WELCOME TO BARRONS GARDENING SERVICES !!! WE HAVE BEEN A CONSISTENT PROVIDER OF PROFESSIONAL GARDENING SERVICES IN SIMI VALLEY, THOUSAND OAKS, NEWBURY PARK, CAMARILLO, OXNARD, VENTURA, SANTA CLARITA, SAUGUS, CASTAIC, CANYON COUNTRY ,WESTLAKE AGOURA SINCE 1990. BARRONS GARDENING IS A FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED COMPANY WITH OVER 29YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN GARDENING MAINTENANCE SERVICES. AS FAMILY OWNED MAINTENANCE PROVIDER, WE UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE ON FRIENDLY CUSTOMER SERVICE.
We have been a consistent provider of professional gardening services in Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Santa Clarita, Saugus, Canyon Country, Newbury Park, Camarillo, Ventura , Westlake , Agoura since 1990. Barrons Gardening is a family owned and operated company with over 29 years of experience in gardening maintenance services.
As familiy owned maintenance provider, we understand the importance on friendly customer service. We have your landscaping needs covered. We offer Free estimates , Call or Text at 661-714-8146 or Call @ 805-482-4987 email@example.com or
»Consistently providing our customers with impeccable service by demonstrating warmth, graciousness, efficiency, knowledge, professionalism and integrity in our work. Exceptional in its attention to every detail of operation, cooperative and rewarding environment which encourages long- term satisfying growth. And to provide a fast quality service that makes our customers smile and tell their friends!!!!
•Barrons Gardening vision is to be the reliable gardening service. Being the best means providing outstanding quality, service, and value, so that every customers smiles.
Your satisfaction is our priority and we strive to provide a service we are proud of. We start every project by providing a thorough consultation to understand your goals and the needs of the project. We do this to guarantee that the project is completed according to your preferences.
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December 21, 2009
Barron’s Gardening Service
P.O. Box #802772
Santa Clarita, CA 91380
RE: Letter of Recommendation
To whom it may concern,
Charles has been managing our landscaping since 2005. He has always taken great pride and care in managing our yard. I would recommend Charles to anyone who wants timely and friendly service. Please feel free to contact me for any further information.
I am happy to recommend Charles Barron Gardening Services for employment at College of the Canyons.
I have had the pleasure of working with Charles Barron Gardening for the last 2 and one half years. From the moment I interviewed Charles I was extremely impressed with his knowledge and professionalism. I was unhappy with my gardening services when I found Barron’s and must say that I did not know the extent of how poor my service was until Barron’s took over. Charlie is exceptionally efficient, and willing to do whatever is needed to get a particular task finished. I love roses and Charlie takes great care of them. My rose garden is healthier and more beautiful than I could have imagined. Charlie is a self directed worker and cares for my yard as if it is his own. Charlie is a dedicated and hard worker.
Barron’s Gardening Service deserves serious consideration as a potential employee, and I recommend him highly.
Charlie has been our gardener for approximately 6 years, we have 15,000 square feet of property and we can honestly endorse not only his ability but more of his dignity, punctuality and character in every aspect. I must admit I have had people use me for a reference before and I tell them to take their chances because I won't want to tell someone something that is not correct. However, I can't think of a more dependable and able person who is constantly grateful for the work God has provided for him to care for his family. I can only suggest in the strongest content if you are looking for a worker you can count on you need to look no further than Charlie. Sincerely, George Russell,
To whom this may concern: I have been friends with Charlie Barron for approximately five years. I have had the opportunity to see his gardening skills first hand. On several occasions he has done yard work for me. His work has been very professional and I have had compliments from neighbors for the work that he did. Charlie takes great pride and satisfaction in his work. Any employer would benefit to have Charlie as an employee for he is honest, a hard worker, and has good people skills. There are mutual friends of ours that had him do work for them and were very pleased with his work. If I could sum up Charlie’s work ethic it would be that he strives in making sure his work meets his customers’ tastes, interest, and to their satisfaction.
