As the winter season approaches, it is essential to prepare your property for the colder weather. Here are some additional fall landscaping tips to help you get started.
Protect your plants
Winter can be harsh on plants, especially those that are not native to your region. To protect your plants, consider covering them with burlap or other protective materials. This will help insulate their roots and prevent damage from frost or wind.
Mulch your garden
Applying a layer of mulch to your garden can help regulate soil temperature and moisture levels. This will help protect your plants and keep them healthy throughout the winter.
Drain your irrigation system
If you have an irrigation system, make sure to drain it before the first freeze. This will prevent any water left in the system from freezing and causing damage.
Clear your gutters
Clogged gutters can lead to water damage and ice dams during the winter. Make sure to clear your gutters of any debris before the first snowfall.
Hire a professional
If you’re not sure where to start or don’t have the time to prepare your property for winter, consider hiring a professional landscaping company. They can help ensure that your property is well-maintained and protected throughout the colder months.
At Mountain Road Landscaping, we offer a wide range of services to help you prepare your property for winter. From lawn aeration to tree trimming, we have the skills and expertise to keep your fall landscaping looking its best. Contact us today to learn more about our services.