Unless you’ve already planted, edged, mulched, pruned, and removed dead plant material, your landscape probably isn’t prepared to flourish this growing season. And even if your landscape is prepared, you can always make it more dynamic and exciting.
This year, there are lots of fun, emerging gardening trends that we’re seeing integrated into outdoor landscapes. One of our favorites is edible plants. These include dwarf blueberries, thornless raspberries, cherries, and perhaps the most popular: a six-in-one apple tree that grows six different varieties of apples on the same tree.
As you’re preparing your landscape for the spring season, make sure that you’re properly taking care of your plants. One thing we often come across is people accidently pruning off healthy blooms. Many times, flowers will bloom on the previous year’s growth, so it’s always best to wait for blooms to start before doing any pruning.
What if you’re looking to do more than maintain your existing landscape? What if you want to do a complete redesign?
At Litchfield, we can help. We pride ourselves on innovative, one-of-a-kind landscapes designed to accentuate your outdoor environment tastefully, down to the last detail. From custom carpentry to hardscapes, we tailor our designs specifically to your unique preferences.
If you’ve got any questions or concerns about how to better prepare your landscape for spring, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 317-867-4811 or simply fill out the form below. We’re more than happy to give you advice, even if you’re not one of our clients.
Don’t let spring get the jump on you. Prepare now, and your landscape will thank you later.