Get Ready for Spring Landscaping

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It’s been a chilly April in Columbus, Ohio, but spring is on the way! Here are ways to get your yard ready for the upcoming warmer weather. Attack Crabgrass: These annual weeds are done sleeping and they’re ready to take over your lawn. Make a defensive strike of attack by applying a pre-emergent herbicide to… Read more »

Scholarship Winner is Elena Andrews from Columbus State!

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Congratulations to Elena Andrews, who was recipient of the Five Seasons Landscape Management Scholarship at Columbus State Community College!   Here is a little bit of what she had to say: “It is with great honor that I have been awarded the Five Seasons Landscape Management Scholarship from the 2016 National Association of Landscape Professionals… Read more »

The Year of the Cicada

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Cicadas are coming to Columbus, Ohio, this year. That’s right; it’s already been 17 years since the last time we had a Cicada outbreak in 1999. What affect will the Cicadas have on your landscape? Here is some useful information about the 17-year Cicadas that you should know. Every 17 years the Brood-V, or 17-year,… Read more »

Columbus, Ohio – Home and Garden Show 2016

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Sick of all the snow? Come check out the beautiful gardens at the Columbus Dispatch 2016 Home & Garden Show. Five Seasons Landscape Management is excited to participate again this year and show off our beautiful butterfly-inspired garden. Butterflies may be insects, but they don’t annoy us like flies and mosquitos. Butterflies are lovely to… Read more »

Plan Yard Improvements in Winter

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Don’t wait to plan your spring landscaping and hardscape design build in Columbus, Ohio. Winter is a great time to meet with designers, landscape architects, and contractors for new landscape ideas. Whether you want a privacy fence, irrigation system, or fire pit, or outdoor kitchen, these companies typically have more time in the winter to… Read more »

Commercial Snow Removal Services in Columbus, Ohio!

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Winter is a snowy and icy time of year, and with poor weather conditions comes the increased risk of slips and falls. If you own a business, you are responsible for keeping your employees, customers and/or tenants safe. Make sure that you are maintaining your property accordingly to help prevent any injuries. Five Seasons Landscape… Read more »

Protect Your Roses In Winter

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If you have hardy rose plants, you probably don’t have to do anything to prep them for winter, but other rose varieties are more delicate and require special protection from the winter’s cold. Delicate rose varieties include: Hybrid teas Floribundas Grandifloras Climbers For protection, your roses need to “harden off” prior to winter so that… Read more »

Prepare Your Yard for Winter

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You can enjoy your fall plants until the ground freezes by prepping your yard for winter. Don’t just leave it up to fate. Here are some helpful tips on cleaning up your beds, cutting back plants, mulching and more! PLANTS Getting your yard ready for winter is not a one-and-done task. Because plants die back… Read more »

Fall Fertilizing for Your Lawn and Landscape

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Fertilize your lawn in the fall and the benefits will extend throughout the year. Next spring your lawn will be more resistant to disease and draught, and it will turn green earlier in the season. When cooler temperatures are upon us, the visible growth of your grass slows down and eventually stops. The roots, however,… Read more »

Fall Aeration and Seeding

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Autumn isn’t just for football and apple cider. It’s also a great time for fall overseeding. During the summer hot temperatures, insects, and general foot traffic all take a toll on your lawn. Once the cooler weather arrives, your lawn is ready for some rejuvenation. How Grass Grows Did you know that a blade of… Read more »