Landscape maintenance plays an important role in keeping your residential property an enjoyable environment. Here are some tips for keeping your property fresh and approachable, which is an important aspect of property management in Georgia.
Shane Smith has worked in landscaping-related jobs since the age of 14. At 23 he started Legacy Lawn Care, a company which he now runs with his wife and two children. Keeping the plants and soil healthy is an applied science, and to achieve great looking garden throughout the year we should familiarize ourselves with its requirements.
7 Winter Landscaping Tips for Residential Properties
- Pre-emergents help prevent the growth of weeds and their germination.
- Fertilization needs to be done observing the exact ratio of chemicals, most commonly nitrogen, potash, and potassium in ratio 3-1-2.
- Irrigation is essential in spring, especially if the summer may bring potential drought.
- Plants are sensitive to stress. Make sure you don’t do anything that might stress the plants, like for example pruning, during the summer season.
- Seeding should be done in spring or fall.
- Final fertilization in the fall season should be applied before the frost settles.
- Cleaning the leaf leftovers help prevents disease and allows nutrients to reach the root system.
Legacy Lawn Care offers landscape maintenance service. We care about creating perfect conditions by applying eight treatments throughout the year, including aeration and overseeding to make the grass thicker and healthier. We also provide thorough pest, flea, fungus, ant, and weed control to eliminate the potentially harmful organisms. Legacy’s services which offer both residential and commercial lawn maintenance has made us trusted partners in property management in Georgia.