Fall will be here before you know it, which means it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to do with your plants this winter. Harsh winter weather can damage or even kill plants if they’re not properly cared for – the low temperatures, shorter days, and cold air can make it extremely difficult for plants to survive and thrive. Hometown Landscape is here with tips to help you get your garden through the winter season.
Summer is here and in full swing, but fall will arrive before you know it. Why not start planning your fall landscaping and prepping your yard now so you’re ready to jump in feet first when the season arrives? We’ve got a guide on how to prepare your landscaping for fall weather and make the most of your outside space when things cool down.
If you’re a homeowner, you’ve probably caught yourself wondering when is the best time to water your lawn. Watering your lawn isn’t as simple as turning on the sprinklers and walking away – different seasons and temperatures call for different lawn watering schedules to ensure healthy grass that lasts throughout the year. It’s especially important to know when to water your lawn in the summer as the temperatures heat up, and that’s where we come in – check out this quick guide to summer lawn watering schedules. Read More
Summer is coming, and as the temperatures creep up it’s time to prepare your landscaping and gardening for the new season. Not only can seasonal prep ensure your lawn looks amazing all summer long, but it can also keep it healthy through intense heat and sun. However, a DIY approach to seasonal landscaping and gardening isn’t quite as simple as you’d think. Here’s why you should seek out a professional to help you prep your summer landscape. Read More
Are you thinking about adding new plants, shrubs, or flowering trees to your yard now that spring has arrived? No matter where you’re shopping, it’s critical to be able to discern whether or not a plant is healthy before you bring it home. Hometown Landscape is here with a quick guide on how to spot healthy plants, trees, and shrubs next time you’re shopping for additions to your property. Read More
The words “water damage” can strike fear into homeowners’ hearts because this issue brings many problems that are neither easy nor affordable to fix. Water seeping into your home, damage to the foundation or walls, erosion in your yard, and mold are just a few of the adverse effects of uncontrolled water. Read More
Walking in a winter wonderland is always a lovely sign of the season, but snow, ice, and other wintery weather can cause problems for the trees, shrubs, and bushes on your property. Keeping a watchful eye across your property is essential to ensure you don’t have a major emergency to deal with this winter. Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…to mulch? When we think of winter, we often think of colder weather, snow, and decorating for the holidays. Gardening and landscaping are faraway thoughts when the temperatures drop. It’s not until the first signs of Spring that everyone starts picking out mulch and deciding the best type of mulch for their new landscaping projects. Even though Spring is traditionally thought of as the best time to mulch, the benefits of mulch don’t end just because Winter has arrived. Read More
Those with four-legged family members know the importance of ensuring their good boy or girl has plenty of chances and the room to stretch their legs. Long walks through the neighborhood or visits to the dog park are just a few ways that dog owners make sure that their furry friends are happy and healthy. What if you could do even more to pamper your pet? Let Hometown Landscape install a custom dog run for your property that is just right for your best friend. Read More