In spite of the cold weather, there are usually a few nice days that surprise us in March around Green Bay and Appleton. Make the most of those nice days and get a head start on what you can in the landscape with our March landscaping to do list.
Remove leaves and other debris that accumulated over winter.
Cut back and remove stems to any perennials that were left over winter.
Perform outdoor power equipment maintenance; sharpen mower blades, check belts, clean or replace spark plugs in preparation for spring.
You should make plans for mulch top dressing. That means measuring your landscape beds to get an estimate if you plant to do it yourself or contact a professional so you can get on their schedule.
You can calculate and make plans for adding compost or worm castings to your vegetable garden.
You should consult with a professional about treating your Ash trees. Take a look at this article if you need help identifying an Ash tree.
Look for any damage that may have occurred over winter such as; rodent damage, broken branches, damage to patios or walls, plow damage, etc. Then you can start to address those concerns now.