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Preparing Your Commercial Landscape for Spring


Commercial Landscape Design
Commercial Landscape in Spring

As the last frost thaws and the first buds of spring appear, it’s time for businesses in the UK to turn their attention to their commercial landscapes. Spring is a pivotal season for rejuvenating outdoor spaces, ensuring they are welcoming, vibrant, and reflective of your business’s professional image. Here’s how you can effectively prepare your commercial landscape for the spring season.


Assess and Clean Up

Start with a thorough assessment of your landscape. The winter months can leave behind debris, such as fallen branches and leaves. Clearing this debris is crucial for both aesthetic appeal and the health of your landscape. It allows new plants to grow unimpeded and prevents pests and diseases.


Prune and Trim

Pruning and trimming are essential for the health and appearance of your plants. Remove any dead or damaged branches from trees and shrubs. This not only encourages healthy growth but also helps to maintain shape and improve the overall look of your landscape.


Lawn Care

After the winter, lawns often need some tender loving care. Begin with raking to remove thatch and aerating the soil to improve water and nutrient penetration. Apply a spring lawn fertiliser to encourage lush, green growth and consider overseeding to fill in any bare patches.


Plant Spring Flowers

Spring is synonymous with blooming flowers. Planting seasonal flowers can instantly uplift the appearance of your commercial property. Consider flowers like daffodils, tulips, and pansies, which are not only beautiful but also hardy in the unpredictable UK spring weather.


Update Irrigation Systems

Check your irrigation systems to ensure they are functioning correctly. Winter can cause damage or blockages. Efficient irrigation is vital to keep your landscape hydrated without overwatering or wasting water.


Mulching

Apply a fresh layer of mulch around your plants and trees. Mulch helps to retain moisture, suppress weeds, and improve soil quality. It also gives your landscape a neat, well-cared-for appearance.


Pest and Disease Control

Spring is a key time to get ahead of pests and diseases. Inspect your plants for any signs of trouble and take appropriate measures. Early intervention can prevent larger infestations and damage later in the season.


Revamp Hardscape Elements

Don’t forget the non-living elements of your landscape. Repair any damage to walkways, patios, or fences. Consider updating outdoor furniture or lighting to enhance the functionality and ambiance of your outdoor spaces.


Plan for Ongoing Maintenance

A great spring setup is just the beginning. Plan for ongoing maintenance throughout the season to ensure your landscape remains attractive and healthy. This may include regular mowing, weeding, pruning, and additional plantings.


Seek Professional Advice

If you’re unsure about any aspect of preparing your landscape for spring, don’t hesitate to seek advice from a professional landscaping service like our team at Brewood Landscapes. We can provide tailored advice and services to ensure your commercial landscape is at its best.


Preparing your commercial landscape for spring is an investment in your business’s image and the well-being of your employees and clients. By following these steps, you can create an inviting and vibrant outdoor space that reflects the vitality and professionalism of your business.

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