If you’re a seasonal resident and will be heading north soon, here are some things you should do that will help your landscaping stay healthy and look its best and minimize work for you when you return in the fall. Most of the tips are good for year-round residents too.
Consider the conditions your landscape will be going through. We have two months of dry weather ahead, and the temperature will be rising daily. The rainy season usually arrives by mid-June — but we can have extended dry spells even in summer. Our lawn grasses grow when temperature reaches 80 degrees. Grass will need cutting every ten days or so during the summer. It is also the season of weeds.
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