Winter weather can be beautiful, and it is excellent for skiing and snowboarding, but it wreaks havoc on your landscapes and lawn. As Snow begins to melt, the cleanup of your landscapes should begin. As Spring begins, the time for landscape cleaning and maintenance is now! Huskie’z Landscaping provides complete Spring landscaping services to ensure your property is beautiful and ready for the blooming of your plants, trees, and shrubs.
Flower Bed and Landscape Clean Up
Debris is expected after the Winter. From dead and decaying leaves to branches and other items, your flower beds will look a mess. Taking the proper time to clean your flower beds and landscaped areas will ensure your plants can grow. Debris protects your landscapes, but if left, it can be detrimental to the growth process.
Removing older mulch is important, as it becomes dull and unsightly over the Winter. Once the older mulch is removed, it is a great idea to replace it with new mulch. Mulch is one of the many ways to not only protect your landscapes but to add a bit of personality. Mulch comes in different colors and can be used to add a touch of color to your landscaped areas.
Lawn Clean Up
Lawns require special care. You can not just sit around and hope you have the greenest lawn in the neighborhood. A professional landscaper will be able to check your lawn. They will clean up the debris and check to see if you need fertilizer or aeration.
Tree and Shrub Pruning
Your trees and shrubs will need proper pruning before they begin to grow properly. An unpruned tree or shrub has a hard time with oxygen circulation. That overcrowding can lead to dead limbs and stunted tree and shrub growth.
Check Sprinklers and Drainage Systems
Sprinkler systems should be examined after the Winter to ensure they are in working order. Small parts can break from the freezing temps. Your lawn and landscapes need to be adequately watered, and the best way is with your sprinkler system. Checking your drainage is also incredibly important. Your drainage system will usually be clogged from the Winter. Too much water can kill your plants, shrubs, and lawn.