More than smart investing & honest advice, we're with you every step of the way.

Home >  Blog >  Gardening


Posted by Frank Gasper on 9 July 2017

Landscaping 101 - not to be confused with Gardening. 

In the past a wonderful past time that entailed moving of boulders and earth, gravel and shrubs, concrete argh, argh, argh, as Tim the Toolman used to say. Now at 54 yrs old, nope. Not doing it. As much as I'd love to play with heavy equipment and move massive amounts of stone and take pride in the completed work - which I am, I cannot do it. The neighbours are tired of the mess because all of this work is now at the front of the house. I am tired because on top of the wonderful families I look after, I must also look after my own. Time is something very precious and now it is time to focus on other things for I am not a landscaper. I am a financial advisor. I like gardening and I intend to have a wonderful and stunning garden, but I cannot, at the moment anyway, do what a landscaper will do in a week, take all summer and maybe part of the fall to do.

Here are a couple of pics from the old house. I intend to have some at this house but not all, please feel free to share gardening stories, I enjoy seeing and sharing gardening tips and as well shrubs and perrenials that we must split from time to time!!


Frank GasperAuthor: Frank Gasper
About: Frank Gasper is an experienced financial advisor who provides ongoing advice and education about personal finance to clients in Brampton and surrounding areas. He offers investment and insurance options tailored to his client's individual goals and ethics and provides thorough life and retirement plans. Best of all, there's no need to leave your home - he comes to you.
Connect via: Twitter LinkedIn

Sign up to learn more
about finances

For easy to understand education and tips on managing your finances, sign up here.

More than smart investing and honest advice,
we're with you every step of the way.

Contact Frank

Call today for a Consultation


Bookmark SiteTell a FriendPrint