6 Commercial Landscaping Tips

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The first thing your customers or perspective clients will see is your landscape.  A great first impression, that’s what a beautiful, welcoming, and gorgeous commercial landscaping can do.  Spring is the perfect time to get outside and make sure your property is ready to impress your clients.

During spring it’s important to make a plan and get your landscape ready to grow and shine during the warmer months. These tips can help plan out which areas of your landscape need the most concentration.

  1. Survey the Landscape

    The first things you should do in the spring is walk through your property and make sure nothing is damaged or hazardous. Some examples would be any debris, broken pavement, in addition sink holes. It’s important that you repair any unsafe conditions, thus making sure your entire property is in great shape.

  2. Irrigation Systems

    irrigationYour irrigation system is important to get a landscape full of healthy plant growth. Additionally this is also a great time to look into upgrading your system to a possible drip irrigation system. This commercial landscaping tip targets water where your plants need it the most and will help you save water.

  3. Clean Up

    During the winter there is a good chance debris such as leaves, branches, twigs and other materials have gathered throughout your property. Do a walk through and clear up all the debris so your landscape is free and clear. Learn more about landscaping spring clean ups and maintenance here.

  4. Fertilize

    Spring is that time of year where everything wants to and is ready to grow. To make sure your landscape encourages healthy growth, apply lawn fertilization throughout your property. This will help your future plants grow to their full potential – and leave you with the landscape everybody is talking about.

  5. Turf Maintenance

    landscapeAnother commercial landscaping tip: don’t be surprised if you find a few dead spots or bad patches of grass on your property. Spring is the ideal time to take care of these issues by loosening up the soil, laying down sod, or seeding the bad areas in your turf. This helps keep those ugly weeds and crabgrass from taking over your yard and walkways.

  6. Touch it Up

    Once the turf and surrounding landscape is ready to grow, furthermore adding mulch and plants to make sure you highlight a display of color, aroma, and beautiful landscape. Laying down mulch will help retain moisture and help all your flowers and shrubs grow into a gorgeous garden.

At TLC Landscapes, we offer professional and complete Prosper lawn care services for your commercial and residential property. We take away hassle of working with outside contractors and serve as your only point of contact for every project. If it’s high-quality, elegant and efficient service you need, then we’re the experts you can trust. Schedule your free consultation with one of our professionals today. We’ll get you started on all the services your commercial property needs.

In the DFW Areas call us at 972-675-7683.  You can also fill out our quote request form, and we will contact you for your free consultation.

 

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Comments ( 5 )

  1. ReplyElitehort
    Hi there, Great tips by the way and thank you. I did have a question though. I'm hoping you can answer it for me since you seem to be pretty knowledgeable about gardening. How do you kill grass and weeds without damaging plants? If you had some insight I would greatly appreciate it.
    • Dustin Bird
      Try to avoid damaging plants by relocating them temporarily or section them off so the weed killer does not come in contact with the plants you want to survive.
  2. ReplyTheodore
    Thanks for the great tips! My family just moved here in Olympia last month but my wife and I wanted to have our lawn landscaped just like what we had when we lived in Ohio. I like the concept of adding gravel between a tree/bush and the grass. IT should make a cleaner look and easier to maintain. I say that landscaping should not only be appealing to the eyes but it could also have a function. So cheers to enjoying our yards!
  3. ReplyBobby Saint
    Great article. Good thing you pointed out about lawn fertilization which would really help plants grow to their full potential. If I ever get to have my own property, I would also do the same.
  4. ReplyJames D.
    Does your company do Irrigation Systems? This is one thing that I have yet to do but was told should be done. I own a house that sits on a good 2.5 acres of land. about 60% of it is covered in trees and the rest is an open field. Sometimes it can be a bit dry and I noticed a lot of the plants wilt even if I do water them. I think having a system would insure they always have water.

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