Caring For Your Lawn In Wet Winter Weather

grass, frost, winter

These are some basic tasks that sharp-eyed homeowners can perform to make sure that their homes and properties are free from the excess pools and puddles that can often overwhelm garden beds and lawns. If homeowners are willing to spend a little time and attention now, they may save themselves a great deal of time and money later. Not sure where to start? Schedule a consult with GreenPro Outdoor Services; we’d be happy to work with you!

January Care

Mugo Pine bathed in morning light after freezing rain in January

It’s a good idea to prune dormant trees and shrubs now, since you will be clearing space for spring growth to occur. Spring-flowering branches should be brought indoors for forcing. If you’re planning on doing spring planting, you might want to sow seeds in indoor flats to start the growth process now. You should keep an eye on your garden for any plants that may have been uprooted by frost heaving. An extra layer of mulch should help restore growth.

New Year New Lawn

white green and brown textile

At GreenPro we’re all about working with our clients to create new surroundings, new outdoor landscapes, new living spaces. We encourage clients not to merely slap down a garden border or a helter-skelter patio, but to really think through how best to make your new space the space you want. The clearer your goals are, the easier it will be for GreenPro to help you implement your dream property. Hilly properties or awkwardly laid-out homes may not be best for that deck you’re dreaming of.

Lawn Edging Materials

Lawn edging can help your property stand out and be the difference between a yard that looks messy and unkempt and a well-tended, relaxing entertainment space. GreenPro has a 360-degree approach to property and landscape design, which means we look at every aspect of our clients’ homestead to see what we can improve.