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‘21 Certificate of Excellence, 2021


Isaiah’s Figtree strives to connect people and plants in ways that are therapeutic, functional, and beautiful while maintaining a respect for life through sustainable gardening practices and ethical business choices. We are specially trained people-plant matchmakers who enjoy gardening in the hardest urban areas and most dreary institutional settings.

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13 hires on Bark
30 min response time

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2 customer reviews

30 November 2020

A delightful experience with owner, Zack Turck, extremely knowledgeable and passionate about the soil, the plants, the artistry. Be inspired!

14 September 2017

This is as good as it gets. I needed a small job done. The small area in front of my brother's grave site at St John's cemetery needed to be planted and maintained. I do not have a car and live about two hours away by public transportation. The work has been beautifully and thoughtfully done by Zack Turck. He has kept in touch and sent pictures after each visit. It is almost like being there. You can judge a company not by how they treat their big customers but by how they treat their small and inconsequential ones. I highly recommend them. More...

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Thank you for the kind words Judy! It's been a pleasure working for you.


Creating healthy, happy environments for life to thrive in.

Observing the great need for people to recognize and enjoy the gift(s) of the natural world.

We consider our work sacred - from the way we treat our plants to the way we treat our customers.


**Pruning of plants on site as necessary

**Cut back spent/browned out growth

**Weeding throughout garden spaces and any containers

**Amend soil beds with compost to nourish the soil so plants will have nutrition in the spring

**Mulching around plants to insulate them through the winter

**Health check up on plants (assess and treat for any infections or infestations)

**Sweep/Blow and General Cleanup

**Prune out any dead, dying, and/or diseased branches

**Thinning overcrowded foliage


**Removal of any unwanted plants popping up in your garden

*Weed whacking or manual pulling of weeds

**Sourcing, Delivering, and Planting garden plants suitable for your garden space

**Sourcing, Delivering, and Implementing garden elements such as compost, soil, seeds, mulch, rock, etc.

**Caring for the garden on a routine basis including weeding, pruning, amending soil with compost and/or fertilizer, planting, mulching, plant treatments, cleanup, etc.

**What plants work best for your indoor space

**Why your current plants aren't thriving

**What your routine plant maintenance should entail

**Sourcing, Delivering, and Planting indoor plants suitable for your space

**Maintaining indoor plants according to their particular needs