Property Flora Inspections

Nature’s Access Property Inspections:

You know how important it is to have a home inspected for possible defects. Buyers have a piece of mind knowing they are buying a quality product. Sellers who know ahead of time can make needed repairs to make sure they get the most out of their investment.

The same can be said about the property. Give your buyers and sellers the opportunity to know what is on the property they are buying or selling.

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Stinging Nettle

There are numerous wild plants and fungus that are very dangerous. Especially for children and small pets.

Plants such as:

Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac, Hogweed, Wild Parsnip, and Angelica can cause extreme dermatological outbreaks or photodermatitis burns.

Plants such as:

Pokeweed, Nightshade, and Lily-of-the-valley can cause extreme illness and have led to death. 

Plants such as:

Poison Hemlock is deadly poisonous where death is not only possible but inevitable.

I have discovered many of these plants on the edges of lawns, ditches, around trees and gardens. Both in the rural and urban settings.

I have also found many useful, edible and medicinal plants as well.

Give your office a selling edge by offering to your buyers or sellers a property inspection. Each property inspection will include photos/common names/scientific names of dangerous plants found as well as a location description. The dangers will be explained as well as recommended actions. All reports will be sent via email.

Clients can add a useful plant report outlining edible, medicinal, and otherwise useful plants.

Each report will include photos/common names/scientific names and their uses.

Some clients may wish to have the plants pointed out to them in person. That would be no problem. They are welcome to accompany me during the inspection or I can return for a very reasonable fee.

Fees are based on distance and property size and can be paid by the seller/buyer/broker.

Contact for pricing.

Every effort will be made to be as complete as possible. Due to the nature of wild plants, it is possible to miss plants that were hidden or yet sprouted. Client can send photos of plants, via email, they find on their property for free identification and report for one year. There is no guarantee suggested or implied that every species will be found at time of inspection, return trip or anytime. There are over 3,000 species of plants known to be in Michigan and thought to be well over 1,000,000 species of mushroom’s. No one person can identify all of them. What we don’t know, we will research. The findings will be in the report. 

Property inspections begin May 1st and run through Sept 30th.

Contact Information

Attention Home Owners!!!! You don’t have to be selling to get one of these reports. If you are interested in what is on your property, contact us at the above email or fill in form above.