The recent weather has gone from one extreme to the next. You are confused, and so are your landscapes! Huskie’z Landscaping has some tips to ensure your landscapes stay looking great, even if the weather is not. The winter weather has brought with it the wind, ice melt, and flooding. None of these elements are good for landscapes. Not only could it kill your lawn, plants, and other landscapes, but it could cause flooding. What should your next step be? The best thing to do in this case is calling your local landscaping company.

Call Your Landscape Professional

Your certified landscaping professional will not only be able to explain what should be done, but they will do it for you. With so many different plants contained in your landscapes, it takes different approaches for each type.

Make Sure Your Drainage Systems Are Not Clogged

A clogged drainage system could kill your landscapes, lawn, and possibly flood your home. Your drainage systems were designed to ensure your landscapes are not getting too much water and that your garden does not keep standing water. Standing water can turn your lawn an ugly color and possibly kill patches of your grass.

Check Your Sprinklers

If your sprinklers have been changed from spring to summer, it is important that you contact your landscape company to ensure your plants are getting the proper amount of water. With the recent weather, your plants could be drowning. If so, you might have to deal with root rot and possible death of individual plants.

Keep Your Landscape Company Informed

If your landscapes begin to look worse or become flooded, give them a call. They will be able to come out and determine the problem. They will also be able to ensure your landscapes remain safe during this strange winter weather outbreak.