Updated: Jan 13
Winter landscape can look a little abundance of colors and textures in the other seasons. Many plants go dormant when the weather turns cold, leaving a color palette of white, brown & gray. Here's a few tips to help your property shine in every season. Trimming (pruning) back trees & shrubs, removing dead plants from flowerbeds and planters. Gutter cleaning, pressure washing (roofs & siding, decks, driveways, walkways & fences). Wrapping your trees in protective burlap, moving patio furniture and other lawn and garden items into storage. Minimize salt damage on plants and trees by drawing water away from their roots(if possible). Winter is the time to plant bare root plants like fruit trees & hedging. Fence repairs & relocate trees and shrubs. Winter is the best to transplant large shrubs and small trees while they are dormant. Contact us today for any questions or to book an estimate!