I’m frequently asked, “What’s the best time of year to plant?”
Technically the answer from best to worst seasons are:
• spring (yes, the season everyone thinks about landscape is third best)
The reason I rank the seasons in this way is logical if you stop and consider that plants and people have more in common than you may think. The closer we get to summer, the more uncomfortable we can become with our HOT North Texas weather.
That’s why installing in the fall or this winter is such a great time. In North Texas there will be plenty of warm fall and winter days for new plants to set their roots and become established in your landscape. Established plants are much easier to keep healthy during times of the year that are more stressful for young plants (like the heat of our summer.)
A lot of people bring up concerns about their new plants freezing in in the winter. The reality is if you go with Village Green for a new landscape, we’re going to carefully select your plants so they will be fine. Village Green rarely loses plants to the cold weather so if you are considering a landscape project for 2018, rest assured that the fall and winter are the best times of the year to complete this work.
As always, if you have a question regarding your lawn and landscape give us call at 972.495.6990 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I love to answer your questions and often turn them into Quick Tips to help teach our customers on all things lawn and landscape related!