April Showers Bring May Flowers But Freezes & Heavy Rains Kill Blossoms Before May

April Showers Bring May Flowers But Freezes & Heavy Rains Kill Blossoms Before May

  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,…

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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?

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…

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Why You Need to Add Landscape Enhancements to Your Central VA Property

Why You Need to Add Landscape Enhancements to Your Central VA Property

  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…

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Tips to Avoid Frost Damage to Your Landscape

Our landscape management services take us to a lot of commercial properties around our area and we always get the same question from our clients when it starts to get colder, “How do I protect my plantings at home?”. whether it is a late fall chill or early spring freeze, a little frost can be deadly to many plants. Tender seedlings, newly planted flowers, shrubs and trees and even established plants in areas that are not used to cold are at risk when the temperatures dip. Fortunately, there are easy steps you can take when a cold front approaches to be sure your plants stay toasty warm.

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