As a Property Manager or Facilities Director, one of your key responsibilities is ensuring that your commercial property is well-maintained in terms of appearance and functionality. The exterior grounds, including the landscaping, play a vital role in creating a positive first impression. It is crucial to develop a comprehensive landscape plan that covers various aspects of maintenance and upkeep. Explore the essential elements that should be included in your landscaping plan and learn the benefits of partnering with a professional landscape company like Chapel Valley.
It’s almost springtime in Maryland and Virginia. So, now is the time to think about planning those perennials. This is especially the case if you are hoping to have your property awash with color in time for late summer and early fall. Of course it is also the time to take plant health care into account because the perennials that were planted in late summer and early fall of last year should be about ready to make their first appearances. Read more »
As a homeowner, you know how important your landscaping is. This is because your landscaping provides curb appeal, making your home beautiful, attractive, and welcoming. However, knowing all the rules about plant health care can be difficult, time-consuming, and just a hassle. If you have trouble with your landscaping, you may consider planting these plants that are considered “indestructible”: Read more »
Around the holidays, it is not uncommon for many home and business owners to ask us about including poinsettias in their properties’ landscaping. And knowing how beautiful the festive plants are, we don’t blame customers for asking about them. However, most are quite surprised when they learn how much work is involved in keeping the plants healthy year-round. So this week, we wanted to touch upon some plant health care basics: Read more »
Spring has come and gone, the flowers are all blooming and the grass is green. We are now approaching the hotter summer months where there is fun in the sun, BBQ parties, and swimming. You might enjoy the warmer weather, but to your plants, this can be a stressful time. Here are some suggestions to help with your plants health care during these hot months. Read more »