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Tuesday
Feb272018

Benefits of Winter Pruning

A lush, Goldberg & Rodler maintained landscape border full of flowering and evergreen shrubs, mixed with perennials and ornamental trees.Extend the life and health of your garden with proper pruning techniques from Goldberg & Rodler. Winter pruning is one technique we use to keep your landscape thriving. Pruning in winter makes it easier to see the structure of an ornamental tree or shrub so we can better address dead wood, crossing branches, dead and diseased limbs, and overall shape to keep the best natural form of your plants. Pruning will also allow for increased light penetration and air circulation, a must for any healthy plant to flourish, promoting new growth and hearty flowering.

We have just three more weeks of winter left, let's make them count! Call (631) 271-6460 to speak to our plant healthcare specialists and give your ornamental trees and shrubs a jump start this growing season.

Monday
Mar172014

Landscape Trends 2014

Play a relaxing game of bocce in your own backyard!Revitalize your spring landscape with a few new landscape ideas for 2014.

After this winter, aren't we are all ready for spring? Winter has had a tight grip on us this year. Let's shake it off and THINK SPRING!

Sustainability: Start your compost pile now. No meat byproducts, only "green" kitchen scraps (veggies/fruits). Grow your own vegetables and herbs. Collect rainwater to irrigate planters and vegetable gardens. Plant lower maintenance, eco-friendly trees and shrubs.

Lawn Games: A hit for outdoor parties or family time with the kids. Try games like Can Jam, Bocce, Volleyball or Badminton.

Garden Art: Always in and always a welcome addition. It can be as simple as a bird bath or gazing ball or as imaginative as a custom commissioned piece of sculpture.

Outdoor Furniture and Accessories: The options grow each year. Pillows, carpets, oversized umbrellas, canopies, hammocks, tiki bars and more can be integrated into your outdoor spaces.

Planting Trees: A sign of recovery from Sandy and from a sluggish economy. They're also great for increasing air quality and providing welcome shade in the summer months.

Fire pits, fountains and outdoor rooms are recent trends that are still growing in demand. These are just a few ideas to get your mind moving on improvements for your landscape and motif and gardening habits. How do YOU get ready for spring? We would love to know what you do to get ready. Email us at SalM@goldbergandrodler.net. How do WE get ready for spring? There are a few ideas in our Spring Cleanup and Startup entry. Also check out our Cabin Fever article for planning tips.

Written by Sal Masullo