Spring is officially underway and we want to make sure you have everything you need to make sure you and your landscape are ready for this summer. Naturally as the weather starts to warm up, the checklists get a little longer so we have broken up this month’s list into two weeks so you have time to check everything off. Here are the landscaping tips for the first half of April.
Spring is right around the corner and you need to start thinking about your landscape. We have a couple pointers for you as you start pulling together your tools and plans for the spring. Check them out below.
Believe it or not March is less than a week away and that means that landscaping prep will be starting soon. We want to make sure you have all your landscaping tool lined up and ready before spring is here. Check out these top 5 essential tools you need to have this spring.
With this record breaking snow in Rochester, please stay safe and limit any unnecessary traveling. We do not want to see any one getting hurt.
Stay warm and stay safe!
In a couple of days Valentines day will be upon us and we want to give you just a few pointers as you go out and look for flowers to wow and impress your significant other. Yes we are a landscape contractor, but we want to give you some advice as you approach your florist so you don’t feel as intimidated.
You may feel that in the middle of winter here in Rochester you don’t need to worry about contacting a landscaping contractor and you would be mostly right, but as we mentioned last month, now is the time to start planning for the spring. There is a lot of preparation that needs to go into planning out your landscape, your garden (if you have/want one), and of course your budget. Here are a few items that we feel you should be concerned about this February.
In the dead of winter it is hard to believe that there is beauty in a landscape here in Rochester. After all landscapes are made to be enjoyed in the summer months. Your landscape can add beauty year round to your home if you have the right elements. We want to share with you what a few of those elements are that you want to be sure you have in your landscape for year-round beauty. It may be a little late to implement some of these ideas, but they are ideas to carry into this spring and summer as you plan out your landscaping.
Though it may be the middle of winter here in Rochester, it is time to start to think about starting a garden in the spring. There is a lot of preparation that needs to be done in order to make sure you and your property are ready for a garden. Check out these five hints and tips to learn about what you need to start thinking about now.
Now that we have finally had winter visit us in Rochester, we want to give you all some tips on keeping your paths and driveways clear of snow. There are so many ways to keep it clear, but we want to share with you some best practices. Take a look.
Happy New Year! It looks like winter has finally decided to come to Rochester but that does not mean we can’t give you pointers for your landscape. Even in the cold months there are some things that you want to be watching out for and planning before spring rolls around. Check out this month’s to do list.