• Start a spring clean up of your beds and lawn areas if the ground can be worked and if it is not frozen.

  • Weed and cut new edge for your plant beds. A defined line between lawn and beds gives your property a nice and clean look.

  • Time to mulch and prune the Landscape Beds so they look fresh through the early season as well as tree & shrubs, branches that are winter damaged, diseased, weak or dead.

  • If you haven't already done some lime application in the Fall, now is a great time for it.

  • Rake out debris from you lawn.

  • Prune Roses for a healthy new growth in the Spring.

  • Fertilize established trees & shrubs with 5-10-5 or any organic fertilizer.