Posts Tagged ‘Landscaping Tips’
Have you had enough of the pollen this year? If you are among the nearly one-third of Americans who are allergic to pollen, you may find it hard to even be outside, much less enjoy your own yard due to the “yellow curse” that occurs from March to April each year in Georgia. While the height of pollen season is thankfully coming to a close for 2019, it is wise to consider what you can do to make your spring allergies more tolerable next year.
Beyond taking allergy medicine, you can also help manage your symptoms by touching up your landscape. Here are a few tips to reduce the yellow haze in your backyard next spring and help yourself breathe a little easier: continue reading
Every living thing has a life cycle. Depending on the size and type of material planted, a well-designed landscape can typically grow and mature for about 5-7 years before it needs to be adjusted or upgraded. While you can’t expect your plants to last forever, there are some things you can do to extend its life cycle. In fact, your lawn care in the first 1-2 years after your initial landscape installation is the most critical to its long-term success. Regardless of how big or lavish your landscape is, it’s life expectancy depends on three main elements – pruning, fertilization and irrigation. continue reading
Is your yard a place you can go to calm down? Or does the mere glimpse of your landscape make your stress levels climb? Believe it or not, your landscape can be a valuable tool in helping you cope with everyday stress. And in today’s busy society, stress is commonplace. continue reading
If you are like most Americans, you work hard to keep up with the latest trends in technology and fashion. However, are you doing anything to implement the newest landscaping trends in your home or business? An excellent trend that is predicted for 2017 is a sustainable landscape. This refers to a landscape design that addresses environmental concerns such as global warming, increased energy costs and water conservation. A sustainable landscape is an eco-friendly landscape. continue reading
A dreary winter doesn’t have to mean the end of your home’s curb appeal. While it is much easier to spruce up your landscape and add appeal to your property during the spring and summer, there are still things you can do to make your house and yard look more attractive in the winter. Good landscaping can add up to 28% to the value of your home, at any time of year.
Plant Winter Flowers: Did you know that there are shrubs that bloom when all other plants are asleep? Consider a colorful winter-bloomer such as camellia, winter hazel and blue holly to add a splash of color to your winter landscape.
Add Tasteful Lighting: A few strings of subtle white Holiday lights can enhance and brighten your landscape, as well as provide additional security during the darker days of winter.
Install a Water Feature: A front yard waterfall, pond or fountain are excellent landscaping upgrades for all seasons. You can keep your water feature active through the winter by running a pump or heater if temps get below freezing.
Panonne’s Lawn Pros & Landscaping, we have professionals who are ready to address your landscaping concerns through all seasons of the year. We understand the importance of creating an attractive yard, even when spring and summer flowers are hidden.
Posted on behalf of Brad Pannone