How to Protect Your Landscape from Winter Storms
Are your trees full of snow from a recent winter storm?
Does the cold weather have you nervous your plants and trees won’t make it through the cold weather?
The winter can be full of snow and cold temperatures. All the snow and freezing cold weather may have you worrying about your lawn, trees, plants, and shrubs. A winter like this one is turning out to be could be your landscapes biggest enemy.
Today, we would like to share with you some tips and tricks to keeping your landscape alive throughout the winter and thrive this coming spring.
Some of the information below talks about preparing your lawn, garden, roses, and trees for winters cold winds and heavy snow falls. The good news is that it’s not too late and some of the preparing tips can help right now.
Tips & Tricks to protect your landscape during winter
Are you interested in protecting your trees from heavy snow? In our article, How to Protect Your Trees from Heavy Snow, we outlined just how to do that.
In our article, Four Ways to Prepare Your Lawn for Winter, we shared 4 tips that will help keep your lawn alive through the winter. These are four tips to keep in mind once you can see you lawn again.
In another article about preparing your garden for winter, we have included tips and tricks are highlighted in How to Prep Your Garden for Winter. The good news is that it’s still not too late.
One tip from that article says to protect your evergreens by using a burlap screen stacked around the evergreen. You can use this burlap trick with almost any shrub or tree.
Are you concerned about frost harming your roses? Please check out our article, 4 Tips to Protecting Your Roses Against Winter, where you can find even more helpful tricks and tips. We have included tips like tying together the canes with twine to help protect your roses from the winter’s wind.
Are you interested in protecting your trees from heavy snow? In How to Protect Your Trees From Heavy Snow, we outline just how to do that.
With the tips outlined here, you will be able to protect your landscape through cold winter storms. Stay warm and if you have any tips that you would like to share, please include them in the comment section below.