No matter how ambitious your design, or how small your garden area is, we can help identify your needs, answer your questions, and solve your problems. Desiree Gardens can provide everything from a friendly chat through a phone consultation, all the way to a full set of plans and itemized list of plants along with a schedule. In addition, if you are located in the North Texas area Desiree Gardens can provide plants, materials, hardscaping, and the labor to install the garden of your dreams.
We can provide:
- Phone or Zoom consultations
- In person consultations in North Texas
- Design services
- Maintenance on a regular schedule
All of Our Services
Bring life into any space by adding plants from Desiree Gardens. We can provide potted plants for office and businesses, house staging, conventions and trade shows, photo shoots, weddings and special events. Our plant rental services can help you create an inviting indoor space in your office, or a relaxing environment for your customers at your place of business. With plant rentals from Desiree Gardens, we provide the plants and the feeding, care, and maintenance that plant requires. If your plant gets sick or dies while renting from Desiree Gardens, we’ll replace it at no additional charge. Even if you have existing office plants, ask us about our office plant care services. Whether you need the constant color of rotating annuals, lush tropicals and succulents, a nice selection of hanging baskets, or simple accent ferns or ficus trees, we can provide what you need.
From the AP: America’s love affair with the lawn is getting messy More and more people are getting away from plain, boring lawns, and moving to diverse gardens that provide abundant color, texture, and foliage, while at the same time providing ample resources for pollinators such as bees and butterflies. From the article: Monrovia, a major grower of plants for nurseries and other outlets, has seen lots of interest in a “Garden of Abundance” trend -– a more “alive-looking” yard with a variety of plants, says company trend watcher Katie Tamony. She says it’s a way of thinking about your yard “as not just being yours, but part of a more beautiful, larger world that we’re trying to create.” Plants that attract pollinators were the category most sought-after in a survey of Monrovia’s customers, she said. Many counties and municipalities have jumped on board as well, and are encouraging residents…