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Ways to Make Sure Your Landscaping Adapts to Fall Weather

Ways to Make Sure Your Landscaping Adapts to Fall Weather

It might be tempting to believe the plants in your yard will just be fine throughout the changing seasons. After all, nature does just fine by itself. But the truth is that landscaped flowers and hedges in your lawn are not quite in their natural environment. And while Tennessee may be in the south, our fall and winter seasons are capable of harming plants.

But don’t worry—there are many things you can do to prepare your garden and landscape for fall weather. Help your plants regulate their temperature, from their tips to the roots, with these tips for Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Green Hill, and the surrounding areas.


Add Mulch to Thin Areas

Mulch is a great way to regulate ground temperature. It acts as an insulator for soil and keeps plant roots from freezing and protects them from damage. Most gardens have some kind of mulch, but in preparation for fall is a great time to evaluate the status. If there are any thinned out areas from wind or decomposing mulch, you can add some on to swaddle your plants away from dropping outdoor temperatures.


Examine Plants for Signs of Plant Disease or Insect Infestation

Diseases and pests like this insect in Green Hill, TN, can harm your plants.

Now’s the time to cure a plant of any possible diseases or insect infestation. If the trees go into colder temperatures unhealthy, they’re less likely to cope with fall and winter. It makes them more likely to die. A professional landscaping service, like Master's Landscape Design, will be able to help you ensure your yard is...

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Why Your Hardscaping Needs Maintenance

Why Your Hardscaping Needs Maintenance

Hardscaping is essentially an extension of your home. The clean, organized look they offer will only last if patios, walkways, and driveways are properly maintained.

There are several reasons why your hardscaping needs maintenance, including damage prevention, cosmetic appearance, and safety.


Hardscapes require regular maintenance to prevent damage to materials.

This custom patio and firepit in Mt. Juliet will need to be cleaned and sealed periodically.

In order to keep your hardscapes in good working order, you will need to perform regular maintenance. It’s often very beneficial to call in professionals for sealing and pressure washing jobs.

Driveways constructed with custom materials such as concrete pavers and bricks can be preserved with professional sealing jobs. The seal will lock in the clean look of a newly laid driveway, which prevents physical and cosmetic damage from occurring. Without proper sealing, scratches and cracks are more likely to appear.

The same is true for walkways and patios, which will occasionally need to be sprayed or scrubbed down to prevent the buildup of dirt and grime.


Preserve a neat cosmetic appearance with regular hardscape maintenance.

One of the most obvious advantages of regular maintenance of hardscapes is the cosmetic benefit. The reason homeowners are willing to invest in custom hardscapes is that they look amazing and provide a high level of convenience as they extend their livable space.

One of the best ways to provide a longer lifespan is to have hardscapes professionally sealed....

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