Spring is in the air - Are you ready?
Although it is still quite chilly outside there are plenty of plants getting ready for the spring. Today on our walk through the MetroParks we actually came across quite a few fresh plants popping out of the ground!
March is a great month for trimming, tidying, and cleaning up all the branches that fell this past winter. It is also a great time to cut back your ornamental grasses.
Most roses appreciate a good pruning now, too. Consult a good rose book for the best methods to trim your type of rose since timing and methods vary widely with individual cultivars. Floribunda, hybrid tea, climbing, shrub and miniature roses all have different care guidelines.
Many trees and shrubs can be pruned in March, too. Fruit trees, evergreens, many deciduous trees, raspberry canes, grapevines and more can all be trimmed and shaped before new growth begins. Not sure what you should be cutting, give us a call, we'd be happy to give you a hand.
Get a jump on the season by edging and weeding your beds. Digging and teasing out weeds now when they are small, will save you hours of weeding in the summer heat. Cutting in a neat edge on your garden beds also slows weeds' progress and gives your landscape a neat, professional appearance.
Too busy to take care of all that mowing and edging? Custom Cut Landscape can take care of all your lawn care needs. From mowing and trimming, edging, mulching and much more we are ready to help. Your lawn will look great so when you have a few precious free moments you can enjoy your lawn instead of laboring over it.
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