For More Information, Call
Stewart Lawn & Landscape
Click Here for a Free Evaluation

Gorgeous Healthy Gardens!

Vibrant Flowers, Thick Green Turf and Colourful Trees!

We have the knowledge and experience to complete any gardening project brilliantly. We are also ready to provide advice on any yard-work matter. Here are some of our useful tips:

Before the end of March make sure you:

Fertilize your bushes, perennials and groundcovers. Then, water thoroughly to avoid damage on the plants and to boost the absorption of the nutrients.
Prune all your plants even if they seem minimally ruined.  You should not only remove the dead material, but you should also go further and cut off about 4 to 6 inches above the base of the plants. This will ensure rapid and extensive growth.  
Mulch right after you cultivate the soil around your plants. Add no more than 2 ½” at one time and keep replenishing the mulch.
Weed your plants and free them from those disserving weeds.

Before the beginning of summer:

Prune again. Focus on your ornamental shrubs such as the azaleas and rhododendrons and help them have healthy buds the following year. Also target your forsythia and viburnum.
Plant your shrubs, robust annuals, and summer-blooming perennials. Ultimate planting times vary for each plant species; however, most planting can be done now that the cold has subsided for good.

Pointed Leaves 36619 420


Create you own Compost! Build a compost pile in you back yard where you will allow nature to play its game and convert your yard waste into useful material ready for use.

Eliminate Bugs before they eliminate your plants. Use a technique geared towards treating pest types individually, focusing on their specificities. General treatment methods are not as effective. Look for a method known as Integrated Pest Management (IPM).  


Wait for consistant warm temperatures before planting more sensitive annuals and vegetables.

Ask A Gardener

Do you have a question click here!