Most homeowners relax in their landscaping and tree care duties during the cold months of winter. But while you may not yet be ready to plant, mow, or harvest veggies, February can be a great time to handle some important gardening tasks. Here are some to consider.
1. Trim Your Trees
Many trees thrive with winter pruning because they’re dormant compared to the growing season. If your trees have lost their leaves and slowed their growth, now is the time to prune away diseased or broken limbs, thin out the canopy, and shape them how you want. Read More»
Pruning your trees is an important way to protect them during stormy seasons. But while trimming trees in advance of bad weather is important, it can be equally important to do so earlier rather than later. Why? Here are five key reasons why there’s no time like the present.
1. There’s Less Competition
When a storm is on the horizon or one has just passed, tree trimming services will be inundated with property owners who need their help. Read More»
The world begins to turn green again in spring, but sometimes your yard needs a little bit of help to shake off the winter blues. Spring cleanup will give the landscaping a facelift so that everything will be sure to return vibrant and beautiful again.
1. Tree Safety
Trees should be cleaned up and trimmed in early spring. Removing damaged and dead branches ensures they won’t be blown down to cause damage in spring storms. Read More»
When you invest in a piece of commercial property, you may plan on improving it so it attracts visitors and gains value. However, you may need help with some of the improvement projects you plan on undertaking.
You especially might need assistance in upgrading the lawn and garden areas of the property. You can hand off the work of improving these areas to a professional landscape design company.
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Mulch is one of the more basic landscaping tools that a person can use for their property. While it can be effective for helping plants to retain moisture and to keep weeds from germinating, it will need to be used correctly if a property owner is to maximize the results that they get from it.
Spread The Mulch Evenly
A common mistake that homeowners can make when they are attempting to use mulch can be failing to ensure that the layer of mulch is spread as evenly as possible across the area. Read More»