Winter Landscaping Hendersonville and Greenville
Western North Carolina and western South Carolina are privy to all four seasons. Spring and Autumn have perfect temperatures and an array of colors. Summer is warm but not nearly as hot as cities such as Charlotte. Winter is relatively mild for a high elevation region, but cold enough to delight snow-lovers most years. Most of the year, temperatures cooperate for people who want to get outside and enjoy the splendor of nature that surrounds our area. We have more hiking and mountain biking trails you could explore in a lifetime. There are waterfalls and swimming holes tucked away throughout the region. You can find beautiful 360-degree views of expansive vistas, as well as quiet wooded meadows.
If you like to spend time exploring nature and the outdoors, you certainly live in the right place. Greenville and Hendersonville homeowners often have lawns and yards as beautiful as the surrounding nature. However, some homeowners might be frustrated by when winter comes, and their lawns and landscaping turn brown and gray. At Garrett’s Landscape, we have tips for how to improve your winter landscaping and projects to take on when the weather turns cold.
Winter Landscaping Tips for Hendersonville and Greenville | Garrett’s Landscape
Here are some quick tips for how to get the most out of your landscaping and outdoor spaces in winter:
1. Install Winter Plants That Are Hardy
Everything is cold and gray. Brighten up your yard with hardy, green winter plants. Some of the choices that can add color to your lawn and landscaping include birch trees, winterberry, and Christmas holly.
2. Improve Your Outdoor Living Set-Up
This year, plan to take back your outdoor living spaces from winter’s grip by making it more cold-weather friendly. You can improve on your spaces such as:
- Outdoor Kitchens
- Outdoor fire pits and fireplaces
- Patio Pavers
- Outdoor seating
- Water features
- Retaining walls and boulder walls
3. Get Better Landscape Lighting
Garrett’s Landscape specializes in lighting systems that are unobtrusive and discreet, while at the same time highlighting key features, such as walkways, paths, trees, fountains, ponds, and more. We can help you choose efficient solutions that will minimize your costs while maximizing the visual impact.
4. Get Ready for Spring
Prepare your garden for spring by adding organic material, leaves, clippings, dead annuals, and other materials that will help improve the drainage and health of your soil.
If you are ready to consider what you can do to improve your outdoor living spaces and landscaping during winter in Greenville and Hendersonville, contact Garrett’s Landscape today.