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As your clients begin to get into their full holiday decorating swing, it’s important to keep up with the demands of their York, PA, landscapes. Even though the growing season has ended and many plants have gone dormant for the season, there are still many tasks available to keep landscapes looking fresh and elegant in the spring.

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As your clients begin to get into their full holiday decorating swing, it’s important to keep up with the demands of their York, PA, landscapes. Even though the growing season has ended and many plants have gone dormant for the season, there are still many tasks available to keep landscapes looking fresh and elegant in the spring. Big projects involving masonry can be continued. The seasonal demand of holiday decorations is something to finish well before Christmas but it’s not all that can be done. With a wide variety of projects available, make sure to visit our masonry supply and landscape supply to bedazzle a winter landscape.

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Fire Pit Installation

The warmth of a fire pit is a natural thing to crave in the winter. As your clients begin their holiday season, there is always the prospect of an oasis of warmth for family members to gather outside in comfort. Building materials can include natural stone, cinder blocks, or natural stone veneer. 

Outdoor Fireplace & Expansion

While most fire pits tend to be fairly simple and rustic, an outdoor fireplace can expand the purpose of an area to involve cooking and more communal gathering. Set the fireplace below the grade of the rest of the patio or surrounding land to create a cozy nook. Add high-backed seat walls to a fireplace area that will help shield those gathering from exposure to wind and trap the hard-earned heat near the source. 

Building or Repairing Masonry

Whether it’s an existing stone structure or one that still lives in the mind of your clients, book time for a site visit. This time could be spent assessing the damage of years gone by on those walls, walkways, patios, or driveways, and it could open up opportunities to plan and put dreams into action with the landscape improvement projects that didn’t get done during the growing season. 

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Raised Planter Beds

The allure of a vegetable garden is something that many homeowners want to begin but don’t have the time or ability to crouch on their knees and dig in the ground. A raised planter bed is far easier for gardening and will give your clients the ability to grow their own vegetables or specialize in some flowers. Install an irrigation system to make the process of watering even easier. Get started during the winter so it’s just in time to start seeding in the spring.

Seasonal Landscape Maintenance

There are many ways to keep up on landscape maintenance through the cold season. It’s a great time to add slow-releasing fertilizer to bolster the lawn for spring. Removing leaves and snow is essential to keep the intended plant life happy and growing. Fallen leaves can attract pests and disease. Pruning trees and shrubs outside of the growing season is key for ensuring health and proper growth in the next year. The allure of a perfectly manicured yard is present long after the leaves have fallen. 

Holiday Decorating

Special, festive additions to planters and outdoor lighting could help your clients with their holiday decorating. From stringing lights all over the house to decorating tall trees, there is lots of work to be done before the end of the year.

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