Once the weather warms up a bit and the snow melts, winter is a great time to prune. Below is a great video on how to prune your trees the right way and not kill your tree. It’s a lengthy video but well worth your time. He goes into great detail how to do it and why. I recommend you watch the video to take the best care of your trees! And if you’re not sure you can do it or don’t have the right tools, I recommend you hire a professional to prune your trees.
It’s easy to forget to winterize your irrigation systems, but failing to do so is a common cause of irrigation system repair. Here are 3 reasons why you should.
This should’ve been posted on the site months ago, but better late than never right? In the colder parts of the country, I hope you’ve already winterized your sprinkler system. If you haven’t, I’d suggest doing so. It can keep you safe from the items in this article. The warmer climates can probably ignore this article.
See on www.landscapeeast.com
Containers don’t have to be restricted to the patio when landscaping your garden. This article discusses using containers to create garden ‘rooms’ and add architectural interest.
A great way to decorate your yard and inside your house.
See on www.hgtv.com
“Once the first official frost is no longer a threat, don’t you just want to run out into your yard and start spring landscaping?”
“Now that spring is here, gardening, landscaping and increasing your curb appeal is on most people’s minds. Depending on your geographic location and what type of soil and plants are native to your region will steer you in the right direction for your home.”
Now that the cold weather is almost past us, here are 10 great tips to help you get started with your landscaping.
See on freshome.com
Don’t let your vegetable garden fade away at the end of summer. With a little planning, you can keep growing and harvesting vegetables well into the holidays. Here are tips for what to plant, when to plant and how to plant a fall vegetable garden.
See on gardening.about.com
Fall is the best time of year to fertilize Colorado’s bluegrass lawns…
See on www.ext.colostate.edu
Fall lawn care tips at HouseLogic give you practical advice about aerating, seeding, fertilizing, and mulching to keep your lawn in prime shape.
See on www.houselogic.com