- Clean up leaves and debris out of your beds. You will want to get this done as soon as possible before spring bulbs start to come up. There will be a lower risk of damaging bulbs by starting clean up sooner.
- Pull out any annuals that may have gotten left behind.
- Get your winter kill cut back and old growth on plants/trees/shrubs while they are still dormant. This will encourage new growth to come.
- Now is also a good time to divide/transplant perennials before new growth starts.
Benefits of Adding a Paver Patio to your Backyard
by shaylorseditor on October 3, 2019 at 3:56 pm
At Shaylor’s we love installing paver patios. We believe that a patio adds a lot of character as well as convenience and versatility to […]
Fall is in the Air! Pond Tips
by shaylorseditor on September 27, 2019 at 5:38 pm
When fall comes knocking at the door, many people breathe a sigh of relief with the arrival of cooler temperatures and less muggy days. Autumn is a […]
Customer Appreciation Day
by shaylorseditor on April 12, 2019 at 3:42 pm
Come one come all! Shaylor’s 2nd Annual Customer Appreciation Day will be Saturday May 11th starting at 11 am until 4 pm, and we are […]