If what started off as a relatively benign winter takes an eventful turn, your lifestyle and surroundings will have to adjust. Once the storms pass, you will resume your regular routine, but the trees and shrubs around your home may still be reeling under the effects of the weather. Any sudden, rapid drop in temperatures, sustained low temperatures, or bursts of snow and ice can cause stress, injury or damage to the shrubbery and ornamental trees in your yard. The experts at GREENSKEEPER offer some suggestions on how to care for your snow-damaged plants, shrubs and trees…
Snowstorms can have a devastating effect on the shrubs, trees and plants in your yard. While a proper pre-winter pruning may potentially prevent damage from a heavy snowfall, storms are accompanied by not just a blanket of snow, but also heavy gusts of wind, freezing rain and hail or ice pellets. Here are some of the steps you can take after the storm is over.
While you can carry out minor clean ups after a snowstorm on your own, any major damage may need to be handled by the professionals. Instead of taking a DIY approach, hire the services of our experts who will conduct a thorough assessment and help you speed up the recovery of your trees and plants following a snowstorm. With our quality craftsmanship and attention to detail, GREENSKEEPER’s team of professionals has been serving residents in and around Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery County for over 50 years.
GREENSKEEPER Professional Lawn Care offers a variety of Service Programs for your residential and commercial property and we can tailor a program that meets your preferences and your budget. In addition to Lawn Care, this includes Tree & Shrub Care as well as Spotted Lanternfly Treatment. For a more beautiful lawn this season, click to contact GREENSKEEPER online or call 215-938-8440 and we will be in touch with you soon to schedule a no-obligation cost estimate!