Creating a Year-Round Estate Property Maintenance Schedule for Your Landscaping

Creating a Year-Round Estate Property Maintenance Schedule for Your Landscaping

Maintaining the beauty and functionality of an estate’s landscaping requires consistent attention and care throughout the year. A property maintenance schedule makes tracking critical tasks easier. 

Whether you’re a new property owner or manager (or just want to improve lawn care), follow our property maintenance schedule below to keep your estate looking its best.

January and February

  • Inspect and prune dormant trees and shrubs to promote healthy growth for spring.
  • Clear debris from landscape beds and lawn areas to prevent mold and disease.
  • Plan and design any new landscaping projects for spring.

March and April

  • Begin spring clean-up of the estate property by removing winter debris.
  • Test and repair soil as needed for optimal plant health.
  • Start summer garden preparation once the risk of frost has passed.
  • Apply a slow-release fertilizer to encourage lush growth.

May and June

  • Monitor irrigation systems for efficiency and adjust watering schedules as necessary.
  • Mulch landscape beds to retain moisture and suppress weed growth.
  • Remove dead flower heads to encourage continuous blooming.
  • Prune spring flowering shrubs to maintain shape and promote new growth.

July and August

  • Regularly mow and edge lawn areas to keep them tidy.
  • Water deeply during periods of drought.
  • Control weeds by hand pulling or using eco-friendly herbicides.
  • Monitor the property for signs of pests and treat to prevent plant damage.

September and October

  • Aerate and overseed the lawn to support healthy turf growth.
  • Remove spent annuals and vegetables to make room for fall plantings.
  • Plant a fall garden for a seasonal burst of color.
  • Apply a fall fertilizer to replenish soil nutrients.

November and December

  • Remove leaves and debris to prevent smothering grass and plants.
  • Protect cold-sensitive plants from frost by covering them or bringing them indoors.
  • Prune deciduous trees and shrubs while they’re dormant.
  • Plan and prepare for winter projects like hardscaping or tree removal.

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  • Regularly inspect and maintain irrigation systems.
  • Monitor landscaping for signs of disease and treat promptly.
  • Keep pathways and outdoor living spaces free of debris.
  • Stay vigilant against invasive plant species.

A Property Maintenance Schedule Designed for You

Remember to adjust tasks based on your landscaping, and don’t hesitate to seek professional landscapers for larger projects or ongoing maintenance. With a dedicated property maintenance schedule, you can enjoy a beautiful outdoor space all year.

Schedule a property consultation now and get a personalized maintenance calendar to keep your estate’s landscape thriving!

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