Fall will be here before you know it. This means making sure to utilize proper water management with your fall irrigation system as we change seasons. Proper water management is critical to the vitality of a healthy lawn, but too much water can be bad for your grass — and your wallet. Now that summer is almost over, this is a great opportunity to re-evaluate the frequency of your fall irrigation system and take a closer look to be sure your system is function properly. This can ultimately save money on your monthly water bill be reducing unnecessary consumption. Agscapes Landspcaping has put together a list of fall irrigation tips.
Spring is upon us! This means it is time to feel the warm sunshine and get your hands dirty. Here are few helpful tips for preparing your landscape for Spring, with ways to improve appearance of your property, increase the value of your home and, best of all, make your neighbors jealous!
Pruning roses can be an intimidating task to many gardeners, but it’s actually very good for the plants. While becoming an accomplished rose pruner takes time and practice, keep in mind that it is very hard to kill a rose with bad pruning. There is a great deal of disagreement among rose experts regarding how and when to prune roses, but it is typically agreed that most mistakes will grow out very quickly and its better to make a good effort at pruning roses than to let them grow rampant.
The winter is when the majority of us spend the least amount of time thinking of our lawn. Unless you live in an area that is relatively warm all year long, you’ve probably put the lawn mower away and are ready for a few months of relaxation before you have to start the lawn maintenance routine again.
There are a few things you can do even during the winter that can ensure your yard is beautiful and lush once spring rolls around again.
With winter just around the corner, fall landscaping chores are your last chance to prepare your landscape for the cold weather, and to protect that curb appeal you’ve worked so hard to create. Neglecting your landscape can increase the risk of damage caused by seasonal changes. So grab your tools and get ready to mulch, prune and plant before its too late.
Water is essential to lawns. But an excessive amount or too little can harm them. Running the sprinkler forever sets up the correct conditions for disease. Frequent, light watering causes the grass to grow shallow roots and also sets your yard up for trouble in summer. Here are some easy pointers regarding correct watering.