Spring Landscaping

When you think of spring, what comes to mind? April showers bringing May flowers or getting out into your yard to begin your spring landscaping. This could be the time for sprucing up your yard or redoing the entire yard. Take a few minutes and walk around your property. What are the areas that need some help? Is it something that you would want to do, or would you rather hire professionals to give you the look you want? Whichever you choose, it is always best to consult with professionals. While there may be catalogs that offer outrageously cheap choices for bulbs, seeds and bushes, it is important to realize that they are nationwide. You local garden shop and landscapers will be able to fit the right plants into your area. A perfect rose that may grow well in Atlanta, may not succeed in Portland and vice versa. Your local garden shop will have the knowledge to guide you to the right choices.

You have to choose the right materials for your spring landscaping. It should be materials from only the most reliable suppliers. Don’t try to save too many dimes with your spring landscaping. It is important to be sure that you have materials that will carry you through spring and into summer. An example of good landscaping is that which looks as good in July as it does in April.

Will the bulbs that you planted in fall give you the look you want for your spring landscaping? They will if you received the correct advice before you dug the first hole. You can have an array of perennials surrounding your green carpet of grass that will have the neighbors pausing to take a look.

Local landscapers are familiar with the effects of local weather conditions and can advise you and ultimately save you money. This will happen after you plant the correct materials in the correct location at the correct time. Spring landscaping takes skill and prowess. It also takes a lot of energy. it will set the mood for the rest of the year.

As you walk out on your deck, what do you see? Is it a sight that makes you smile, pat yourself on the back and know it was a job well done, or does the view need some help? Perhaps you have done it all alone and exhausted your personal knowledge of spring gardening. The effects are not what you expected but you aren’t sure what to do. The thing to do is consult with the professionals.

Spring gardening will be a lot more rewarding if you do it correctly. Consulting with professionals can make that happen. Advice is free. By engaging professional landscapers into your spring landscaping plans you will have a yard and garden that will grow and thrive.

Maintenance of your spring garden is vital. You will need to keep the lawn mowed and edges sharp. Your lawn and shrubs need to be fertilized and weeds need to kept under control. Walkways and patios need to be cleaned and leaves need to be removed. Your sprinkler system may need some maintenance. There is a lot to be done and not everyone has the energy or the desire to do it themselves. Help is available.