Canadian winters require a lot from your landscaping, especially at the end. As snow and ice melt, you need landscape drainage solutions to help your plants handle the cold water. Plus, severe cold can damage sensitive foliage and roots. Thankfully, you can help your landscaping survive the winter and bounce back in the spring. Here’s … Continue reading How to Help Your Landscape Survive the Canadian Winter
Last year, the Canadian Farmers Almanac predicted winter 2017/2018 was going to be long, tough, harsh, and cold. And so far, it’s been fairly accurate. You prepared your landscaping for winter by doing things like: Applying lawn care fertilizer Grass cutting for as long as possible Cleaning your gutters Pulling out stubborn weeds Protecting your … Continue reading What This Winter Has Done To Your Interlocking Paver Stones
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?