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Perennials are great looking plants that can last for years if cared for properly. As spring time approaches it is a great time to start caring for your perennials or begin planting new ones. Below are four ways to care for your perennials that will keep them healthy for a long time. Planting After planting your perennials be sure to lay a 2-3 inch deep layer of soil around the base of the plant. By doing this you will be helping the plant contain moisture and stop weeds from growing. Splitting If your perennials have been in the ground for a couple years and are starting to grow to the point of overcrowding themselves you should dig them up and split the plant in half and re-plant. Watering Each perennial is different in terms of watering. A good rule is to make sure you are keeping them watered regularly

Spring is right around the corner and that means people can start gardening again. Before you start planting, it is a good idea to do some spring cleaning around your garden. Below are four easy ways to clean up your garden to get it ready for spring and summer. Fertilize The beginning of Spring is a great time to fertilize your garden again. Place some new fertilizer in your garden to help support healthy growth for Spring. Fresh Soil After a long winter it’s always good to add fresh soil-peat moss depending on your existing soil. Prune You want to prune and trim any damaged branches from trees. And be sure to trim bushes, hedges and any perennials that may have overgrown. Rake Dead Leaves and Twigs During the Fall and Winters, leaves and branches can gather around flower beds. You want to make sure that your garden is clean so sunlight

Winter time can be beautiful, with the lights, snow, and the cheerful attitude. But during the late January and February months things can get a little gray. During this time adding a little color to your life can make a positive impact on your mood. At Plant Masters, we offer colorful arrangements to help you during a not so colorful time!       —- Plant Masters is a family owned and operated commercial interior and exterior landscape company located in Cleveland, Ohio. To contact us, call 440.552.4819 or find us online

As winter settles upon us, the outdoor gardening activities are put on hold for a few months. But just because you can’t plant outside doesn’t mean you have to stop planting altogether. Indoor plants are perfect for the winter season and can still keep you busy. Let’s look at what you need to do to make sure your indoor plants stay healthy through winter. Water The obvious tip is watering. The good news is that most plants do not need a lot of water during the winter. Test the moisture level once per week and if the soil is dry under the top layer then you should water the plant. Fertilizer Like water, plants do not need as much fertilizer during the winter time as they do during summer. In fact, it is not necessary to fertilize your plants until early spring. So don’t worry about trying to feed

You just bought some beautiful Poinsettias, and now you have to figure out how to care for them properly. Poinsettias are not very demanding so the care for them is fairly easy. Below are tips on how to properly care for your Poinsettias and make sure they last as long as possible. Make sure you place them near a window that receives plenty of light. You want to try and keep them in a room with the temperature between 65 - 75 degrees. Try to keep the leaves from being in contact with cold windows, this could damage the leaves. You should water your Poinsettias when the soil feels dry. Water until you see the water draining from the bottom, but do not let the plant sit in the water. Re-Growing To keep your Poinsettias after the holiday’s continue to water until the middle of Spring. After that allow the