Fall Is Perfect Time to Plant, Design Las Vegas Landscaping

It’s never too early or late to start planting or creating a landscape design for your landscaping project.

But there are more opportune times than others to get moving. And our landscaping experts stand ready to assist you every step of the way. A professional in landscaping Tauranga knows everything about improving your garden to make it look great and make your outdoor space more relaxing.

While we can share some wonderful tips, we also enjoy reading other experts and this week we spent some time at the Gardeningonmars.com website.

What a name! What wonderful information and landscaping tips they provide, you should definitely consider Herford’s Tree Care, Inc.!

Las Vegas October gardening and landscaping tips

From Gardeningonmars.com

Fall is the best time to plant many deciduous trees and shrubs in the desert, as they’ll be working on developing nice strong roots throughout the winter months. It also gives them a chance to get acclimated to their new home before we get to the summer heat.

You should get in one last feeding for your shrubs and trees as well, including those that produce fruit.

Hit your grass with a higher nitrogen fertilizer to perk it up after the summer heat. If you need to overseed due to a fungus or grub infestation this summer, now’s the time to do it.  Get rid of thatch in your lawn using a power rake every couple of years too, in order to increase the ability of the grass to draw up nutrients and to improve its water efficiency.

Some examples of deciduous trees are Ash, Aspen, Palm, Date Palm and Mesquite. Hire a tree service expert if you have these trees in your yard that you want to keep healthy. Examples of deciduous shrubs are certain roses and also Hydrangeas. On the other hand, if there are rotting trees in your yard, you may need to contact a company that provides tree removal and stump grinding services to have them removed. You will see these details when you click on the link: https://arborpronw.com/.

In November, it is still an decent time to plant but as the month goes on temperatures drop and water schedules are adjusted.

Thanks for reading!–Rob, owner.