Winter can be a challenging time for property owners. The ice, snow, and cold can make it difficult to keep your landscape looking its best. But there are ways to ensure your property is prepared for winter and looks its best all year long.

In this blog post, we’ll discuss tips to keep your property looking its best. Keep reading!

Tips To Keep Your Landscaping Looking Its Best

Don’t forget to water your lawn and bushes. We frequently stop caring for landscaping features when the weather gets cold. Still, the demand for water doesn’t simply disappear because it’s hard.

Your fruit trees, lawns, and hedges may become more susceptible to illness if you don’t maintain them well-hydrated over the winter. However, if the temperature is below 40 degrees, you are excused for a day or two.

The best fertilizer is high in potassium, nitrogen, and phosphorus. Before the initial freeze, plant it. This will maximize curb appeal (and reduce effort later on!) by assisting your lawn in growing lush and green in the spring.

Mulch is an excellent insulator and can help shield roots from freezing. The leaves you picked up in the fall will be ideal to use as mulch by the winter, and they’re entirely organic (and free! ) if you have the storage room.

As you prepare for winter, cut your grass between one and two inches shorter than usual. In addition to lowering the risk of frostbite and snow mold, this can stop mice from building nests in the grass as winter approaches.

Your gardening zone will determine the plants you can plant and maintain in your area. Research your location to ensure you are adding features that will thrive over the winter months.

Clogged gutters, drains, and pathways can be a significant problem during winter storms. Make sure to clear them of fallen leaves, twigs, and other debris. This will help prevent water from collecting in vulnerable places near your foundation or basement.

Leaving leaves on the ground can create a haven for disease and pests. Rake them up to keep your property looking its best and reduce the risk of having unwanted guests over winter.

Young trees and shrubs are particularly prone to frost damage. Cover them with burlap or a tarp to protect them from the coldest winter days and nights.

If you have plants that didn’t survive the summer, replace them before winter sets in. This will make your landscape look better and give new plants a chance to take root and grow strong in the spring.

Let Us Take Care Of Your Landscapes During Winter

Winter landscape maintenance is essential to keep your property looking its best. Protecting your investment is also crucial to preventing damage from ice, snow, and frigid temperatures.

That’s where Miller’s Landscaping comes in. We offer complete landscape services to keep your property safe and beautiful all winter.  We’ll work with you to create a plan that fits your budget and your landscape’s needs.

So don’t wait – contact us today to hire our landscape services and let us help you take care of your winter landscape.