Mueller Gardening Services for Alpine

Alpine, Landscaping – Basic (Lawn) and Full (Lawn and Garden) Package Prices

Imagine you hired a Gardening Service that leaves your yard looking fabulous. Imagine not worrying about working in the yard over the weekend. You have come to the right place because we are the Gardening Service you need. Setting up your service is super easy! Just choose your lot size by clicking here and let us know if you want us there every week or every other week. It’s that simple. Or give us a call at 619-440-3762

Our Gardening Service and Landscape Maintenance include:

  • mowing and edging
  • cleaning plant beds
  • trimming bushes and shrubs
  • trimming ground cover
  • pruning low-hanging branches from trees

Mueller Landscape is a full-service landscape maintenance company. We currently offer Gardening ServicesTree TrimmingIrrigation RepairsFertilizing, and one-time Yard Clean-Ups.

Sunset Climate Zone 18 for Alpine Landscaping

An area resident suggested the Alpine community’s name in the 1880s who believed that the environment was similar to her native home in Switzerland. The location of Alpine is not precisely defined since it is an unincorporated area. Alpine is located near the intersection of Alpine Boulevard and Tavern Road, and this is approximately where most maps place Alpine. Kumeyaay tribes are indigenous to the area, and the Ewiiaapaayp Band and Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians are headquartered in Alpine.

Alpine is classified as Climate Zone 18, an interior climate in San Diego County. The primary influence on climate is the continental air mass, though the ocean determines the environment less than 15 percent of the time. Many of the valley floors were once spotted with farms where apricot, peach, apple, and walnut orchards flourished. But the orchards have now given way to homes. The climate supplies enough winter chill for some plants that need it, but it is not too cold (with a bit of protection) for many hardier subtropicals like amaryllis.

It is too hot, cold, and dry for fuchsias but cold enough for tree peonies and apple trees. Happily, it is mild enough for several avocados. Zone 18  never supplied much commercial citrus, but home gardeners who can tolerate occasional minor fruit loss can grow citrus here. Over 20 years, winter lows averaged from 22 to 17°F. The all-time lows recorded by different weather stations in Zone 18 ranged from 22 to 7°F.

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