the industry for less than ten years.


Renee Wright - The Jake Tinga Distinguished Young Professional Award Winner

Like many second- and third-generation industry members, Renee Wright seems to have been destined to find her way back to the family business. Renee serves as the client relations manager at Bloom’n Gardens Landscape. Her route to the business included obtaining a degree in horticulture from Mississippi State University in 2014. During her time at MSU, Renee’s floral design team took home the overall baccalaureate school award from the American Institute of Floral Designer’s Student Floral Design Competition. Renee was also a member of the Young Professionals Council (YPC) American Floral Endowment program that gives networking opportunities to young industry members and students.

Since graduation, Renee has been learning the landscape trade beginning with the maintenance side of the business and now working to ensure that Bloom’n Gardens Customers ...

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Propagating Fears Alleviated

Propagating Fears Alleviated

The other day I was doing my weekly grocery at the Kroger and I ran into an old friend.  After exchanging pleasantries about college age children the conversation steered toward propagating hydrangeas.   I know big leap, but I get questions like that all the time.  In fact it is a great topic that more people should investigate.  One of my earliest memories is of my mother rooting spider plants on the window sill. She was not much of an outdoor gardener, but loved growing houseplants on our sun porch. Truth is the same principles apply to outdoor plants. I love getting “pass along” plants or even multiplying the number of plants just in my own back yard.  It’s a great way to garden frugally.

Many of you would never consider propagating your own plants, because it may seem very intimidating, but there are a quite a few plants that practically propagate themselves.  There are three main ways of propagating plants that every homeowner can be successful at. Collecting and planting seeds, dividing root stocks, and cuttings.

Many of our basic garden vegetables can easily be started from seed, as well as, many great basic annuals and perennials.  One of my favorites is sunflower.  Simply collect the seeds from a plant and save them until the following year.  You can then sow them directly in the garden after the soil has warmed.  There are even some annuals that generously reseed themselves, take cleome...

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Its August….Think WATER

Its August….Think WATER

Have you been feeling the 90+ degree temperatures lately? I know our landscapes have. Well it is August and we are all beginning to show a little heat stress, looking all tired and wilty. In your landscape, dull, limp leaves are a sure sign your garden is suffering.  As the yard caretaker, you may be feeling a little heat stressed too and neglecting your landscape.   Try not to succumb to the “hey its August, what is there to do in the landscape besides watch it melt” mentality. I am here to tell you that there is plenty to do that will not only help to improve your landscape year round, it will begin to look better immediately.

Most of your tasks this month will revolve around water.  In an environment like ours, an irrigation system is crucial to keeping a landscape looking its best. It is human nature that you will not water your landscape nearly enough if you try to do it by hand, plus the best watering goes on while you are still all snug in your bed. Plants that are watered after the sun comes up have a higher probability of scorching under the intense rays of the sun. They also are more susceptible to fungus when watered at the wrong time of day.

August is a great time to consult with an irrigation company about installing a new system for your home.  Already got an irrigation system? Is it fairly new or has it been in for a while. Just like with cell phones, the technology has changed considerably, making today’s...

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