Holiday Landscape Care

Download 31010 133It’s easy to let your yard work slip during the Christmas season. With all the decorating to do, presents to buy, and home organization before your holiday guests arrive, leaves and yard debris have a tendency to pile up. But continuous lawn maintenance is crucial not only to your holiday landscape, but also to the long-term health of your yard.

Winter Landscaping Pitfalls

Although garden blooming has slowed, the list of landscaping tasks just keeps growing. Raking leaves is essential to a healthy lawn. If allowed to coat your yard, fallen foliage will trap moisture and bacteria in your grass, leading to disease and stunted growth. Winter storms break branches and bushes, and the limbs that litter your yard become both eyesores and tripping hazards. The recent rainfall may have highlighted drainage issues to resolve in your yard. By diligently continuing winter lawn maintenance, you can ensure the health of both your Christmas landscape and your spring flowers.

Let Bloom’n Gardens Maintain Your Landscape

As we approach the New Year, it’s time to start planning your January mulching, February pruning, and winter lawn care. Bloom’n Gardens Landscape not only designs and installs backyard oases and gorgeous Georgia gardens, we’re also available to keep them tidy and thriving. Choose from a variety of Bloom’n Gardens professional lawn maintenance packages. Our services include leaf removal, edging flowerbeds, weed control, fertilization, pest control, pruning and mulching, Christmas lighting and decorating, and much more.

Professional landscape maintenance makes a unique, useful present for those busy bees that just want to stop and admire the roses. Whether it’s one-time garden care, seasonal decorating, or weekly lawn maintenance, our highly trained and friendly staff will take care of the heavy lifting so you can sit back and admire the view.


  1. “Professional landscape maintenance makes a unique, useful present for those busy bees” — hmmm yeah, never thought of this.
    Merry Christmas!

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