If you’re anything like me, you find yourself thinking… “I know I’ve got to get this yard trimmed and under control – but when is the best time (for the plant) to do it?”
Below are a few tips I pulled from Good Housekeeping on how to get your yard in tip-top shape!
- Ornamental Grasses
- Semiwood Perennials
- Broad-leaved evergreens
- Summer-Flowering Trees, Shrubs Vines, Hydrangea and Roses
- Evergreen Shrubs
- Spring-flowering Shrubs
- Flowering Perennials and annuals
- Deciduous and evergreen trees, crab apples and other pest-prone plants.
Click here for a link to the article on pruning guidelines. These tips will help to get your yard looking good. Keeping your yard clear of debris is a great way to keep your yard from becoming a host site for pests. To keep it pest free all summer call Mosquito Squad. Say Good Riddance to Mosquitoes!