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Winter Is Coming: Prepare Your Landscape!

Winter Is Coming: Prepare Your Landscape!

Harsh winter conditions are right around the corner, and now is the time to make sure your landscape is ready. Here are our favorite winterization tips for your landscape! Water Features You have two options, and while most people opt for the shut-down service, they...
Now Is the Time to Aerate and Overseed Your Lawn!

Now Is the Time to Aerate and Overseed Your Lawn!

One of the most important elements of a healthy lawn is aeration and overseeding, which helps nutrients reach the soil beneath your grass. Ideally, you should aerate and overseed your lawn in the late summer and early fall when night time temperatures are cooler....
Mulch or River Rock? What about Weed Barrier Fabric?

Mulch or River Rock? What about Weed Barrier Fabric?

Applying mulch to your garden and landscape provides a number of benefits, including reduced erosion and water loss, improved soil nutrition and a more balanced soil temperature. Different kinds of mulch provide these benefits at different levels. Mulch is anything...
Tree Stakes & Straps Removal

Tree Stakes & Straps Removal

Are you killing your new tree? Newly-planted trees are often, but not always, supported by staking. Tree staking is normally done with straps or hoses around the trunk at the lowest branch crotches, then secured with wire to stakes that are pounded in the ground. This...
Here’s Your Spring Checklist!

Here’s Your Spring Checklist!

Maintenance Tips for a Healthy Landscape The best part about spring is being outdoors and enjoying your landscape! After harsh winter conditions, however, our landscapes need some TLC. Here’s your spring maintenance checklist to make sure your landscape is ready...

April Blooms!

At Jensen Gardens, we love spring! Two of our favorite shrubs that bloom in April are Forsythia and PJM Rhododendron, and two of our favorite trees are Royal Raindrops Crab Apple and Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry. Learn more about each below. Shrubs Forsythia used to...