Fall is right around the corner, but do you know whether or not your landscaping is prepared for it? Well, with this blog you can ensure that you’ll be ready for hot chocolate and all the fun that comes with the changing of the leaves. Are you ready to learn more about preparing your landscaping for fall? Well, let’s get going!
Getting the right tools.
Fall comes with many wonderful things like pumpkin spice products and cool evenings. It also comes with leaves, lots and lots of leaves. Before the leaves fall, you should make sure that you have plenty of plastic bags and a reliable rake. You should also make sure that any fall veggies you have planted are growing properly so that you’re ready for their harvest. You should also make sure that you have your mulch ready because fall is the best time to spread it.
Preparing your landscaping for fall involves a little maintenance.
Before the summer comes to a close, you should make sure that your trees have been pruned and your hedges have been clipped. Summertime is a good time to do this. Fall isn’t so great because pruning is only helpful when you’re still in a growing season. You should also keep up with your watering during the last flash of summer so that your plants can give their best until the end. Fall and winter are going to sap them of their strength, so make sure to buff them up with plenty of water and nutrients before that time comes.
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