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Yard Essentials

Landscape Maintenance Inc.

(306) 260-1985

[email protected]

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" Keeping your piece of

the natural world healthy

and radiant since 2009"

It has been a great spring and summer season!  Thank you to our wonderful clients who keep returning each year.  I appreciate and am grateful for your support.  

We are now booking for Fall cleanups.

 Please let me know if you haven't received a snow removal renewal yet.

We are now booking for 2023 yard maintenance, landscaping and pruning. Please email me at [email protected] or text me at (306)260-1985 to get your free estimate!

We look forward to working with you and the assisting the part of nature that surrounds you to be lusciously healthy and beautiful!

~Emily~

At Yard Essentials, we aim to provide quality, reliable

yard care and landscaping services to the folks of Saskatoon.

We strive to create lush, healthy, and beautiful environments in a harsh, urban setting, providing each customer with their own radiant piece of the natural world.

You can rest assured that the Yard Essentials staff will take care of your yard properly.

We are fully insured and licensed.

Please let us know if you have any suggestions on how we can better service your

yard care and landscaping needs as we are constantly learning and adjusting our services to be the best we can.

Something important to consider

There is a lot we can do with our yards to support our environment and our own health.  even small things can make a huge difference. For example, instead of making your whole yard lawn, why not add a border filled with flowers that are attractive to pollinators or even some edible perennials! 

Instead of planting a shrub with inconspicuous flowers, plant a flowering variety to support pollinators - or even go a step further and plant a fruit-producing shrub like a Haskap, Cranberry, or Nanking Cherry that you (or the birds) can enjoy! 

There are quite a few shrubs, perennials, and annuals that are edible.  In fact, many flowers and leaves are edible and a great addition to salads and soups.‚Äč

Something new!

We have created some DIY landscape designs with Food Forestry and Herbalism in mind. 

Check them out below!

Landscape Designs