Lawn and landscape maintenance is always weather dependent
Everything we do for our property at different seasons will always benefit the entire picture of your landscape.
Cultural Maintenance: There is an endless list of things that we can do to maintain and increase the health of your lawn and landscape this winter season.
- Protective barriers can still be installed around sensitive shrubbery to eliminate winter burn from winter winds. Mulch can be added to heal in new plantings and also to protect roots from desiccation in reducing water loss.
- During the winter season, alternate traffic patterns on turfgrass during the cold weather to prevent traffic damage for our approaching spring season.
- Late fall and winter are great times to prune evergreens and troublesome or damaged tree branches while protecting against the spreading of disease. Continue brush clean-up after winter storms.
- When heavy snows persist, brush off the heaviness from ornamental plants to prevent winter breakage of limbs and evergreen foliage.
- When salting or deicing hardscapes, be aware of vulnerable turf sights and prevent damaging effects.
- Plan and schedule spring and summer maintenance programs.
- Save on lawn care costs! Now is the best time to save money with the Land Art early payment schedules.