Have you ever wondered how your neighbors yard looks so great,

has so few weeds and just looks overall better than yours?

Now is the time to lay the groundwork for a healthy yard during the warmer months.

Give your yard a leg-up this year by following these landscape tips for spring in the months.

Landscape Tips for Spring

Pruning: Now is the time to prune back all those ornamental grasses to the ground. Summer flowering trees and bushes can be thinned out if you see a lot of overcrowding. Broad-leaf evergreens will benefit from a good trimming of dead branches caused by winter damage.

Edging: Edge your planter beds, creating a defined space for mulch to be contained throughout the growing season.

Mulching:  A fresh coat of mulch on the beds to help prevent weed growth and retain moisture in the beds during the dryer months.

Weed Control: Apply a pre-emergent to prevent weeds from coming up through the new mulch and blemishing your beds.

Fertilizing: A well balanced fertilizer will help plants off to a good start this growing season.

Turf Management: Like plants, grass needs to be nourished as well. The type of applications you should use will depend on the type of grass you have and the region you are in.

Hardscape Care: Walkways, patios, driveways, decks, pool decks and any other hard surfaces you may have should be blown off and washed down to remove the winter grit. Depending on the type of hardscape material you have installed, you may want to look into resealing for continued protection.

If you would like a quote or a little more information, send us your question to learn more.

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