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How To Protect Your Desert Plants Through Winter In St. George

Southern Utah is known for winters that are much milder than those in the state’s northern regions, but a freeze still inevitably sets in. Some years it’s more severe than others. In December of 2013, a series of snowstorms caused significant damage to area plants, particularly palm trees. Area nurseries reported losing between 20 to […]

Saint George Landscaping Tips For December

Southern Utah winters are a low-key time when it comes to maintaining your landscape. In fact, some people step away from yard care almost completely during December. You should, for instance, avoid pruning and fertilizing most plants because these activities encourage new growth that’s vulnerable to the freeze that inevitably sets in come January or […]

Getting Rid Of Clover, Crabgrass, and Dandelions

You go to a nursery and pick out just the right the variety of grass for a luxuriant lawn. Next, you carefully lay the sod, or have a local landscaping company do so, and care for your fledgling turf until it takes off. Then it’s onto the balancing act characteristic of landscaping in Southern Utah, […]

Saint George Landscaping Tips For November

In southern Utah, it takes a while for the summer heat to give way to fall weather. By mid-November, however, the temperature most days is as crisp as the autumn leaves that crunch so satisfyingly beneath your feet. Some people limit their fall and winter gardening activities to investing in the occasional potted chrysanthemum or […]

Saint George Landscaping Tips For October

When it comes to landscaping in St. George in October, you may want to place an emphasis on updating your hardscape. With some ingenuity and the help of expert landscapers, you can turn your yard into a gathering place that will be cozy and inviting even during the chilliest of upcoming days. Investing in a […]

Saint George Landscaping Tips For September

When you’re tending to your southwest Utah landscape in September, wear a hat and sunscreen! The first day of fall, and the ensuing cooler temperatures is fast approaching. Highs, however, are still hovering in the 90-degree range. ,Our experts at Stonetree in St. George find September—that brief period between the summer’s scorching heat and the […]