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Monmouth County Residential Landscaping: Fantastic in Fall

September 8th, 2011

Spring passed and the residential landscaping you had dreamed of is still just a dream. You considered calling a Monmouth County contractor, but now that fall is here, you wonder if it is simply too late.

Residential LandscapingCentury Contacting, LLC is happy to tell you, “You are right on time!”

The days of believing residential landscaping can only be accomplished in spring or early summer are in the past. As it turns out, fall is a fantastic time to get those hardy plants, trees, shrubs, evergreens, and spring flowering bulbs into the ground.  It is also the ideal season for transplanting shrubberies or trees to a more opportune location.

Planting between mid-August and approximately six weeks before the first frost is often best for many perennials, bushes, and trees, as more roots are developed during the fall season than any other time the of the year. You are actually giving them a head start on next year, and when spring returns they will be vigorous and ready to provide beautiful flowers and foliage.

Monmouth County Residential Landscaping Adds Splendor and Appeal

We have more wonderful news to share. Not only will you be able to reap the aesthetic benefits of your new residential landscaping, but also a robust and well planned out landscape can increase the value of your Monmouth County, New Jersey home.

Once you have accepted the shocking truth that fall is a wonderful time for residential landscaping, stop daydreaming and contact us for a free consultation and estimate.

 

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