In this article with AssociaOnline.com, Davey tells homeowners how they can ready their landscape for the cold winter months to come.
Posted: Oct. 21, 2016
With fall upon us, we’re eagerly awaiting the transformation of bright green leaves to the buttery yellow, deep red and vibrant orange colors the season is best known for. The changing autumn colors really are the best part of the season.
Even though these fall changes happen each year without our intervention, there’s a lot going on beneath the surface. There’s much more to these majestic trees than the eye can see. Help your trees stay healthy and strong this fall, and all year long, by giving them the care they need now.
This is the time of year to prep your yard for the next growing season. Cooling temperatures slow above-ground growth while moist soil encourages strong root development.
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