Protecting your plants for winter
We are starting to feel some cold weather in Massachusetts. And to think, it's going to get much colder in the coming months! While frigid temps, heavy snow and ice that are typical of New England winters will cause some damage to our plants, it is possible to minimize damage. Here are a few of our suggestions:
Schedule you fall cleanup NOW!
This fall has been so good to us so far. The leaves are just stunning and the temperatures have been pretty mild. We highly recommend that if you like getting your hands in the soil, you take advantage of this time to get outside and plant bulbs for spring and summer blooms next year.
If you're looking at your property and feeling overwhelmed by the leaves and debris that seem to carpet the ground, consider hiring the pros for a fall cleanup. A professional landscaper typically has a crew of professional landscapers and high-quality, commercial equipment to get the job done quickly and hassle-free.
Fall cleanups include removal of all brush and debris, trimming of trees and shrubs, leaf blowing and removal, lawn mowing and edging, weeding, thatch removal, watering of plants/trees, and garden bed clean-out. Even though there are still leaves to fall from the trees, we recommend you call to schedule a fall cleanup, as we book up fast. Get your preferred fall cleanup date by calling us at 774-284-1171.
If you're an avid gardener, you can use this checklist to help ensure you get through all the fall gardening tasks to give you a gorgeous garden next spring.
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