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Cool season vegetables like radishes, lettuce, spinach, peas, and broccoli can be planted as soon as the soil can be worked. Cut ornamental grasses back to 2-3 inches of the ground. Prune out dead branches and winter kill.
LANDSCAPE CENTER ARTICLES
Easy Summer Gardening Tips for Beginners
One of our favorite ways to spend our summer evenings is to spend that time in the garden. It’s a great chance to watch the sunset, feel the air get cool around you, and make something beautiful. Gardening isn’t too hard to get into, so even if this is your first year and you don’t know what you’re doing, you…Read More
How to Make Your Backyard More Kid Friendly
Landscaping your home is an incredibly fun, but simultaneously stressful project. There are a lot of different factors to consider, and often you won’t even be able to think of all of them before you start working. Sometimes issues and concerns will present themselves to you as you’re working on the landscaping project. One such concern is making sure that…Read More
Rock Landscaping for Spring
While trees, grass, flowers, and other plants are usually what we think of when we think of nature and landscaping, it is important to remember that rocks are also a part of nature that can be utilized beautifully for a landscape. Rocks add a natural contrast to plants and other greenery, but they are much more durable (an advantage of…Read More
TLC For Your Yard When The Snow Starts Melting
The winter season is a relatively low maintenance season for your landscaping and yard. It can be nice to take a break from maintaining your yard, but now that the snow is all melting and spring is around the corner, it’s time to start paying attention to your landscaping again. Damage control The first thing to do with your yard…Read More