• Landscape Plant Recovery

  • Frost damage on CamelliaThe 2013/14 winter was brutal on plant life and we anticipated a record volume of damage and replacements.

    In fact, the opposite has been true. Sure, there was a prolific amount of damage, but the incredibly mild temperatures and frequent rain has served to heal most plants.  We are relieved and thrilled.  Amazing that after one of our most extreme winters, plant life looks better than it has for years.  Imagine that!

    Roses took it the hardest, but after severe pruning, in excess of 90% are behaving great and producing marvelous blooms.  Boxwood and holly witnessed a lot of burn but again have predominantly recovered.

    Certainly, if you have plants that are not showing signs of improvement by August, it’s time to consider replacement.

     

    Go GREEN.