Repairing Winter Damage in Your Landscape
Early spring is the time to assess the damage that old man winter has done to your landscape. The late snows in spring of 2012 were wet and heavy. There was damage to pine trees and bushes with the heavy weight of the snow. This damage should be removed in order for new growth to occur.
Winter road maintenance can also take a toll on your lawn when the municipal plows come by. The plows push salt and heavy snow into your yard, causing problem areas. These areas need to be assessed to see what repairs need to be made. Getting on these problems quickly can give you a head start on the repair.
Now is the time to look at you’re your trees and what trimming is necessary. The time to trim is before the sap starts running. Also to give your trees and bushes time to heal before the bugs get out in full force. Be careful if you are trimming spring flowering trees or bushes. You don’t want to trim off this year’s flowers. If you shape a lilac bush in the spring, you will cut off all your flowers as they are already set to bloom.
If you are looking for a lawn care service to help you out this season, early spring is the best time to call. We are switching gears from winter maintenance to summer lawn care maintenance. Getting on the schedule early will assure you that your lawn maintenance needs will be taken care of. Give Joe Rebout’s Complete Lawn Care and Snow Removal, LLC at 608-373-0769 to discuss your lawn care needs.
Spring in Wisconsin is beautiful and summer in Wisconsin is a great time to play. Let us worry about your lawn care needs and go out and enjoy the wonderful Wisconsin seasons.