Much of the country will experience the last frost of the season during May, bringing us to the heady days of spring gardening. So whether you’re just getting your hands dirty for the first time, or already have calluses from digging, here are some tips and chores for the May lawn and garden.
In April the weather is warming, trees and spring bulbs are showing off blooms, yet cold weather threatens the eager gardener who starts too early. As plants and gardeners awaken, the mad rush of planting, pruning, and plowing descends.
March marks the arrival of spring, but depending on where you live, freezing weather can persist well past the official start of spring. Read more to find out how to get your lawn and garden ready for the upcoming growing season.
The “4 Seasons of Home Ownership” spring checklist covers basic home maintenance tasks, as well as items to accomplish as time and budget allow. The list includes pressure washing exterior areas of your home, repairing outdoor furniture, and adding curb appeal with new light fixtures.
Spring means most people will be spending more time outside, enjoying the back yard, and taking walks in the neighborhood. Here are a few ideas for cleaning, repairing, and improving the curb appeal of your home’s exterior.
Spring is finally here, and I hope you’ve got a lot of energy, because this season’s to-do list will really get you moving! From cleaning gutters and windows to organizing your garage, our spring maintenance list will get your home in shape so you can enjoy the summer ahead.