Plant Spring Bulbs in the Fall

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Ever wonder why you plant bulbs in the fall and they don’t bloom until spring? The reason is because the bulbs are actually dormant when you buy them, and the cold winter temperatures break their dormancy. The bulb stores food for the plant so that it has the necessary nutrients to grow and begin to… Read more »

Fall Planting Tips

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When people think about planting, they often think of springtime. However, fall has many planting benefits as well. Here in Columbus, you can safely plant up to six weeks before the first frost, which means well into October for Ohioans. Reasons to plant in the fall: The cooler temperatures create a comfortable environment for working… Read more »

Why You Should Plant Grass Seed in Fall

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Do you want to seed your lawn this fall in Columbus, Ohio? Whether you need to plant a new lawn, thicken your existing lawn, or fill in bare spots, the optimal seeding time frame is from mid-August to mid-September. Why Plant Grass Seed in Fall? 1. The extreme heat is over and the cooler temperatures… Read more »

SNOW SUBCONTRACTORS NEEDED!

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Five Seasons Landscape is currently accepting applications for Snow Sub Contractors for the central Ohio market.. Snow subcontractors would be assigned full management of properties or partner with Five Seasons staff to manager snow removal, ice control or hauling. We are looking for all sizes of operators, with various equipment. Plow Trucks, Skid steers, Loaders,… Read more »

Why Prune Your Plants in Summer?

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Pruning plants in the summer can greatly benefit Columbus, Ohio, landscapes. As a general rule, the best time to prune is when the early summer’s growth is complete. Not sure exactly what to do? Don’t worry; Five Seasons Landscape Management has some great tips to help keep your yard looking great all year long! 3… Read more »

Plant Your Second Crop of Lettuce in Columbus, Ohio

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If you planted a vegetable garden this year in Columbus, Ohio, you probably planted lettuce, which grows fairly easily in the Ohio region. As you know, vegetables provide healthy nutritional benefits and are fun to grow in your yard. But did you also know that you can plant lettuce and other leafy vegetables more than… Read more »

Prune Perennials – Deadheading in Columbus, Ohio

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Deadheading. It sounds so medieval, but it’s one of the best things you can do to keep your perennial blooms coming back again and again. “How?” you ask. Rather than wasting their energy forming seeds, perennial deadheading redirects the plant’s energy to encourage new growth. As far as tools go, you can use scissors, pruning… Read more »

How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles in Columbus, Ohio

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Wondering how to stop Japanese Beetles from destroying your plants? Here’s some useful information! Japanese Beetles have a pretty simple life, they hatch, eat, mate and lay eggs. The problem is that in order to survive, they are feasting on your landscaping! Japanese Beetles are herbivores that feed on broad-leaved plants. Since the beetles only… Read more »

Dinner with the Owners!

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Each month a crew of the month is nominated, at both our branches and are all taken out to dinner by the owners, looks like they having a great time last night!!  

How to Get Rid of Bagworms in Columbus, Ohio

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Do you have Bagworms in your Columbus, Ohio, yard? Bagworms are caterpillars that live on host plants in bags made from their silk. The worms use foliage, bark and other debris to camouflage the bags, which range in size from 1.5 to 2.5 inches long. There may be 300 to 1,000 eggs laid each year,… Read more »