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We caught a few of Baldi Gardens Crews out this sunny spring day enhancing and maintaining coustomer properties
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March
Gardeners To Do List For March
Average Date of Last Freeze in Tarrant County: March 4 - 12
Planting
Divide and replant fall flowering plants such as asters and mums, after the last freeze.Don’t be tempted to divide your mums in the fall. They respond best to being split in the spring, just as they’re starting to grow. 
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Split mums in the spring of the year. Dig up the entire plant by carefully using your spade around the plant and lifting the whole plant out. Try to get as much of the root ball as possible.
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Cut the clump into 3 or 4 wedges like a pie.
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Discard the oldest part of the plant. That will be the center of the mum or the innermost point of each of your pie-shaped wedges.
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Replant the divisions at the same depth it was growing originally. Pick a sunny, well-drained location.
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Pack the divisions in snuggly mulch and water well.
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Perfect timing for all that trimming you been putting off:
* Trim or mow grassy ground covers such as liriope and mondo grass, if needed, due to freeze damage or ragged appearance, before spring growth begins.
* Finish pruning pecan trees and fruit trees before spring bud break.
* Prune other shade trees and woody shrubs as necessary to remove dead wood and improve structure.
* Note: Do not prune live oaks or red oaks from Feb.15 to June 30. If you must prune then, always ‘paint’ the cut end with tree wound paint; being very careful not to paint over the collar of the cut.
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Gardeners To Do List For February
I am so excited about it, we can start planting early spring-blooming annuals like dianthus, petunias and alyssum in late February.
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Do you have Nandinas?
February is the perfect time to prune tall Nandinas , to improve fullness, remove one - third of the tallest canes at 2'- 3' above ground level. Repeat the next two years
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SHOULD I HAVE A SOIL TEST?


January is the perfect time to prepare new planting beds, to Work in organic material, and to add compost and mulch to beds.

It is also a perfect time to get a soil test.

Soil testing provides us with the information of what your soil needs and how much, if any, we need to add so that you can enjoy those wonderful tomatoes and other fresh vegetables.

The most crucial measurement is pH level, which is a measurement of the soil's hydrogen (acid forming) ion activity. East Texas soils tend to have a lower pH, meaning they are generally more acidic;Soil pH can be altered with fertilizers and soil conditioners,
knowing what to add is as important as knowing what not to add. An excess of certain nutrients can bind other nutrients and prevent them from being available for the plants' use, pollute our environment, and harm the plants as well. Texas A&M Soil  testing kits and information can be obtained on their website http://soiltesting.tamu.edu/. They are about $35.00 or you can ask your landscape company to run a test for you. If we are your landscape company and you would like us to help you with a soil sample, please give us a call at 817-860-0905 #baldigardens #soiltesting #landscape
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"I've got the best looking holes in the neighborhood!"

Said our newest customer while comparing the "other guy's" holes to ours, during his french drainage system install. Our goals are always customer satisfaction and quality work.
If you'd like to have the best drainage system and the best looking holes in the neighborhood also- give us a call @ 817-860-0905
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New Review From A Happy Customer:
" After in depth consultation, Ricardo and his crew created a blueprint quality landscape plan. He also provided cost analysis for step by step portions of work based on my blueprint. I appreciate that he was not a 'hard sell' on the implementation of the plan. That proves integrity for the job that i purchased and not a 'bait and switch' for a bigger job than i want at this time. Baldi Gardens will be my first call when i get ready to relandscape my yard. Thanks Ricardo! "
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Gardeners To Do List For March
Time For Pruning:
*Prune back overgrown ground cover such as English ivy and Asian jasmine to maintain the height you prefer. Do so before new growth begins.
*Cut back ornamental grasses before new growth appears.
*Remove winter-damage from shrubs and other ornamentals.
*Do not prune spring flowering shrubs and vines, until after blooming such as forsythia, quince, azaleas, spirea, etc.
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Are you looking for ideas for a new patio, outdoor kitchen, or for a new landscape? check as out in Pinterest to find great ideas: https://www.pinterest.com/baldigardens/ We will be happy to help you make your dreams come true! please call us @ 817-860-0905
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A Love note from nature! Wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day
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 Gardeners To Do List For January

Sow seeds in flats or containers to get a jump on the season. Petunias, begonias and impatiens can be started now. 
Plant spinach and snap peas mid to late month.
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Arlington, TX
USTexasArlington
(817) 860-0905baldigardens.com
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Baldi Gardens has been serving the DFW Metroplex for over 10 years.  We provide service to residential and commercial customers.  We offer landscape design & installation; full service maintenance (lawn, landscape, etc.); water features; stone edgings, retaining walls and patios; low voltage outdoor lighting; drainage systems and more.
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