Get a Head Start on Planning Your Spring Garden

If you enjoy gardening, the winter months can be a bit of a bummer. The trees in your yard are mostly bare and your once vibrant garden looks dead and sparse. If you are dreaming about your spring garden during these winter months there is some good news. You can get a head start on planning your spring garden now and once it warms up you can get straight to work. The steps you can do now include prepping the area, making a plan for weed and pest control, and choosing the plants that will work best for your spring garden.

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Now is the Time to Start Planning for Your Spring Garden

Winter is a great time to start planning your spring garden. The slowdown in lawn and garden tasks has (hopefully) freed up a little bit of your time. Take some of that extra margin and start thinking about your goals for your garden and lawn in the spring. Do you want to plant a vegetable garden? Have you been dreaming about a flowerbed full of color that lasts all season long? Do you want to add foundational plants to your flowerbed or yard? Each one of these tasks take planning if you want optimal results. Get started now and you will be ready to jump back into gardening once spring rolls back around.

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Keep Your Garden Healthy as Fall Turns into Winter

Fall starts showing changes in the condition of your trees and grass. The bright spring and summer colors start to change to the warm colors of fall. Eventually, most of the colors fade into the bare winter landscape. The changes in the colors accompany changes in the weather. If you have a garden, you recognize that as fall turns into winter the needs of your garden also change. You can keep your garden healthy as fall turns into winter by clearing the fall debris, keeping an eye out for potential issues, and getting rid of last season’s dead plants.

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Reasons to Invest in Professional Gardening Services Even if You Have a Small Yard

Professional gardening services may seem like something that is reserved for businesses and people who have extremely large yards. The reality is, however, that homeowners with yards of all sizes use professional gardening services. You can benefit from professional gardening services – even if you have a small yard. There are (at least) four reasons that you should invest in professional garden services no matter what size yard you have: pests are persistent, weeds will keep coming back, tree care can be complicated, and you have other things to do.

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Why are the Plants in My Summer Garden Dying?

It takes time, effort, and money to plant a garden that you can enjoy throughout the summer. It can be very disappointing and frustrating if those plants start to die off. If the plants in your summer garden are dying there are a number of potential reasons why. They may need more water, better soil, a different climate, or protection from threats such as disease and pests.

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