Our timelines

The upkeep of a garden is a complex mission taking into account the risk of infection, the coordination of a sprinkler system, getting the trimming timings right and not to mention the changing weather. It therefore requires regular care by a team of professionals

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  • Planner for administering plant health treatments

    TypeTraitementPeriod
    Lawn
    • Weed-killer to prevent crabgrass, clover
    • Fungicide to prevent Fusarium, Dollar spot disease
    • Insecticide to prevent cutworm
    • February, April and June
    • As and when needed

     

    • As and when needed
    Flower beds
    • Fungicide to prevent sooty mould…
    • Insecticide to prevent aphids, scale insects, boudrague insect
    • March and April
    • As and when needed
    Bushes
    • Insecticide to prevent the codling moth
    • Every 3 weeks from March until September/October
    Plane trees
    • Fungicide to prevent powdery mildew and anthracnose
    • Insecticide to prevent tiger mosquito
    • If humid

     

    • April (trunk), July (leaves)
    Pine trees
    • Insecticide to prevent the processionary caterpillar, scolyte insects…
    • september

     

    • March and May
    Palm trees
    • Insecticide to prevent red palm weevil and butterfly infection
    • Fungicide to prevent Fusarium, Gliocladium
    • Every 21 days from March to September / choice of three strategies:
      1. Strategy 1 (Spray)
        Spring treatment from 1st March to 30th June and Autumn
        treatment from 1st September to 15th November, addition of
        nematodes and summer treatment from 1st July to 31st August,
        two applications of insecticide
      2. Strategy 2 (Spray)
        Spring treatment from 1st March to 30th June and Autumn
        treatment from 1st September to 15th November, addition of
        insecticide and no summer treatment
      3. Strategy 3 (injection)
        A phyto-sanitary insecticide treatment that is injected into the trunk
        of the palm tree using emamectin benzoate
        Annual treatment
    Olive trees
    • Insecticide to prevent ants, scolyte insects, scale insects...
    • Fungicide to prevent sooty mould
    • April to October

     

    • After trimming and as and when needed
    Cypress trees
    • aliette
    • anti-acariens
    • After trimming
    • May/June

    * The period for treatments mentioned are indicative only and do not anticipate changes in climate
    * Non-exhaustive list of types, insects and fungi

  • Planner for trimming and shaping your plants and trees

    WinterSpringSummerAutomn
    Pine trees Pine trees   Pine trees
    Oak trees      
    Pome fruit trees
    (apple trees, pear trees..)
    Fruit trees   Stone fruit trees
    (peach trees, prune trees…)
      Palm trees Palmiers Olive trees
      Cypress trees   Cypress trees
      Olive trees Défleurissement vivaces
    (rosiers, agapanthes, acanthes…)
     
    Hedges trimming of hedges   Hedges
    Bushes     Bushes (oleander…)
    Summer flowering plants
    (abelia, budléa, véronique …)
    Spring flowering plants
    (lilac bush, camellia, forsythia bush)
       
    grassy areas      
    Grimpantes
    climbing plantswisteria, jasmine..)

    climbing plantsbougainvillea

    Maitrise des grimpantes
    (glycines, jasmins…)
     
      Citrus    

    * The periods for trimming mentioned are indicative only and do not anticipate changes in climate
    * Non-exhaustive list of plants and trees

  • Planner for use of fertiliser and additives

    WinterSpringSummerAutomn
    Manure
    (flower-beds, trees)
    Grass fertilisers
    (every six weeks)
    Grass fertilisers
    (every six weeks)
    Manure
    (flower-beds, trees)
    Organic fertilisers
    (flower-beds, trees, hedges)
    Nitrogen fertiliser Ammonium nitrate fertiliser
    (if necessary)
    Organic fertilisers
    (flower-beds, trees, hedges)
    Potting soil
    (hydrangeas)
    Dried blood   Potting soil
    (hydrangeas)
      Mineral salts    
      Iron
    (palm trees, citrus trees, floweringplants, climbing plants…)
       

    * The periods for fertiliser use mentioned are indicative only and do not anticipate changes in climate
    * Non-exhaustive list of fertilisers and additives