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Preventing late season snow and ice damage
As winter drags on and snow and ice accumulate, should you be concerned about your plants?
A lot depends on the amount and duration of the precipitation, and the condition of the plants going into winter.
Use winter months to plan for spring
Some planning before you can get outside will help you obtain the most enjoyment from your landscape and outdoor living area.
Start the clean-up as weather permits
You can take advatange of warm days to start your clean-up process, but don't rush things and cause damage. Give some thought to what you can and can't do according to weather and ground conditions.
Get spring color earlier
If you didn't plant bulbs last fall or in previous years, you can still brighten the scene with early spring color.
Prepping your equipment for spring
Your equipment will last longer and do a better job of assisting you if it is properly maintained. Now is a good time to make sure your tools are in shape for your spring gardening plans and consider purchasing new ones.
Greenview helps turn weedy lawn green again!
The Greenview Spring fertilizer/ weed control worked better that anything I used during the past few years. I had just about given up on my lawn and your spring fertilizer fought off the weeds and brought my lawn back from the dead! Now I recommend Greenview to anyone who shows the slightest interest in lawn care. -Greg L. | North Carolina