Winter landscape maintenance tips: bright pansy color

Blog Contributed by Stephen McClain

Winter is known as the gloomiest time of year, and for very good reason. Looking around, it is easy to get caught up in the gray skies and brown landscaping surrounding you. This year, make a change! With some routine landscape maintenance, you can easily change the dull, drab landscaping around you.

Certain flowers bloom in the winter and have beautiful bright colors, which could help your winter blues subside. If you are looking for a colorful, low landscape maintenance flower try pansies. Pansies are hardy flowers that can grow in a rainbow of colors. This plant will bring life to your winter landscaping and refresh the look of the area around your home, business or both. Pansies are easy in terms of landscape maintenance. The bonus of this power-packed little plant is that by adding fertilizer, pansies will flourish all year long.

Pansies come in two types: monkey-faced and clear-faced. Monkey-faced pansies have a dark-blotch in the middle of the flower. Clear-faced pansies are simply one solid color. Either type of pansy will add a fun splash of color to any dull winter landscaping without adding hours to your landscape maintenance routine.

Great Estates Landscaping loves pansies for the winter season and can easily install these colorful, little flowers to your residential or commercial landscaping in no time. From deep violets, sunny yellows, bright blues and rich reds – there is a color of pansy to match your personality or even your business brand!

Pansies are the low landscape maintenance, colorful solution to a dull, winter landscape. Be sure to contact the professionals at Great Estates Landscaping for a FREE Landscape Design Estimate before you are diagnosed with the winter blues!

About The Author

In addition to being a manager on the landscaping maintenance, installation and turf management team at Great Estates Landscaping, Stephen McClain is a sports fanatic who enjoys spending time in nature and doing outdoor activities with his family.

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