Good Artistascapes Review

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Old 06-16-2018, 07:55 AM
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If you do a search on this forum you get some pretty poor reviews for Artistascapes. However recently they seem to be much improved. Here in Phillips Villas they’ve probably done landscaping in half of the homes and, in my opinion, their work beats out all the other landscapers who did work here. I wish they would have done our place but we went with someone else that was just ok. We could have gotten much more for our money with Artistascapes. Our landscaper put in a robellini and it looked like hell after the cold winter. Since we didn’t want to go through another winter protecting the robellini from frost and getting stabbed by the long thorns even while wearing gloves, we had Artistascapes take out the robellini and put in a European Fan Palm for a very reasonable price of $300. As a caution with Artistascapes, if you hire them it may take them longer to get to your job than they estimated but the price is right and their work, at least in Phillips Villas, can’t be beat. I believe they are pretty well booked up through July. However as mentioned in other posts I wouldn’t pay up front to any contractor.
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Old 06-16-2018, 07:29 PM
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The European Fan Palm is great for our climate. Will handle 20 deg or colder.
They top out at about 15 ft, so they're easy to trim yourself.
I found a good size one at Lowes for $65
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