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With each season adjustments have to be made on how a yard is cared for including upkeep of flowers, shrubs, and the lawn. Just in the past few weeks, I have personally been outside trimming up shrubs and flowers, thinning out decorative grasses, and pulling out weeds.
Now Florida’s seasons may not be as extreme as other areas but there are still some preparations that can be made to enhance a lawn’s curb appeal. Plus, my family uses our yard for entertaining such as playing sports with the kids, and picnics on the lawn, so it is important for us to maintain its appearance and function. My husband and I both take great pride in our property and constantly work at keeping it up.
Thanks to TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service provider, I am excited to share Fall Lawn Care Tips in a two-minute webisode from the series, “Grow Curb Appeal,” starring Jason Cameron, licensed contractor and TV host.
In the webisode Cameron demonstrates three tips for updating your home’s exterior attraction this fall including how to transform a rundown fence, how to conduct corrective pruning, and why to feed lawns and landscapes now for healthy spring growth.
Here is a breakdown of the tips he shared:
Tip 1: Fence Fix.
Conduct corrective pruning in fall to prevent dead or overgrown plants from being a thorn in your home’s curb appeal. Proper pruning now can enhance a plant’s appearance in spring. Thin, rather than top-shear, overgrown shrubs and flowering trees to preserve their overall shape. Help your lawn breathe through fall core aeration to strengthen roots. Core aeration removes small plugs of turf, thatch and soil from your lawn increasing the flow of air, water and nutrients to roots. Plugs break down and feed nutrients back to the lawn’s root system while allowing more room for roots to expand.
Tip 3: Fall Feed.
A good fall feed gives lawn, tree and shrub roots the energy to prepare for healthy spring growth. Fall treatments are beneficial as roots continue active growth leading up to dormant winter months. Look to a professional company such as TruGreen to get your lawn ready for winter dormancy.
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