- Temperatures begin to get colder and lawns will begin to go dormant. It is a good idea to apply a winter fertilizer to keep your lawn healthy over the winter months.
- The best time for pruning is late summer for blooming shrubs (i.e. Crape Myrtle and Rose of Sharon)
- Remove and separate iris.
- Make sure you water your lawn, trees, and shrubs at least once a week.
- January and February are best for major pruning and thinning of shrubs and trees.
- Get the pre-emergent fertilizer on your lawn by mid March to help with the early spring weeds.
- Get your lawn de-thatched before it starts to green up. This service should only be done in the spring.
- We recommend power raking every 2-3 years depending on the lawn and type of grass.
- Get your lawn aerated in the spring or fall. Spring is best to allow water and fertilizer to get into the ground.
- You can generally prune roses as early as February or March depending on the weather. It is best to wait to plant roses after April 15th which is approximately the last frost date.
- Check through irrigation system and make ready for spring.