The end of summer is nearing, and the weather is hotter than ever. When wrapping up this season in your home, think about what worked about your summer landscape this year. Planning a summer-friendly landscape takes a little extra elbow grease and background knowledge. Here are some helpful tips for landscaping your property for the hottest months of the year.

The sun is out, weeds are starting to emerge from their wintery hiding places, and everyone is heading outdoors to enjoy the weather. This week is the perfect time to prepare your landscape for spring and summer, before it’s too late. Here are our top tips to help you get your landscape in order and enjoy the beautiful spring and summer sun.

Right now, it’s likely that you’re preparing for winter by raking leaves, mulching, and removing plants that won’t make it through the winter. Amid all the winter prep hustle, you may be thinking about pulling out the pruning shears and doing a little fall pruning while you’re at it. Although it’s good to be actively tidying up your landscape before the winter, you may want to keep the pruning shears in the garden shed.

As the weather gets colder, we’re anticipating winter by digging our sweaters and coats out of the closet. Have you thought about how to keep your landscaping comfortable this winter? While the weather is still pleasant, you can take some time to prepare your landscaping for winter. Don’t have the time? You can utilize Pinehurst’s landscape maintenance services to get the job done for you! Our professional team expertly manages your landscape so that it looks its best after the snow melts. If you are managing your landscape yourself, here are a few general things you can do to put your landscape to bed for the winter.

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