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Let your garden B L O O M





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From regular maintenance to seasonal cleanups and crafting custom flower pots, we've got you covered. We genuinely enjoy getting our hands dirty and putting our passion for gardening to work. With loads of experience, we bring a friendly, reliable, and professional touch to every garden we tend to. Our thing? Paying attention to the little details and leaving your space looking spick and span. Let's keep your garden happy!

Seasonal Cleanups

Spring / Fall garden work

Residential Garden Maintenance

Weekly / bi-weekly

Garden Planting

Perennials, annuals, bulbs

Siol & Mulch
Custom Made Pots

Herbs, edible flowers, vegetables, mixed containers

Certified with Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council.


Hummingbirds are back!

Owning a hummingbird feeder also entails responsibility. Regular maintenance, such as changing the nectar and cleaning the feeder, ensures the well-being of the visiting hummingbirds.

Commercial nectar that you purchase should be FREE OF RED DYE!

How to make hummingbird nectar at home?


- 4 parts water

- 1 part sugar (e.g., 1 cup water to ¼ cup sugar)



1. Boil the water to remove any chlorine and facilitate sugar dissolution.

2. Stir the sugar into the boiled water until fully dissolved.

3. Allow the mixture to cool.

4. Fill your hummingbird feeder with the cooled nectar.

5. Store any remaining nectar in a sealed container in the refrigerator.


Remember NOT TO use dyes, brown sugar, or honey in your hummingbird nectar.

The Frequency of changing hummingbird feeder

The frequency of changing hummingbird feeder nectar depends on the weather conditions:


- Cooler weather (around 15°C/ 60°F): Nectar can be left for 2 to 3 days before needing to be changed.


- Hotter weather (32°C/ 90°F and above): It’s advisable to change the nectar DAILY to prevent spoilage.


After removing the old nectar, rinse the feeder with hot water and clean the feeding ports with a brush to prevent mold buildup.

Enjoy the company of these fascinating creatures and help keep them happy by maintaining a clean feeder and providing nourishing nectar.

Our work

Laurence Perry

“Kristyna and the Hummingbird team have done an amazing job in my lively little garden. On time and hard work seems to be what Kristyna goes by. She doesn’t seem to stop… Great work from this business.."
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