1. Tree Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: It’s still okay, and not too late to prune your Crape Myrtle trees while there still dormant. Be sure not to over prune or butcher the trees. Some people say less is more when it comes to Crape Myrtle pruning. We would recommend calling a professional landscaper for recommendat…Read More

  2. Birdfeeder Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Don't forget about the birds outside, be sure to clean out all bird baths and birdfeeders to ensure a safe environment for our feathered friends. You'll especially notice the bird activity during a bright sunny day. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape pro…Read More

  3. Pampas Grass Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Pampas grass and maiden grass can be pruned now. Remove any brown foliage leaving only the stems of the grass 12 inches high. If you decide to leave the grasses uncut this season, unwanted grass stems will blow around your landscape on a windy summer day. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care d…Read More

  4. Shrub Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: You can start pruning overgrown Burford holly shrubs at this time. The shrubs can be pruned severely to less than 12 inches if needed. All heavily pruned shrubs will grow back new green foliage by the summer months. Be sure to take extra caution in completing this task if the shrubs …Read More

  5. Tree Planting Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you planted new trees and shrubs in your landscape last year, remember to remove any gray wires stakes and especially truck wraps from small trees planted. This is especially important for tree trunks, because as they grow and mature, these wires can prohibit proper tree growth. W…Read More

  6. Soil Test Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: A complete soil test is very important and should be done at least twice a year to receive optimal results. Increasing the pH in your lawn, along with other natural products will help your turf grass intake fertilizers more accurately. If your current lawn care company isn't testing,…Read More

  7. *Mr. Weedy says: Remember to fertilize your Christmas cactus, Water poinsettia and Amaryllis plants with a houseplant fertilizer. Using the fertilizer diluted to a half strength level is ideal during this time of year. Take caution not to over fertilize the plants. Additional reference sources inclu…Read More

  8. Pre-emergent Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Now is still a great time to consider adding fresh mulch or pine straw to your landscape areas. Preventive measures and a general rule of thumb idea to consider are as follows. Apply bed Pre-emergents to the ground surface before applying or installing these different mulch varieties…Read More

  9. Lawn Design Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: To speed up or reduce your lawn care mowing in the yard, re-design and remove sharp angles and narrow areas to eliminate difficult mowing turns. Map out new areas using pine straw or colored mulch to extend these difficult areas for a more rounded and time reducing approach. Remember…Read More