The Ultimate Spring Landscape Checklist
Warmer weather means it’s time to spring into action (see what we did there?) to get your landscape ready to unveil its full glory. That’s why we created this handy checklist to take the mystery out of your landscape’s spring start-up. Spring landscape maintenance can be intensive, but the results pay dividends well into the summer.
Reduce Your Water Usage
If ever there was a reason to change up your landscape strategy, a once-in-a-millennia mega-drought ought to be it. As the Western United States remains in the grips of punishingly dry temperatures and increasing water restrictions, you can stay above the fray with some simple tweaks.
Irrigation Training Offers a Solution Amidst Regional Water Shortages
For our irrigation specialists, water management is something they live and breathe, even in the winter months. They know their jobs are crucial to addressing the Southwest’s persistent drought, a task that requires year-round attention. See how Regional Irrigation Manager James Carr and his teams tackle it head-on.
Increase the Lifespan of Your Shrubs
The debate between frequent formal shearing of shrubs versus seasonal rejuvenation pruning can get as hot as the summer sun but fans of shearing diminish as they come to understand the numerous health, environmental and aesthetic benefits of seasonal pruning.