It’s such a joy to see the fresh new growth emerging from your perennial beds at this time of year; it looks fresher when all of last year’s brown dead foliage has been removed so the flowers can readily burst forth.
- Ornamental grasses decorate the winter landscape but need to be cut back before new growth emerges so the fresh leaves aren’t hampered by the old growth
- Spring is the time to prune for naturally shapely shrubs
- We don’t believe in “meatballing” your shrubs but there are a few that maintain a more appealing shape through the season if cut back now like Chamisa/rabbitbrush, Russian sage, and blue mist/Caryopteris to name a few
- Encourages bigger and more prolific flowers
- Cane roses need a hard cutting back every spring to minimize disease and put out better flowers
- Red and yellow twig dogwood are kept healthy with colorful canes by removing the oldest canes methodically each spring
- Makes your landscape tidier and ready for all the possibility the new season holds
Spring clean-up by our trained professionals gives you a fresh start for the growing season by
- Removing the burden from your to-do list
- Encouraging bigger and more prolific flowers
- Pruning for naturally shapely shrubs
- Making your space tidier & your plants healthier
Contact us for a fresh, lively, and engaging landscape that you’ll want to spend more time in all season!
To the glory of the garden! Eva
Eva Montane, certified Landscape Designer & President of Columbine Landscapes Co