Soon that bright color of tulips, daffodils, and crocus will fade, have been picked or have just withered away what should be done? Once the flowers have bloomed, you should deadhead the flower to the stalk base so that the plant will not use its energy to produce seeds. As for what to do with the foliage, wait until bulb foliage starts to turn brown (this indicates the bulb is finished storing energy for next years flower) then cut it down.


Growing Trends E-Newsletter: May 2013

It’s Annual Time!
From a small patio container or flower box to a large area, annuals are a great addition to your landscape. They accent your landscape and will provide continuous color throughout the season. As we approach May 15th which is the last official day of frost, it is time to think about adding that wonderful burst of color to your garden. Leydon Landscaping can help you choose and install which annuals to use for that special spot in your garden.

Bucks County Design House
Come out and enjoy the beautiful gardens of the 2013 Bucks County Designer House. Our exhibit this year is set in front of a 200 year old barn and has many bright blooming plantings, different textures along with the soothing sound of water from our exquisite fountain. Spend the day walking the grounds, taking in the sights while supporting a great cause. Proceeds benefit the Doylestown Hospital and the Village Improvement Association.

Outdoor living space
As the weather is getting warmer you are spending more time outside and relaxing in your backyard. Have you been thinking about enhancing your outdoor living space? Now is the perfect time for planning and planting your new landscape. Contact Leydon Landscaping Inc. to discuss installing your dream outdoor living space. Our designer Noah Downs will transform your ideas into a reality.

Visit our newly updated website at www.leydonlandscaping.com to see the various projects Leydon Landscaping have installed and services we offer.