Now that it’s July at Wright Landscape Services, here’s what you can expect: Roasting hot temperatures. Endless days without rain. Dry, almost drought-like conditions. Something else you can expect are watering restrictions. It’s the ultimate catch-22. On one hand, you want to be responsible with your water usage. On the other hand, you don’t want … Continue reading How to Save Water on Your Lawn this Summer
Do you shudder whenever you look at the thin patches or bald spots on your lawn? There are a few factors which make your grass a little bit too bare for your comfort: Age and health if it’s been exposed to disease or excessive weed growth Changing weather patterns Heavy foot or pet traffic Location … Continue reading Why Sodding is Better than Reseeding
The entire team here at Wright Landscape Services wishes the very best of the season to you and your family. However you plan on spending the holidays – and whomever you’ll be spending them with – we hope it’s full of family, friends and fun. Before saying goodbye to 2017, we think it’ll be fun … Continue reading Happy Holidays from Wright Landscape Services
Tired of looking at your brown, dull and worn out yard landscaping caused by this past winter? Just do these seven tasks to make your yard truly blossom this spring. Better yet, have us do them for you. 1. Prune trees, shrubs and bushes It isn’t fun, but it’s very necessary and effective too. Go … Continue reading Want a Beautiful Yard? Do These Seven Things.
March is when the transition from white winter to green spring really takes place. St. Patrick’s Day, perhaps the greenest of holidays is on March 17. And the first day of spring is March 20. So after a winter which started out mild and then suddenly turned frigid, the time is right to bring back … Continue reading How to Make Your Lawn Green Again after a Tough Winter
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. … Continue reading When Should You Stop Cutting Your Grass?
The kids are back in school. Summer’s just about over and fall is around the corner. Life is about to get busier with school activities and a glut of holidays (can you believe that Thanksgiving is less than a month away?). It’s important to take care of those end-of-the-season landscaping chores that can help protect … Continue reading Your Fall Landscape Chore Checklist
Spring is in full swing, and that means it’s time to get your garden and patio in shape for the rest of spring, summer and the fall. And because it was a particularly harsh winter and snow, your landscaping may require some extra work to get it back to looking its best. Unsure where to … Continue reading Your Spring Landscape Chore Checklist