We all start thinking about landscaping in the spring—things start budding and blooming and it reminds us. Everything is waking up, so let’s get started, right? But actually, this might not be the best time to start your landscaping project. Say what??!! So, when should I start my landscaping project? Is fall a good time to do a landscaping project? Landscaping in the fall is a great idea!
Advantages to Landscaping in the Fall:
- Increased Plant Survival Chances
The sun is hot in the spring and summer! This stresses plants, trees and shrubs. Planting in the fall requires less maintenance and watering after installation due to the cooler temperatures.
- Quicker Completion of Your Project
We are usually able to complete landscaping projects at a faster pace due to less weather delays. You know, “April Showers” and all that. It rains a lot in the spring. A lot.
- Save Money
Sometimes nurseries and other vendors offer better pricing on their products to get them gone before winter. We can pass this on to you.
- Done and Done!
As soon as the weather warms up, you’re ready to go out and enjoy what you’ve done. No waiting. Especially fantastic if you get an early spring.
Get your landscaping project done in the fall, and come spring you’ll be out there enjoying your now-established plantings and beautiful design, while your neighbors are still “in line” to get their projects done. How smart are you?!
Located in Summerfield, NC Southern Exposure Landscape Management specializes in the design, installation, and maintenance of residential and commercial projects throughout the Greensboro Triad Area (High Point, Jamestown, Burlington, Reidsville, Oak Ridge, Brown Summit, Summerfield). We are the premier Greensboro mulch installer. With over 20 years in business, Southern Exposure has the experience and knowledge to create beautiful garden features and flower beds in the landscape. Southern Exposure is the leading landscape management firm in Greensboro, NC. See why our clients choose us. Contact us today by web (online form) or phone (336.451.4969)