Winter Can Take a Toll on Your Landscaping
Cold weather damage to trees and shrubs can be a slow, subtle process that you may not notice until spring. It’s a good time to take a look for any dead tree branches or plants that have been damaged from heavy snow, ice and wind.
Take a Walk Around Your Property
Since we have another month or so of winter, don’t forget to check your property and make note of any issues that need to be addressed immediately or when warmer weather arrives. And don’t forget to check the masonry work (walk ways, patios, walls). Water can seep in and cause cracks, which can weaken and damage the mortar.
Start Planting Projects and Buying Seeds Now
This is when you should start to think about planting projects and purchasing vegetable and flower seeds. There are so many varieties to choose: Heirloom Tomatoes, Peppers, or something new like a Japanese Sweet Potato. And for flowers: Snapdragon, Sweet Pea or Zinnia all come in beautiful colors. Due to supply shortage issues and demand, buy early so you can get the best variety. And schedule now for any work you would like to have done for spring.
Reach out today, so we can assist with any winter landscape issues and snow plowing/removal needs.
Call Kevin at (203) 622-6070.