Keeping your landscaping both beautiful and healthy requires year-round care to complete critical maintenance tasks. At Allentuck Landscaping Co, we provide all the seasonal landscaping services you need to maintain your outdoor space for years to come. Reach out to us for an estimate!
As the seasons change, so will the needs of your lawn, plantings, and other elements of your home’s landscaping. Keeping up with these various needs yourself can be a hassle, as you’ll need to know what maintenance to do, when to do it—and of course, actually complete the work. Our aim at Allentuck is to provide easy, hassle-free, and professional landscaping.
With landscape maintenance packages that include seasonal landscaping services to provide year-round care for your outdoor space, we save you the headaches, invigorate your landscaping, and let you enjoy your beautiful oasis. Learn more about our seasonal landscaping services below!
With more than 30 years of experience, our team here at Allentuck knows how to care for all parts of your landscaping throughout the year. We offer all of the most important seasonal landscaping services you may need, both as part of our comprehensive landscape maintenance programs and as add-on services.
Seasonal landscaping refers to all the crucial landscape maintenance services that should be completed at various times throughout the year. Examples may include mulching, which is typically done in the late spring, the fall, or both; and flower rotations, which may be done a few times throughout the year to ensure your garden is vibrant year-round.
Flower rotation is a good practice, both for functional and aesthetic purposes. Flower rotations may be done for two reasons: to swap out seasonal blooms, ensuring your garden features bright colors throughout the year; and to ensure the health of your soil by changing the placement of plants year over year.
Landscaping work is typically considered seasonal, as landscapers will be much busier (or less busy) depending on the time of year. For example, winter tends to be a downtime for landscapers, while spring and fall tend to be very busy.