Spring is fighting to establish itself in Bucks County. We have had a couple of false starts, but winter's grey sluggishness is lifting and months of outdoor activities and sunshine stretch out before us.
For landscapes, now is the time to start the spring cleaning process. When trying to make your yard all it can be, even a modest amount of planning goes a long way. Scheduling these tasks amid a steady docket of baseball practices, graduations, proms, and weddings can be a challenge.
Having an overall plan allows you to add elements in manageable steps, with each new addition contributing to the larger picture.
- Clearing dead leaves, dead grass clippings, twigs, etc.
- Clearing out the flower beds
- Edging flower beds
- Mulching beds, 2 to 4 inches of new soil helps retain moisture and improve overall health
- Planning landscape projects
- Select new plants and bulbs
Laying out a manageable agenda allows you to devote an appropriate amount of time and energy to each project. It also gives you the opportunity to thoughtfully flesh out the specifics of upcoming additions. Of course, this entire process is made easier by the help of landscape professionals - so don't hesitate to call Nurney Landscape and Design to get your yard cleaned up and ready for the spring and summer growing seasons.