Blog Contributed by David West
Landscaping is important year-round, even in the winter! Commercial landscaping can greatly benefit from a little TLC during the winter season. The better you keep up your landscaping during winter, the more impressive it will be when spring arrives! Great Estates Landscaping can do a great job of providing beautiful curb appeal to your commercial landscaping, even during the winter.
Curb appeal is your customers’ first impression – you always want it to look perfect! That perfect look takes a combination of science and creativity. Do you know what flowers thrive during winter in order to keep a little color in your landscaping? According to the Ga Dept of Agriculture, “Camellias, mahonias, winter jasmine, wintersweet, witch hazels, pansies and violas are a few plants that will flower in the Georgia winter. ”
Keeping a watchful eye on shrub, tree and plant health is winter landscaping must. Understanding the pruning, watering or insulation needs of your plants will sustain them through the colder months and bring them back to life in the spring. Not having to re-purchase plants that didn’t make it through the season will also add to the bottom line and save your business money.
A healthy winter lawn is equally as crucial. Non-hibernating animals seeking succulent insects or grass roots, such as moles, can damage your turf investment in record time. The professionals at Great Estates Landscaping have all the tools and knowledge to help identify these and other potential commercial landscape issues.
A beautiful outdoor landscape design is vital to any business or corporation image. The healthy commercial landscape maintenance tips above can make a huge difference in saving time, money and stress for facility managers. This winter, let Great Estates Landscaping help you maintain a beautiful landscape that will bloom into something even better when spring arrives.
David West is not only a manager on the landscape maintenance, installation and turf management team of Great Estates Landscaping, he is also an avid outdoorsman and enjoys spending as much time with his family as possible.
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