Many areas across the country see heavy rains, especially in May and October, the wettest months of the year. Rain is important to irrigate plants, but too much can obviously cause serious problems. In addition to washing away any recent seeding, pesticides and herbicides can be transferred to unintended areas and into the water system. Landscaping can also see negative effects as water chips away at soil and can end up standing over plants if adequate drainage isn’t established. With some precautions and responses, however, you can minimize the damage inflicted on your yard by the heavy rains of Spring.
Prepare Your Lawn for Spring
With winter on the way out and warm days ahead, it’s time to get your lawn ready for the months ahead. Spending some preparation time on your soil, grass, and other vegetation now can save you time later and ensure a more healthy lawn for the time you and your family will be spending outdoors this year.
The Benefits of Lawn Aeration
Although aeration may sound like a frivolous treatment, it actually carries many benefits for your lawn. Commonly referred to as “core aeration”, or even “coring” or “spiking”, this process includes removing small cores from the soil of the lawn, opening it to air flow and refreshment.
How to Protect your Plants from the Cold
For those of us who live in areas that experience relatively mild winters – we are fortunate to be able to grow semi-tropical and/or tropical plants such as Bougainvillea, Lantana and Yellow Bells outdoors.So what can you do to help protect your frost-tender plants? Cover them during the cold hours of night. During the day, the soil absorbs the heat from the sun. By covering plants in the evening, the covering captures the heat the the soil re-radiates out into the night. Cypress Lawn and Landscape has all the information on how to protect your plants from the cold. Continue reading
Fall Gardening Tips
No matter what part of the country you reside in, the fall makes certain demands on our gardens. Leaves will need to be raked, lawns will need to be mowed, mulch will need to be put down, and different vegetables survive better in the colder weather than in the summertime. While the list of fall chores can sometimes be daunting, at Cypress Lawn, we’ve developed some fall gardening tips to help keep your autumn maintenance to a minimum and get a bonus payoff with a shorter ‘to-do’ list come Spring. Continue reading
Fall Lawn Winterization
With winter fast approaching and the temperatures dropping every day, it’s important to know how you’re going to handle your lawn maintenance in the approaching months of cold weather. While it isn’t as simple as leaving your lawn and plants be, and tending to them occasionally over the winter season, it is quite easy. At Cypress Lawn, we’ve compiled a list of suggestions and tips for fall lawn winterization for your lawn. Continue reading
Tree Stump Removal, Cypress
If you need your tree stump removed from your Cypress area yard, Cypress Lawn & Landscaping is the landscaping company for you! We provide a number of services for your yard’s trees so your lawn stays in its best condition! Continue reading
Landscape and Lighting Design Cypress
Cypress Lawn and Landscaping provides quality landscape design to our clients. We maintain proper landscaping and lawn care techniques that not only restore the health of your lawn, but keep it aesthetically stunning! Continue reading
Toxic Plants for your Pets
It’s easy to decide on what plants and flowers to keep inside your house and to plant outside in your garden when you don’t have any animals living in your home with you, but when you get a pet, you need to be cautious of what some of these plants could do to them. For curious cats and careless dogs trying to devour some of these plants, they could end up getting very sick, and the results could even be fatal. Here at Cypress Lawn & Landscape, we feel it is our duty to inform you of the most popular toxic plants for your pets, so we’ve compiled the following list: Continue reading
Mosquito Repelling Plants, Cypress
With the summer season finally upon us, it’s time to lounge outside grilling, swimming, playing sports, exercising, and just hanging out. Our kids are out of school and will be outside playing for most of the day. But in addition to our heightened outdoor activity, mosquitoes will also be rampant. In order to enjoy the summer more thoroughly without getting covered in bites or smelling like repellent spray, Cypress Lawn and Landscape have compiled some of the most effective mosquito repelling plants to fill your backyard with: Continue reading