HOW TO TAKE CARE OF TREES & ROSE BUSH PLANTS THIS SPRING IN DAVIS CA
It’s spring time and that means you should be pulling on your favorite garden gloves and going to work to get your yard looking its best. Having the best-looking yard on the block not only makes you proud, but it will also send your neighbors into a tailspin of jealousy as they are forced to drive by your home each day wondering how you got it to look so beautiful. Woodland Davis Termite and Pest Control will help protect your yard this spring from harmful insects that threaten to destroy your plants and trees.
Plant Rose Bushes this Spring
Roses are the most popular flower planted by far, and for first-timers, there are a few steps that should be taken to ensure your roses look their best. It is important to consider location before you begin digging into the soil to plant your roses. Roses should be planted where they can receive at least five to six hours of full sunlight per day. Roses that are planted in areas that do not receive enough sunlight will slowly die off and possibly never fully bloom. When planting your roses it is also important to remember not to crowd them with other plants nearby. Be sure to keep your bare root roses in water until the moment you are ready to put them in the ground. Also be sure to wear proper gloves when planting roses, as they do have very sharp thorns that can pierce your skin. There are a handful of insects that will enjoy feasting on your roses if you do not take the proper steps to protect your plant. Japanese beetles, Aphids, and spider mites are all insects that will destroy your roses. Be sure to remove dead leaves and canes to reduce the number of pests that come into your garden.
Tree & Rose Aphid, White Fly & Scale Pest Inspections, Insecticide, Fertilizer & Tree Injection Treatment, Prevention, Control & Removal in Woodland, Davis, Dixon & Winters California
If you have trees in your yard or on your property, springtime is the perfect time of year to do any tree pruning or trimming that needs to be done in order for your tree to continue to grow and stay healthy throughout the year. Trees last a lifetime, so it is important to spend the time now to care for it properly. If you are looking to plant a new tree in your yard this spring, consider what type of tree would work best. Many homeowners make the mistake of purchasing the wrong type of tree for their property that will not flourish or grow to its full potential. Termites are a problem for many homeowners with trees on their property, contact Woodland Davis Termite and Pest Control to keep your trees healthy and termite free this spring.