Spring and summer might seem like the best times have a green thumb, but fall and winter can be ideal times to tackle some last-minute yard projects and spruce up your curb appeal.
Bring your garden to the next level this July with Supreme Lawn & Landscaping’s gardening maintenance tips.
Trying New Plants
Many gardeners fall into the habit of plating the same plants every summer. We are not advising to throw away your favorite blossoms, but try planting something new this July. Variety is the spice of life, and that goes for your garden, too. Add new colors and add new scents. Even if this is out of your comfort zone, you may be surprised—you might like it!
Trickling water, sparkling waterfalls, and increased property value—adding a water feature and complementary landscaping can boost your backyard from ordinary to oasis. Whether you choose a subtle fountain or something more dramatic, water features come in a broad range in price and variety, and Supreme can help you bring your ideas to life.
If you want your yard to look green and beautiful in the summer and early fall, taking care of it in the spring is of the utmost importance. Spring is probably the most important season to perform maintenance on your lawn. If you don’t want your lawn overtaken by weeds, stressed out by heat, or looking drab during the summer, following these easy spring cleaning tips will make you a happy homeowner.
It is never too early to start thinking about getting your lawn ready for spring. One of the most invigorating senses is when the lush green grass returns after a long, slushy winter. Make your lawn the absolute best this year by trying some of these steps to ensure your grass is healthy!
Supreme Lawn & Landscaping provides expert grounds maintenance, snow removal, and landscape construction to Central Minnesota. The company is one of the oldest grounds maintenance providers in central Minnesota and offers design and installation services to Central Minnesota for any landscaping project imaginable - no job is too big or too small.
One of the last things you may think about during the winter season is your yard. Did you know that some simple yard preparation before the winter hits can mean the difference between a lush, green yard and a dry, spotted yard come spring? A few simple decisions can help you protect and even nourish your yard so that it will grow and flourish after the snow melts away. Talk a look at some of our best tips for preparing your yard for the winter:
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