Pruitt Master Gardeners

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Business Description: Garden Bridges Picnic Tables, Garden Benches and Gliders all handcrafted and custom built for Koi Ponds ,Landscaped Yards. Offering custom woodworking for residential and Business customerson a nationwide basis. Custom building to your specs for your yard, koi pond or garden area. Serving Arkansas, Texas, Tn and nationwide with delivery service and shipping available to your door! We are the original Garden Bridges website online since 1996. We produce garden bridges for Koi ponds, Japanese Gardens, Landscaped Yards and other handcrafted garden decor. We personally custom design and build all our garden bridges, picnic tables and other outdoor structures using only top quality hand selected Eastern Red Cedar, Western Red Cedar or Redwood. Garden Bridges and our outdoor structures are made from other types of quality woods are available upon request. We also offer custom built wood sign with engravings, Cedar Chests and if you have a special request for any custom woodworking project we canhelp you with it!
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Business Description: Cedarbrook Garden Center & Landscaping LLC has 3-5 garden center employees depending on the season. The landscaping department maintains a staff of 3-4 employees. We occasionally sub-contract the services of an excavator. Landscaping billing procedure is typically a percentage down for materials; progress payments if applicable; balance due upon completion. Estimates are always free of charge. Detailed landscape drawings may require a fee but any amount paid would be applied to the cost of the project if accepted by the customer. Mailing address (PO Box 2093, Branson West, MO 65737).
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Recent Review: The initial appraisal was thorough and well laid-out, with color artwork and a description of each plant by species. Installation was good, with hispanic laborers and English-speaking supervisors. All did well in the execution of installation, and the plants are, for the most part, health (the garden ferns are taking their time to perk-up, but it's a cooler-than-average spring here). The only thing missing now is the installation of the fountain pump, which must be a special order from their facility, as it has been a couple of weeks since we last saw them. I feel certain that last part will eventually reach us. In the meantime, the garden is maturing as the days become warmer.
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Recent Review: Eudell, has been cutting and trimming the grass on one and a half acres of lake front property for 3 years now.  He has always responded to my needs and has been adjusts the cost whenever the lake floods. He is the sole worker and is very good at basic cutting and trimming.   He recently purchased a new mower that makes his job of cutting grass easier, this purchase is significant only because of his age.  He will be cutting and trimming until the load takes him home.  If someone is looking for a gardener, they should not call him, But  if someone wants their lawn cut and trimmed.I would strongly recommend that they give Eudell a call
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Recent Review: In November 2009, we contacted Table Rock Gardens for help with rainwater runoff causing erosion of our property.  Troy, the owner came and evaluated the problem, proposed a logical and reasonable solution, but said he was going on his first actual vacation in many years, and would be gone for a week, then would call us with an estimate of the cost of the job.  Weeks passed without contact, so we called him and he told us the estimate and we accepted, but he said his crew was busy and they might or might not get to us before the winter weather set in.  We never heard from him again, so in April 2010 I called the business repeatedly and left messages with his staff for him to call me, but he never returned the call until finally I expressed so much frustration with his office person that he finally did call me.  He apologized profusely and admitted he had "done you(me) wrong", and if we still wanted to go forward with the project, he was ready.  So he and the workers came and dug a trench in front of our carport, piling the dirt/gravel where we did not want it, without asking us where to put it.  They installed concrete blocks in the runoff trench, laid a "French drain" in an extension of the trench, piled some rocks on top of it and called it good.  They poured their excess cement water 3 times in our front yard, creating large gray yucky looking stains, again without so much as a thought of asking us where would be best to dispose of the waste.  When they relaid the natural stone pavers in the driveway, they did an uneven, crummy job.  Overall, it seems they just did the very least they had to do, with no evidence of pride in their work, never consulting us for our preferences, and when we tried to offer them, they only smiled and said, "Don't worry.  We're going to make it look good."  But they didn't, and we had to redo much of the cosmetic work ourselves.    

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AEudell Dalton
Eudell, has been cutting and trimming the grass on one and a half acres of lake front property for 3 years now.  He has always responded to my needs and has been adjusts the cost whenever the lake floods. He is the sole worker and is very good at basic cutting and trimming.   He recently purchased a new mower that makes his job of cutting grass easier, this purchase is significant only because of his age.  He will be cutting and trimming until the load takes him home.  If someone is looking for a gardener, they should not call him, But  if someone wants their lawn cut and trimmed.I would strongly recommend that they give Eudell a call
- Russell K....
CTABLE ROCK NURSERY
In November 2009, we contacted Table Rock Gardens for help with rainwater runoff causing erosion of our property.  Troy, the owner came and evaluated the problem, proposed a logical and reasonable solution, but said he was going on his first actual vacation in many years, and would be gone for a week, then would call us with an estimate of the cost of the job.  Weeks passed without contact, so we called him and he told us the estimate and we accepted, but he said his crew was busy and they might or might not get to us before the winter weather set in.  We never heard from him again, so in April 2010 I called the business repeatedly and left messages with his staff for him to call me, but he never returned the call until finally I expressed so much frustration with his office person that he finally did call me.  He apologized profusely and admitted he had "done you(me) wrong", and if we still wanted to go forward with the project, he was ready.  So he and the workers came and dug a trench in front of our carport, piling the dirt/gravel where we did not want it, without asking us where to put it.  They installed concrete blocks in the runoff trench, laid a "French drain" in an extension of the trench, piled some rocks on top of it and called it good.  They poured their excess cement water 3 times in our front yard, creating large gray yucky looking stains, again without so much as a thought of asking us where would be best to dispose of the waste.  When they relaid the natural stone pavers in the driveway, they did an uneven, crummy job.  Overall, it seems they just did the very least they had to do, with no evidence of pride in their work, never consulting us for our preferences, and when we tried to offer them, they only smiled and said, "Don't worry.  We're going to make it look good."  But they didn't, and we had to redo much of the cosmetic work ourselves.    
- Patsy B....