With warmer temperatures on the way and winter in the rearview mirror, it’s time to get your landscape in shape for the spring. This season is pivotal in the landscaping world, and the right approach can completely alter desired effects within your landscape. Listed in this blog are some helpful ideas to get your surrounding landscape ready for the upcoming spring season.
Assess Winter Damage
Before you start spring landscaping, you should survey the area to see any signs of damage caused by winter elements. Broken tree limbs, browning plants, and holes in your lawn can all be telltale signs of damage that will require some fixing. As always, you can rely on the team at The Landscape Design Center for your landscaping needs.
Clean Your Garden
A simple way to spruce up your landscape is by cleaning your garden beds by removing dead plants, dead leaves, and even weeds. It’s an easy way to make your lawn look cared for and can help to increase your home’s overall curb appeal.
If you didn’t prune your trees in winter, you should probably do so in spring. Spring landscaping allows trees to produce new limbs. You must remove diseased or damaged branches to keep your trees healthy. It helps keep away pests like unwanted insects and prevents injury, as downed chapters can end up hurting someone.
Fertilize Your Lawn
One of the benefits of spring is lush, beautiful, green lawns sprouting back up. Pre-emergent control can also help prevent unsightly weeds from growing on your property. Just make sure you use pre-emergent products before you do any mulching to your surrounding landscape.
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