Introducing Coastal Mirage

Coastal Mirage Landscapes, Inc. is a professionally staffed, cost effective, full service landscape maintenance company created to serve Orange County’s condo, co-op, homeowners and government associations.

 

Formed by a team of people who understand the requirements of community association developments, Coastal Mirage Landscapes prides itself in customer satisfaction. Our focus on quality and productivity is carefully balanced with budgetary and environmental concerns. We can serve you in the preparation of new lawns, sprinkler design, installation and repair, replacement of your annual color sports and removal of existing lawns, plants and shrubs.

Coastal Mirage Special Services

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  • Free 24 Hour emergency response
  • One Day response to workorders
  • Unlimited on-site walkthroughs
  • Detailed itemized billings
  • Uniformed and permanent crew members
  • Bilingual supervisors
  • Water usage reports
  • Annual colorspot and bare area improvement design consultation
  • Homeowner board meeting attendance
  • Member CAI

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Company Profile

Active Owner Involvement

We’re pleased to announce that 2002 marks the 10th Anniversary of Coastal Mirage Landscapes, Inc.! The owner and General Manager of CML, Joe Malagon, holds a C 27 contractor’s license and has been in the industry 14 years.

Joe truly enjoys the challenge of turning around a new client’s property – taking it from really poor condition and nurturing the property to something which residents and management are proud of. He inspects and attends “walk-throughs” for Coastal Mirage projects, when requested, to ensure the highest possible standards are maintained. Any concerns of our customers are addressed promptly!

Rachel Malagon, CML’s Office Manager, is a Certified Arborist from Atlanta, Georgia. Her 20 years experience and intense knowledge help keep the company running smoothly.

MULTI-LEVEL CLIENT CONTACT
With a staff of 50 employees comprising our team – from English speaking supervisors to experienced office administration – we ensure that all contacts, from homeowners to board of directors, are handled appropriately.

MEMBER CAI
Our affiliation with the non-profit Community Associations Institute provides us with a network of leading community management professionals for expert advice on association issues.

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FAQ’s

Introduce color into your landscape for a powerful statement!

There are many ways to introduce color – flowering trees, a range of blooming shrubs as well as perennial gardens easily fit into nearly any landscape design. Landscape knowledge and good planning are keys to a successful landscape project.

First determine where you will get the most impact! Consider the impact from inside the building as well as the exterior enjoyment. Keep in mind that you need to find the right plant for the right place.

Probably the most crucial factors are the amount of direct sunlight the site will receive – the more sunshine; the more possibilities you will have – and soil preparation, especially in the case of bedding plants. The magic potion is organic matter. A good quality compost will make your flowers bloom. For a guideline of which nutrients you’ll need, you should know the pH of your soil so that lime or sulfur can be added if necessary. A balanced fertilizer with a combination of slow- and quick- release nitrogen will ensure that your flowers will be off to a good start.

After planting, water thoroughly, but gently. Blasting them with a hose will result in shock and slower establishment. To prolong the life of your flowers, you need to “deadhead” them occasionally. After you deadhead, give the plants a small shot of balanced fertilizer in hopes of another round of blooms. Be sure to wash off the leaves for best results.

The above are reprinted portions of an Irrigation & Green Industry article by Helen M. Stone, board member of the Western Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture.

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Coastal Mirage Landscapes, Inc.
26362 Via De Anza
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
CA License # 650148

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