Fall is in full swing. The trees are changing, the days are cooler, and the lawn is covered in leaves. Take a look at this months landscaping checklist to see what should be done this month around the house.
Fall Landscaping Checklist
Start a compost pile
With all the abundant leaves covering your lawn and landscape, start a compost pile that can be used to help plant a vegetable garden next spring or even help you nourish your landscape.
Plant those springtime bulbs
Start planting any springtime bulbs you may have so they have time to get rooted into the soil and find the nourishment they need. Be sure to water them right away by watering them before you back fill them!
Move your household plants back in
Now that the nights are longer and the temperatures are lower, it is time to bring in your household plants that were out for the summer. Once you bring them in, it will be normal for them to lose a few leaves. Don’t worry too much, just make sure you check for pests regularly to ensure the plant’s health.
Check recently planted plants and trees for moisture
Fall is a great season to plant new shrubs and trees that you want to have bloom in the spring. Make sure they are adequately watered so they can survive the winter.
Here’s your fall checklist. Did we miss anything? If you’re looking to plan your landscape for next year, reach out to Gary. He’d love to hear what ideas you have and see how we can make your dreams a reality.