Category Archives: Landscaping Tips

Landscaping Chores to Tackle this Spring

Spring is finally here. After a long, tough, and challenging winter, it’s nice to get outside and focus on things like gardens and planting as opposed to snow removal. Before you start working on your landscape, there are some spring landscape chores you’ll need to take care of. As well, there are some jobs you […]

Design + Build. Why They Go Together.

The tagline here at Wright Landscape Services fully sums up what we do for our residential and commercial clients: This blog focuses on the first two aspects – Design. Build. – and why it’s important they go hand-in-hand. What is landscape design? For many homeowners, landscape design is nothing more than deciding where to put […]

5 Reasons to Book Your Fall Landscaping NOW

The sun is shining. The temperature’s nice and warm. It’s a perfect summer. And here are 5 reasons it’s also the ideal time to book your fall landscaping projects from Wright Landscape Services. 1. There’s less demand for it Many residential homeowners have gone away for the summer. For those who’ve stayed home, they have […]

Father’s Day Chores We’ll Do For Dad

Right off the bat, Wright Landscape Services would like to wish all the great dads out there a terrific Father’s Day. Not quite sure what to get Dad this year? If he’s always enjoyed being outside, why not give him more time to spend it there with these landscaping chores we’ll be happy to do. […]

Book Your Spring Ground Maintenance with Wright Landscape Services TODAY!

It’s our first blog post of 2016 and we’re already looking ahead to spring. That’s because we’re already booking and scheduling for spring service and maintenance. We’ve never been seen this many bookings this early in the year before. And we want to make sure every home and business can enjoy award-winning landscaping from Wright […]

When Should You Stop Cutting Your Grass?

Myth: Grass stops growing when it’s cold outside Fact: Grass doesn’t stop growing, it just slows down to a crawl as the temperatures drop As long as grass continues to grow at a decent clip, it should be mowed as needed. Of course, as fall approaches, the days become shorter and the temperatures become cooler. […]