Prepping for a new season!
After a tough year, the warm weather will bring us some much-needed relief.
It’s never too early to start planning your spring landscape. Here are some tips to help you get started.
- Take a walk around your yard and assess the general condition of your landscape. Make a checklist of what your landscape needs are.
- Pruning is a large part of yard maintenance, especially in spring. Keep your yard and garden looking fresh by cutting back dead stems.
- Cut back your ornamental grasses and start pruning roses, blooming shrubs, and fruit trees.
- Rake out dead leaves and twigs that accumulated over the winter. Remove debris that has accumulated in your garden and pond.
- Keep an eye out for weeds. You don’t want them sprouting and taking over your landscape.
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