Seasonal Landscaping Tips

Here are a few things you can do, or we can do for you, that will help keep your property looking its absolute best.

January

  • Leaf removal
  • Prune Crepe Myrtle's
  • Prune Ornamental grass
  • Cut back Lirope
  • Prune underneath trees to maintain height

February

  • Complete leaf cleanup
  • Prune Roses
  • Post-emergent weed control
  • Continue January schedule

March

  • Apply mulch and/or pine straw
  • Scalp warm season turf
  • Fertilize trees and shrubs

April

  • Flower installation
  • Start irrigation
  • Begin lawn maintenance

May

  • Continue flower installation
  • Dead head seasonal flowers
  • Mulch
  • Prune shrubs
  • Begin fertilization

June

  • Continue lawn maintenance
  • Inspect shrubs and trees
  • Add mulch or fertilizer to seasonal flowers

July

  • Monitor irrigation
  • Continue pruning
  • Continue lawn maintenance

August

  • Post-emergent treatments
  • Fertilization of warm season turf

September

  • Aeration/overseeding of fescue turf
  • Pruning shrubs and trees
  • Lawn maintenance

October

  • Start leaf removal
  • Fall seasonal flowers installed
  • Continue aeration and overseeding
  • Get ready for Halloween and Georgia v. Florida

November

  • Continue leaf removal
  • Shut down irrigation
  • Fertilize fescue turf
  • Continue lawn maintenance

December

  • Leaf removal
  • Flower maintenance with addition of mulch to flowers
  • Cut back ornamental grass
  • Apply lime to warm season turf
  • Prepare for Santa Claus

 

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