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10 Best Seattle Landscapers

  • Piragash - They pay a lot of attention to detail.
    Troy Dennis - We've uses Rainbow several times and they also completed a large landscape project on the hillside of our property. They are great to work with and always accommodating!
    Carly Kiser - Ernesto and his crew are incredible! They were responsive from the time of our first meeting to bid the project all the way through until the end. They were on-time, on-budget, and communicative. They executed the vision we had in our heads, and we are looking forward to enjoying our yard for years to come.
    recommended by Beach Blvd, Adam Broetje
  • 13511 30th Avenue NE Seattle
    Jessica M Shapiro - Seth and his team are the best. We've worked with for decades. Reliable. Great taste. He makes things beautiful.
    Mike Torres - Van Sanden provides great service and are great people to work with.
    Melinda Torres - We've been using Seth and his team for 3 years and we love them. They keep our yard looking great year round and show such genuine care for their work. Good people.
  • 3809 Rainier Ave S, Seattle • Columbia City
    Laurel Buckner - Sayers Fuel on Rainier is great! I use them for compost delivery and they also have firewood!
    Amy Pennington - Easy process. They deliver bulk product. I order soil + compost, making my own blend.
    Tina - I’ve used them for many years, they are an original small family owned business in Rainier Valley. They deliver.
  • Matthew Berk - Roberto has been working for me for years, and he keeps our place looking so nice. Everything from ongoing yard maintenance to larger clearing and planting projects.
    Gail Borod Giacobbe - Roberto and his team are detail oriented and reliable. Our yard and beds are in great shape with their help.

    We feel lucky to have found them!
    recommended by Liz Pearce
  • Shannon Garbaccio - They are a family owned business that does great work.
    recommended by Ernie Climenson, Beach Blvd
  • 3213 S Edmunds St, Seattle
    Omar Shahine - Garden Harmony does a fantastic job keeping the yard tidy and will also handle a variety of landscaping tasks for you such as gravel, mulch, tree pruning.
    Bill Carr - Professional and reliable. They do a great job with my lawn and landscaping.
  • Adam Doppelt - I've used Vien for over ten years, both at my old house and the current one. The lawn looks nice when he's done. He loves his work and is very dedicated. Very cheap and reliable. He just shows up each month during the growing season, does his thing, and leaves me a bill. Zero effort on my part. Plus he has super interesting stories about his families flight from Vietnam. 206 363-2763 (or email son Kevin)
    recommended by Piragash
  • 5430 17th Ave SW, Seattle • Delridge
    Ken Goldstein - They uprooted old hedges and installed a fence. On-time with good communication. Years later it's still sturdy with no issues.
    recommended by Michael Mattmiller
  • Agnes P. Cwalina - Food + plant knowledgeable, resourceful, and full of witty remarks. Miss AmyP will have you laughing at every interaction and growing veggies will be a memorable experience. You'll be amazed at all the practical + economical gardening and food storage tips you'll gain with Amy's guidance. Ms AmyP is a hoot!
    Yvonna Dorantes - Amy is a magical garden fairy. If you are looking for a garden full of flavor AND beauty, Amy is your gal. She is approachable, kind and laid back while being extremely professional and knowledgeable.
    Michelle Meyer - I have worked with Amy for many years! She does the Food and I do the ornamental plants. She can get you up and eating from any space you give her. She knows her plants and comes up with great combinations for interesting and healthy eating. She is AMYazing.
  • Ron Zanetti - Fair cost and responsive.

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Ryan Bruss
about 1 month ago • Redmond
Does anyone know if Honeycrisp and Fuji apple trees will pollenate each other?
7 replies
about 1 month ago
Marston Gould That’s great. Honey bees and bumbles typically won’t pollinate trees. Mason and American bees will. Masons are usually spring bees. So most are already moving back into hibernation. Remember to give them both a water and mud source.
Susan Stocker They do pollinate each other. Some growers recommending planting a Crab Apple tree in between apple trees as bees love them and it helps pollination all around. Here's a cool link that you can check for all sorts of information on fruit trees
orangepippintrees.com/polli...
Ryan Bruss Thank you @susanstocker!!! That's a super helpful resource.