Spring Cleanup Checklist for Your Yard

It’s springtime, which means it’s time to get your yard all spruced up for the summer. This isn’t a dreadful time of the year because it means that summer is right around the corner, and you want your yard to be in the best-looking condition there is.

Landscaping your yard with blue spruce treesMake it Look Tip-Top for Memorial Day

There are plenty of things to get done before the summer, and you never want to miss any big cleanup tasks in your yard.

Here is a checklist:

  • Cleanup Debris – first and foremost, you yard is going to be cluttered with debris from the fall and winter seasons. It is essential to clean up all the straggling leaves and twigs around the yard. It will make your yard look much cleaner.
  • Mow the Lawn – if your grass is long, it’s time to give it a haircut. Make sure to do the edging as well for this will give your yard a pristine look for this coming Memorial Day.
  • Do some landscaping – if you have a garden or flower beds, it’s a good time to start cleaning up the weeds and extra dried out soil and mulch. You want to give it a good makeover for it to look fresh. Pull out the dead flowers, plant new ones, and lay some fresh mulch down. Also, don’t forget to edge the beds.
  • Consider planting new trees – Every year you want to be proud of the way your yard looks. Consider adding something new to your yard such as Spruce Trees.

Blue Spruce Trees for Your Yard

Blue Spruce Trees can be a great addition to your yard. Why? Because they live long and are very easy to maintain year-round. They also make for building really pretty flower beds around them. Check out this Spruce Point Tree Farm blog to figure out where you should plant Blue Spruce Trees in your yard.

Contact Spruce Point Tree Farm at 970-618-5427 to find out which nurseries near you sell our spruce trees