• Advantages of Fall Tree Planting in Ohio

      Ask different people when is the best time to plant trees in Ohio and you’ll get different answers. Most will automatically reply that spring is the best time for planting simply because it’s the most common time. But what about the rest of the year? Many arborists and landscapers agree that planting trees in… Read more »
  • Grass Seed Planting in Ohio.

      If you have ugly brown spots or bare patches on your lawn, or you’re growing a new lawn from scratch, the best time of year for grass seed planting in Ohio is coming up soon. Five Seasons Landscape Management explains the different types of grass seed, how to plant it for optimum results, and… Read more »
  • Tips on growing new trees and removing dead trees

      Summer is almost here and the trees have finally filled out, providing comforting shade from the sun and privacy from nosey neighbors. But wait. Why does one tree look small and puny and another has no leaves? What am I doing wrong? You don’t have to have a degree in horticulture to grow healthy,… Read more »
  • Reasons why you should mulch your garden and landscaping.

    With spring comes yard work. It’s inevitable. But it can also be satisfying watching all your hard work blossom and bloom around you. An important part of Columbus, Ohio, landscaping that most people don’t think about in detail is mulch. After all, what is mulch? And why should you mulch your garden and landscaping? We… Read more »
  • How to Treat Your Lawn in Spring

    As commercial landscapers, people often ask us how to treat a lawn in the spring, and our reply is not as much how, but when. Living in Columbus, Ohio, it could warm up to 70 degrees in February and snow as late as April, so it’s imperative to time it right and wait until your… Read more »
  • Five Seasons Landscape Management at the Columbus Home and Garden Show

    Five Seasons Landscape Management welcomes you to come see our beautiful Greek garden at the Columbus Home and Garden Show 2017, where this year’s garden theme is Regions of the World.   Inspired by classic Mediterranean style, our Greek-inspired garden is highlighted by a cobalt blue, dome-topped pergola supported by ionic columns, meant to resemble… Read more »
  • The Benefits of Using Seeds When Growing a Vegetable Garden Indoors

      Nothing is more flavorful and delicious than home-grown food. Even though it’s still cold outside, if you’re thinking about planting a vegetable garden, you can start planning – and growing – your seeds now in the comfort of your home. Want to Grow Your Own Seeds Indoors for a Vegetable Garden? Here’s How! Why… Read more »
  • How to Decorate Your Yard for the Holidays without Hurting Your Lawn

    With the holiday season in full swing, many of you probably have questions about managing your lawn’s health while also being able to decorate it with some holiday spirit. That’s why we’ve gathered some useful tips to keep in mind to help maintain the quality and health of your lawn while decorating this holiday season…. Read more »
  • How to Protect Plants from Frost and Other Winter Damage

    As we enter late November and the days get shorter and the temperatures drop, one thing becomes increasingly clear: winter is coming. And along with the cold weather comes frost and ice, both of which can wreak havoc on your plants and shrubs. But don’t worry. Winter may be considered the “offseason” for gardening and… Read more »
  • 3 Fall Landscaping Tips to Get Your Yard Ready for Winter

    Winter is coming to Ohio. The days are shorter, the grass isn’t growing as high – if at all, the leaves are changing color, and your yard is preparing to take a seasonal nap. But before you hang up your gardening gloves, here are three fall landscaping tips you shouldn’t ignore. Irrigation blowout, close and… Read more »

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