This involves regularly monitoring the health and growth of all plants in the landscape, and taking steps to ensure that they receive the proper amount of water, nutrients, and sunlight. This can include pruning, fertilization, pest control, and disease management.
For landscapes that include a lawn, maintenance services typically involve mowing, fertilizing, and managing weeds and pests.
Irrigation system management
Properly managing the irrigation system is critical for maintaining the health and beauty of the landscape. Maintenance services may include regular inspections and adjustments to ensure that the system is delivering water efficiently and effectively.
As the seasons change, different maintenance tasks may be required. For example, in the fall, leaves may need to be raked and removed, and in the winter, snow and ice may need to be cleared from walkways and other areas.
Tree and shrub care
Trees and shrubs can add significant value and beauty to a landscape, but they also require specialized care. Maintenance services may include pruning, fertilization, pest control, and disease management.
Mulching and weed control
Adding a layer of mulch to garden beds can help retain moisture and suppress weeds. Maintenance services may involve regularly refreshing the mulch, as well as managing weeds through manual removal or the use of herbicides.