As the weather warms up and we start thinking about spending more time outdoors, it’s also a good time to think about sprucing up your business’s landscaping. Here are a few tips to get you started on preparing your landscape for spring.
How to Prepare Your Commercial Property’s Landscaping for Spring
The following are a few tips for how to prepare your business’s landscaping for the end of winter and the beginning of spring in Southern California:
- Inspect your business’s landscaping for any winter damage. This includes checking for broken branches, dead leaves, and debris. Winter can be hard on landscaping. It's important for businesses of all sizes to inspect their landscape frequently throughout winter to assess possible damage. Pay special attention to broken branches, dead leaves, and debris that may have accumulated. Taking the time to check on your business's landscaping now can save you the cost and headache of having to replant or repair any parts of the landscape later in the year. Be sure to address any damage promptly to ensure your outdoor areas remain beautiful and inviting year-round.
- Add some color to your landscape with flowers or other plant life. Adding color to your landscape is a great way to spruce up the curb appeal of your business or add a visual interest to your commercial property. Flower beds, shrubs, and trees can transform a dull, monochromatic area into something vibrant and alive. There are so many options when it comes to choosing plant life for outdoor spaces. From bright colored flowers and creative foliage arrangements to trees that provide shade and privacy, the possibilities are endless.
- Pull up any weeds that may have sprouted over the winter months. Spring is the perfect time to conduct a thorough inspection of your landscaping, looking for any weeds that may have flourished over the winter months. Pulling these unwelcome visitors is important to ensure the health of your business’s landscaping throughout the year.
- Edge walkways for a neat and clean look. Edging along walkways throughout your property can make all the difference in the appearance of your landscaping. Edging helps to create a defined boundary between grass and pavement, adding depth and texture to give your landscape a more polished, finished look. Additionally, you won't have to worry about weeds or grass creeping into paved areas, giving you one less thing to maintain to keep your landscaping looking neat and clean. Investing in edging also has long-term benefits. With proper installation, edging can help protect walkways from water damage while providing a durable form of maintenance-free curb appeal.
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