Whether you have your property cared for by a professional or not, chances are, you want plants that look great and perform well without a tremendous amount of upkeep. You don’t want to choose plants that need an overwhelming amount of care and that will struggle in your landscape unless perfectly maintained.
Mild winters might be nice if you’re someone who doesn’t like the cold but they can definitely have an impact on your South Riding, VA landscaping in a variety of ways—some of which you might deem problematic. Being “ahead of schedule” may not only mean early grass growth and early blooming of some of your landscape plants, but it can also mean the unwanted appearance of weeds and pests.
If you’re looking to hire a South Riding, VA landscaping company, you might have already realized just how many landscapers there are to choose from. While searching for the right company can be a lot of work, it’s worth it so that you ultimately end up with the best service.
If you’re in the market to hire a landscape company, you’ve probably realized how much work is involved in the research process alone. Searching for a landscape company can be an exhausting process of reading online reviews, asking for referrals, and perusing websites. But it’s important to put in that due diligence.
Are you wondering whether lawn aeration for your Ashburn, Aldie, or Leesburg, VA home is something that you need? You may be unsure as to whether aeration is going to make a big impact on your lawn or not. The last thing that you want to do is waste your time or money.
If you’re not familiar with the term, lawn aeration is the process of producing small holes by pulling ½” x 2”-3” plugs throughout the lawn. This allows more water, oxygen, and nutrients to penetrate the soil and get down to the root zone, where they’re needed most. As a result, roots are able to grow deeper giving you a healthier lawn.
Come fall, it’s easy for any landscape to start looking a bit unkempt. Your yard may appear littered with fallen leaves and branches, have messy ornamental grasses or shrubs that look overgrown, or have plant beds that could use a fresh coat of mulch.
Even so, as the weather cools off and you’re probably spending less time in your yard, you might have thought about just putting off any landscaping services for your Ashburn, Aldie, or Leesburg, VA home until the spring.
Unfortunately, failing to perform some fall landscaping cleanup can leave you with such a mess in the spring that it’s much more time-consuming and costly when you do get around to landscaping.
These days everyone is looking for hacks that make life easier. A quick online search of “life hacks” reveals everything from how to start a conversation to getting stains out of clothing or even how to store items around your house more wisely.
Of course, there are also plenty of landscaping hacks out there. You may have heard of some of them or possibly even tried a few. While everyone likes a simple solution, the problem with a lot of landscaping hacks is that they’re really just shortcuts. And when you take shortcuts with your landscape, it’s usually at an expense.
A well-cared-for lawn that is receiving everything it needs is typically also a lush and thriving lawn. It’s a lawn that is so green it makes all the neighbors wish theirs looked that good!
While that sounds wonderful, and you’d like to have a lawn like that, the trouble is, it takes a lot of time and energy to reach that level. And chances are, you probably don’t have the time needed to get your lawn in that kind of shape. These days, “free time” is something that very few people have.
Chances are if you’re someone that enjoys spending time outside and using their lawn as much as possible, then you can’t stand seeing spring lawn weeds pop up. They’re an eyesore and an embarrassment. You don’t want to have the yard on the block that looks like it’s uncared for.
While you can’t stand weeds, you may not want to spend a lot of time working on your lawn. You have better things to do than to spend your free time trying to troubleshoot weed problems. This may lead you to search for a lawn care company who can handle lawn weed control for you. And if you consider using a pro, you should be able to feel confident that they will use the right products at the right times—and will get the job done.