- Check your irrigation system for proper operation and coverage.
- Remove any remaining dead or decaying growth from winter damage.
- Fertilize plants and shrubs with a quality organic fertilizer.
After a long winter filled with cold temperatures and brown plants, what are the two main things we all want? Warm sunny days, and green plants!! This series on Getting Ready for Spring will help you cover all the bases when it comes to bringing your landscape out of hibernation. This blog is going to cover one of the “component” sides of your landscape green up.
Let’s start out by defining what we are actually doing with fertilizers and how they can help us. You may have wondered what numbers like 4-2-3, 18-46-0 and 24-8-4 actually mean to you and your landscape.
There has been much ado about proper watering over the last couple of years, and for good reason. While at times it seems that water may be an infinite resource, last summer’s South Texas drought taught us otherwise.
One of the most common questions that I am asked is, “How do I maintain a beautiful lawn?” There are a few simple steps that you can take to turn your landscape into your pride and joy. We will go over some of the easiest steps that can make all the difference.