You may not be thinking about your home’s spring landscape right now with snow looming over your head, but coming up with a game plan now can save you time in the future. There are several things you can do to enhance your current landscaping come spring, and by working with a professional now you can come up with a game plan ahead of time. Let’s look at some ways you can enhance your landscaping this coming spring.
Before enhancing your landscaping for spring it is a good idea to work with a professional to determine what your starting point is. Do you have plants that are difficult to maintain? Or do you like the overall look of your landscaping, with a few exceptions? By taking an inventory of your current landscaping you can work with a professional to determine what is working, what isn’t, and where your problem areas are.
If you have a good starting point, but are looking for a little something extra, then you might consider adding some accents. Accents can enhance what is already there with stonework and other natural elements. Adding some accents such as boulders, pathways, birdbaths, etc. can make a huge impact in how put together your yard looks.
Replacing or Refreshing Existing Foliage
Once you’ve determined what plants are working, which aren’t, and you’ve decided on some accents to add to your landscaping, you can create a plan for spring to replace or refresh problem areas. A landscaper can work with you to determine which plants need to go because they are too much maintenance for you, or because their health is questionable.
Oftentimes landscaping does not need to be completely redone, it just needs a little bit of a refresh here and there. Spring is a perfect time to enhance your landscaping and get it looking great for the spring and summer ahead. If you are not happy with your landscaping and want to begin planning for spring, call us at Vin’s Total Care Landscaping today! We are a landscaping company in Catonsville, MD with years of experience and we’d love to help you fall in love with your landscaping.