With summer heat evolving into fall; September is a time of the changing seasons. Now is a great time for any late season landscape additions and to start planning for winter.
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Lawns and flowers need about 1 inch of water a week so depending on rain, water as necessary. Plants in containers may need to be watered once a day, and maybe twice. Cut annuals back by one third or two thirds to encourage fuller growth and more blooms. Take...
Spring is in the air…..maybe. Regardless of what the weather might be doing there is no denying that spring will be in full force soon if not already here. It’s time to get dirty in the landscape.
The time to socialize on your paver patio and in your landscaping has come to an end. Here are a few things to work on in the winter months.
The growing season for your garden and landscaping is almost over but there is more to do in the garden, landscape, and yard before the snow comes.
List of things to get done this October.
The growing season has arrived! As the days warm up, the opportunities to work and play in your landscaping are getting more consistent.
The heat is here and your landscaping and flower gardens are filling in. This is the time of year to keep up on landscape maintenance and make plans for your landscape and lawn care while you are away for any upcoming vacations.
It still may be cold out but the days are getting longer and spring is inching closer. Winter Landscaping is just code for the time of year to get excited about the spring landscaping season. Start getting ideas for water gardens, rock gardens, landscape structures,...
List of things to get done this November.