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Spring Gardening Checklist

Spring is officially here!  Our Spring Gardening Checklist makes preparing your Westchester home for warm weather easy.

Spring Gardening Checklist

Westchester Spring Gardening Checklist

Each homeowner’s spring gardening checklist will vary.  Before you create your spring gardening checklist, write down any goals you have for your Westchester property.  Consider long term and short term goals for your yard.

Walkways & Walls

Spring Gardening Checklist Westchester Tree Life

Westchester county’s past snowstorms may have taken a toll on your yard’s walkways and walls.  Check your stone walkways and walls for damaged or missing pieces.  This is the perfect time to re-position your yard’s layout.

Tree Removal

Tree Stump Grinding Westchester Tree Life

Westchester Tree Life can professionally remove that unsightly tree stump from your yard.

Spring cleaning is the perfect time to remove that dead tree or stubborn tree stump from your yard!  Westchester Tree Life’s certified arborists can offer tree removal and tree stump grinding services.  Request a consultation online here.

Tree & Shrub Planting

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Let Westchester Tree Life take care of tree and shrub planting this year!

Trees can provide the perfect amount of privacy, while adding aesthetic appeal.  If tree and shrub planting seems overwhelming to you, our team of professional arborists can help!  We can assist you in selecting the best trees and shrubs for your yard, and provide a customized plant health care plan for you.  View all of Westchester Tree Life’s services here.

Garden Shed Organization

Spring Gardening Checklist

Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed, bhg.com

Don’t forget to add garden shed organization to your spring garden checklist!  Starting the season with a tidy workspace will entice you to spend more time outdoors.  Throw away any tools which are broken, clean and stack gardening pots, and keep additional potting soil and mulch on hand.  Check out Better Homes & Gardens’ “Storage Secrets for Your Gardening Shed” article here.