Now that March is almost over, you have probably set your alarm clocks in advance and your mind is already heading to springtime. However, before you can really relish and relax at your property during the warmer seasons, you need to do a few chores that are prepared for you to welcome the springtime properly. Cleaning during the springtime does not only apply to the interior of your house. There are the following steps you should consider so that your commercial and residential landscaping will look its best during this season. Provided such idea, Superiorscape would want to provide businesses and property owners the following checklist you can do while you execute spring cleaning:
After a cold and lengthy winter season, you will tend to get some plants that have either dead or brown leaves. If this is your case, now is the best time to remove such leaves. Trimming them can encourage strong development all throughout the entire plant.
As soon as you have completed pruning, now is the perfect time to start cleaning and aerating your soil. If you try to loosen up the earth and soil that surrounds your plants, you are actually promoting the entire soil’s overall health.
Bid farewell to debris and leaves
After several months of rain and snow, it has possibly left debris and leaves all over your home and landscape. Quite most of it would be simple to spot. However, other leaves tend to be more challenging to remove. Make sure to inspect under shrubs that appear larger. Think about utilizing a leaf blower for you to get debris and leaves out especially those in narrow places.
Consider edging your plant/flower beds
If you consider edging your plant/flower beds, you are considered as a homeowner who tries to define your landscaping areas. Also, you are ensuring that your artificial grass is not getting across on your bed areas. This step is actually one of the most essential parts as you clean up for spring.
Mulch your plants
The best season to take some time to place fresh mulch all over your trees and plant/flower beds would be springtime. Mulching your plants can aid your soil to keep and maintain moisture as it minimizes runoff and secures soil from the sun.
Prior to the usage of fertilizers for your lawn, you need to ensure that your soil was already assessed by a professional. By observing a soil sample, you can actually tell and determine which fertilizer would be best for the requirements of your lawn. With a push spreader, the initial session is amidst February and April, and the second session during late spring amidst April and June. Moreover, you can opt to place down pre-emergent weed control and crabgrass as you lay down some fertilizer.
If you happen to be a property owner who wants to have a healthy environment in your property or landscape, just contact us for some landscaping assistance.