Ways To Spruce Up Your Landscaping this Michigan Spring
The days are starting to get longer and the weather outside is getting warmer. You can hear the birds chirping their merry tones and can feel the growing aura of flowers around you. Winters might have been long and tiring, but the light at the end of the tunnel is here, and spring season has us all singing lullabies of hope.
While spring gives everyone a fresh opportunity to restart everything, it is the perfect opportunity to spice up your landscaping endeavors and have fun in the sun, while you’re at it.
Since most homeowners are often clueless when it comes to spring landscaping, we have got them on our radar with this article listing tips on how you can spruce up your spring landscaping tips. Go through the article and make spring great for everyone.
Inspect Trees and Shrubs
The winters are justifiably hard on the trees and shrubs on your yard. You might take that towering tree in your yard for granted, and might overlook it, but the fact of the matter is that it deserves attention as well.
It is of paramount importance for you to inspect all of your trees and shrubs once the winters have passed away, so that they can come back to their glory in the spring season. Have an experienced professional come over to your home for the inspection, so that you don’t miss out on any important detail.
Fertilize the Lawn
The next most important item on your list should be to fertilize the whole lawn before the flowers start blossoming. Winter, with the snow and all the harsh winds, can have a deteriorating impact on the soil in your lawn. The compositional changes can often times lead to snow saturation, which might require the addition of a fresh layer of fertilizer for added impact.
Prepare Your Mower
You cannot just step into the spring season without getting all of the electrical equipment required for the yard maintained as well. The lawnmower is of utmost importance for maintaining the look of your yard, which is why you should have it maintained and prepared beforehand.
The spring season might soon require you to get the mower out and to start cutting the overgrowing grass in the yard. However, if the mower hasn’t been maintained, it will fail to start on time.
The irrigation, or the sprinkler, system in your yard should be checked immediately after the winters go, and the first morning of spring season dawns upon you. Have your sprinkler system checked for flaws, and also have minor additions made to the system to ensure that all plants and trees are getting sufficient water this season.
Interested in help from our landscaping experts at Fresh Cut Lawn and Landscape? Our experts are standing by waiting to assist you in improving your landscaping this upcoming Michigan Spring! We can be reached at (586) 739-6646 or (248) 650-3600.