4 Tips for Prepping Your Landscape for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, you've got guests coming next week and you feel like you still have so much to prepare your landscape in time. Have no fear, that's where our landscaping company at the Lake of the Ozarks comes in. We are prepared to help you get your landscape ready in time for Thanksgiving. Paradise Landscaping - We Design Your Paradise. For a free quote, please give us a call at 573-964-6515. In the meantime, keep reading for 4 tips for prepping your landscaping for Thanksgiving.

1. Be sure that your bushes are clipped well.

  • If your bushes and shrubs got a little hairy over the warm fall, now is a great time to take care of them and bring them back to their original shape. 
  • If you have bushes, they can be one of the boldest signs that you haven't been keeping up with your landscaping - even if everything else is managed. 
  • They can cover up windows with their overgrowth, and make your home appear more run down. If you don't have time to take the hedge clippers out and regain control.

2. Beautify your hardscaping by cleaning it well with a powerwasher.

  • A quick way to make a beautiful impact on your landscaping before the holidays is to power wash your sidewalks and paths. 
  • After leaves have sat on them for a few weeks, you could notice some stains start to appear. Part of our landscape maintenance can include power washing, and you'll love the results it will have on your curb appeal.

3. Sweep off your entryway.

  • As your family makes their way inside your home, they'll need to use your sidewalks to get there. If your pathways are covered in old, wet leaves, sticks, and small rocks - it could provide a dangerous trek to your loved ones. 
  • Grab a broom or a leaf blower and make sure your paths are not only easy to walk on but also easy to see as well. 

4. Have all fallen leaves removed from your lawn.

  • Leaves can add a pretty fall ambiance, but they can also cover your lawn. 
  • This can be unsightly after they have sat for several weeks and turned brown. 
  • After a good rain, it can also be dangerous as piles of leaves can be slippery to walk on. 
  • Finally, leave introduce mold and mildew to your landscaping, and while you might think it's okay to leave them for a while, the longer they sit, the longer they can do damage to your grass. 

Happy Thanksgiving From Paradise Landscaping!

All of us here at Paradise Landscaping hope you found this blog enlightening. Don't be stressed about the preparation of your landscape around the holidays. We are here for you! Give us a call today at 573-964-6515. You can also visit our website at www.DesignYourParadise.com for information on what we do.

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