During the middle of the winter, it can feel like spring is a long way away. Though there are still several months before the weather will start to improve, you still need to have a plan in place to get your landscaping ready for the growing season. This means keeping an eye on the weather and monitoring your yard closely for signs that it’s time to start working in earnest. Not sure what to look for? These are a few of the easiest ways to tell it’s time to start working
on the Denver landscape design on your property.
The Trees Are Turning Green
The easiest way to tell that it’s time to start working on your garden is to pay attention to the way the trees and shrubs on your property look. If you notice the limbs filling out with small green leaves or notice new buds starting to form on some plants, it’s time to turn your attention to the rest of your landscaping. If your trees think it’s time to start growing, you can start working on your garden.
The Weather Is Steadily Improving
Get in the habit of checking the weather forecast for your neighborhood. If you notice that the temperatures are starting to stay high during the day and not dropping below freezing for several nights in a row, you’re likely ready to start paying attention to your landscaping. Remember, when the weather is staying warm, spring is on the way and it’s only a matter of time before your landscaping will start growing.
Wildlife Is Making a Comeback
Look for wildlife and critters around your home. If you start to notice an increase in the number of rabbits, squirrels, and other wildlife on your property or start seeing them staying out for hours on end, spring is on the way and planting season is just around the corner. These critters tend to only come out of their shelters for short periods of time if the weather isn’t great. You can trust them to tell you when the growing season is about to start by seeing how long they stay out and how often they come back.
Your Neighbors Are Gardening
It’s okay to use your neighbors as a guide to determine when you should start working on your landscaping. Just don’t rely on them too heavily. Remember, it’s easy to make mistakes and end up putting in tons of work on your landscaping only to lose it all to a surprise frost. However, if most of the neighborhood seems to be getting outside and gardening, you should likely follow suit.
Get Your Garden up and Running Fast
Keeping an eye on the weather and starting your landscaping projects as soon as you can is an easy way to ensure that your yard looks great quickly. Just don’t tackle everything on your own. Schedule an appointment
with our team and let us help you prioritize and implement your landscaping improvements this year. We’ll make sure everything gets done the right way, right on schedule.