Fall Landscape Rejuvination
The summer has came and went and the wind and leaves are blowing through the Ozarks. Cooler weather is upon us and we have all noticed our landscaping starting to fade away.
This is a good time to come in and refresh your mulch and cut back all dead and fading growth. The cooler weather makes it a good time to install new plants or transplant any plant they may need more space or simply would look better in another area.
Fall is also a good time to re-seed any bare spots in your lawn and to rake out all of the dead “thatch” that will prevent proper airflow to the healthy grass thast exists.
Also, dont forget to add a fall fertilizer treatment to your lawn to help the roots get a good stimulation before the harsh winter-and see your grass green up faster next spring!