As climate change wreaks havoc on spring weather, be prepared to protect your tender spring plants. While April showers bring May flowers, the sudden overnight frosts and relentless downpours could kill your plants well before May 1st. How Cold Weather Affects Plants in a Garden or Landscape Property managers and homeowners need to worry about overnight frosts, spring snows,…
It’s March Madness for Spring Blossoms in Richmond, VA: Whose Going to Win the Blossoming Contest in Central Virginia?
It’s March Madness for Spring Blossoms in Richmond, VA: Whose Going to Win the Blossoming Contest in Central Virginia? Who do you think will win this game of blossoming florals on your commercial landscape? While there’s no actual reward for guessing the fastest bloomer, there’s an awakening of spring as your commercial property displays its wonders. This blog post will…
Would you like to add a landscape enhancement to your Richmond, VA property in time for summer? In case you didn’t know, a landscape enhancement includes anything hardscape (such as a patio) or softscape (such as annuals, perennials, shrubs, and trees) that add value to your home. Right now, it’s a seller’s market if you’re thinking about selling your…
Each year, plant producers come out with new plant varieties that make them easier to grow, more resistant to disease, and more drought-tolerant.
And this benefits you, as a home gardener, because you save money and time.
Are you tired of being cooped up and away from family and friends? Then, there’s good news for you. Spring will return, and you’ll be able to enjoy your outdoor living areas and gardens again. Hopefully, you’ll be able to host larger gatherings thanks to the new vaccines.
As you turn the calendar from 2020 to 2021, you can start dreaming about how you want to enhance your backyard living areas. After the winter holidays, call your local landscape designer to make your dreams a reality.
Summer is slowly coming to an end, and fall will be here to dazzle us soon. You want to continue the bounty of summer, but you also know that a frost or two will force your beautiful landscape to go to sleep.
The beginning of September is the perfect time to design your gardens and beds for fall and winter interest.