Isn’t it great to look out into your backyard and see the beautifully manicured green grass and delicate gardens you love? Or, wait. All you see is water. Just water? Why is there so much water in your yard? Drainage problems can cause your backyard to flood, ruining grass and gardens, outdoor living spaces, and … Continue reading My Backyard Has a Drainage Issue…Now What?
Design. Build. Maintain. Grow. At Wright Landscape Services, those four words are more than just a tag line; they are the rules that govern how we work. But what do they mean for you? How does Design & Build work together to create the backyard of your dreams? In this blog, we look at the … Continue reading Why You Need Landscape Design & Build To Work Together
Your property’s overall appearance can be largely affected by the level of upkeep and landscaping that you keep up with. But beyond lawn care and a well-kept yard, there are sustainable landscape design aspects to think about as well. Here’s how you can begin to include environmentally friendly landscaping practices into your own plans! 1. … Continue reading Things to Consider in Environmentally Friendly Landscaping
Having a water feature in your backyard is a wonderful element that offers many benefits, but the beauty they provide often requires some upkeep on your behalf. Keeping up on the maintenance of your water feature means making sure the water is clean, flowing properly and having it winterized correctly. This will allow you to … Continue reading How to Keep Water in Water Features Clean
Before we examine how to prevent mosquito breeding, it is important to understand why preventing their breeding is important in the first place. Although small, mosquitoes can be dangerous. Mosquitoes often carry diseases and are able to spread them to humans when they bite. The most common one we hear a lot about in North … Continue reading Why Prevent Mosquitos?
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 … Continue reading Landscaping Chores to Tackle this Spring
Firstly, the team at Wright Landscape Services welcomes you to 2018. Hopefully you had a wonderful New Year’s celebration and that you have a prosperous rest of the year too. Although we’ve just entered January and it’s bitterly cold out there, it’s never too early to think about your spring projects. This is especially true … Continue reading A Sneak Peek at…Spring’s Newest Landscape Trends
The first day of spring is Tuesday, March 20. Even though it’s November, you might be thinking ahead to spring. In particular, the landscaping projects you’d like to accomplish. That means marrying your landscape design dreams to a budget that’s right for you. With some smart planning and help from Wright Landscape Services, you can … Continue reading Plan Your Spring Landscaping Budget (And Stick To It, Too)
You might not want to hear this, but the first day of winter (Thursday, December 21) is approaching fast. Before long, your topsoil will be buried in snow, your patio or outdoor living space will be covered in ice and you’ll be clearing your driveways and walkways on a daily basis. In other words: Now’s the … Continue reading How to Get Your Landscaping Ready for Winter
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 … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Book Your Fall Landscaping NOW