Sincerely, Tom Broadway
December 28, 2009
To whom it may concern,
This letter is our personal recommendation for Charlie Barron. We’ve known Charlie for approximately 10 years and have found him to be hardworking, reliable, personable and someone who is courteous and respectful to people. He is very diligent in performing job duties and takes pride and the initiative to provide excellent quality of service. Charlie’s confidence, passion and knowledge for landscaping, enthusiasm, communication skills and professional demeanor led to contracting him to do our home landscaping. Charlie installed the low voltage lighting, drain and sprinkler system, planted new sod, trees, shrubs and flowers – including a large hill side. We were so impressed with his overall profound dedication, performance and results, that we hired him to maintain it. During these ten years, he’s consistently demonstrated all of these qualities and more. Charlie’s dedication and knowledge of landscaping is unparalleled, and it is because of his excellence in this area that we strongly recommend him for any Landscaping or Grounds Control position. Charlie's ability to embrace change, effectively multitasks, handle a high-volume workload, and unwavering commitment to exceed customer needs and expectations - makes him an ideal candidate.
Charlie has our highest recommendation, and we are happy to furnish more details if you would like additional information. We hope our perspective will be helpful to you as you evaluate this exceptional candidate.
Felicia Tapanes George and
There are so many fertilizers out there, which one is best for my plants?
Deciding what type of fertilizer to use can be a bit confusing. Let the numbers and the labels on the bag be your guide. Fertilizer labels often tell you the type of plant it is best for. For example, lawn fertilizers generally contain high levels of nitrogen (first number) to promote vegetative or leafy growth. Lawn fertilizers are great for your grass, but lousy for annual flowers (too much nitrogen promotes excessive vegetative growth and inhibits flowering). General purpose fertilizers are often complete (contain nitrogen, phosphate and potash) and are good for a wide range of plants in the garden, landscape or containers.
What form of fertilizer should I use?
Home gardeners commonly use granular or liquid forms of fertilizer. Granular fertilizers can be water soluble (fast) or slow-release materials. Slow release fertilizers are formulated to release nutrients over several months so one application in spring may be all that is necessary. Liquid fertilizers are fast-acting and can be applied when you water.
How much and how often should I fertilize my plants?
The rate and frequency of application depends on the nutrient analysis of the fertilizer, plant species, soil type, and other factors. For outdoor or garden plants always start with a soil test to determine the amounts of fertilizer needed. There are some general guidelines on how often to fertilize plants.
A granular fertilizer is often applied to vegetable gardens at the beginning of the growing season, usually at planting or prior to planting. Annual flowers may require frequent fertilization throughout the growing season, especially if they are growing in containers. Houseplants need regular fertilization in spring, summer, and fall. Many houseplants do not need fertilizer in the winter. Established perennials may need fertilizer once in the spring every other year. Established trees and shrubs rarely need fertilizer. But these are general recommendations and could vary, so watch your plants. Poor or slow growth and overall yellowing are signs that a plant may be lacking essential plant nutrients and would benefit from an application of fertilizer.
Can you fertilize too much?
Yes, over-fertilization can burn plant leaves or stunt growth. More is rarely better when using fertilizers. Always read and follow label recommendations for fertilizer rates, dilutions, and application guidelines. If you are ever in doubt, always err on the conservative side or use less fertilizer.
My plant looks sick. Should I fertilize it?
First you must figure out why the plant is not doing well. Ask yourself the following questions before pulling out the fertilizer bag: “Has it been over-watered or under-watered? Is it receiving enough light or too little light? Are there signs of disease or other pests?” Fertilizer doesn’t fix all problems, and in some situations it can make the problem worse.
Why are some fertilizers blue or pink?
Dyes (usually blue) are added to some fertilizers to identify them as a fertilizer and so that you can loosely determine how much you are applying. As you would expect, a dark blue solution contains higher amounts of nutrients than a light blue solution.
Are fertilizers harmful to pets or kids?
Fertilizers, like many other household chemicals, should be kept out of the reach of children and pets.