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Fall in love with your yard
Even though Summer is still in full swing, it is time to plan ahead for Fall. Let Timberline Landscapes take your ideas and transform them into a complete design plan! Now is the time to call about that new landscaping element – it takes 4-8 weeks from your first call to the start of a job. We want you to be able to enjoy your outdoor space as much as possible this year! Here is what we do:
You can rely on Timberline Landscapes’ team of experts to walk you through the design process step-by-step. We will provide your St. Louis home with an inventive new look and recharged curb appeal, taking into consideration your home’s architecture, neighborhood characteristics and your individual requirements and desires.
The Timberline team will put together a build schedule, order the materials and coordinate permits to make sure we take care of all the logistics for your job. We also work with our local preferred vendors to source premium plant and hardscape materials for your project, making sure that you receive the very best on time and on schedule.
• CAD Designs as well as hand drawn rendered designs
• Patios, water features and other outdoor living areas
It’s Still Hot Out There!
The weather service is predicting 80 and low 90 degree temperatures for most of the rest of the month of August. Here a few tips to help keep your plants less stressed to avoid wilting, sunburn or losing them to the elements.
Give your plants more water. High temperatures cause water to evaporate quickly causing plants to wilt and become sun damaged. Increasing the amount of water you provide your plants will help! The best time to water plants is early in the morning when temperatures are lower. This will help your plants survive in the heat of the day. Be careful not to over water. If the soil around your plants is soft and squishy no need to water!
Take a pruning break. Have sunburned foliage on your plants? In the heat of the Summer, leave it, don’t prune it. Those burnt leaves will serve as some shade cover for the rest of the plant. Wait until the temperature starts to cool down to prune.
Mulching. The heat also increases the temperature of the ground and that can affect the roots. Adding a three inch layer of mulch around trees, shrubs and plants will help keep the soil cooler to keep them from drying out too much.
Fertilizing. In the heat of the Summer your plants are doing everything they can to survive. Because the plants are using all their energy to stay alive they are unable to absorb fertilizer. When this happens the fertilizer stays in the soil and can burn your plants. Forego fertilization until the temperature cools down.
If you have any questions about maintaining your plants, please do not hesitate to contact us today at 314-646-0203 or click the button below.
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