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January Landscape & Lawn Care Checklist

Mulching (Mowing) leaves is a great way to dispose of them. Mulching also mixes grass clippings with the leaf particles. Mulching is faster and far easier than raking. As organic mulches decompose, they release valuable nutrients for use by your lawn and landscape plants.

This is also a good time evaluate your landscape, and remove unattractive plants. NOTE:  If your Banana tree foliage, or other bulbed plants have turned brown from the frost, you can cut them back. They're bulbs and return in the spring. 

Before planting in Spring, now would be a good time to get your shed in order, clear our weeds, mulch and other debris. Prepare the soil. Set up new planters and garden beds.

Remove invasive weeds that may have taken over the growing season.





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