Perennial Gardens



One of my favorite times of the year is the Spring.  During the spring months, the perennial gardens start to show their colors….bulbs are emerging, flowers are blooming, and foliage is just WOW.   Notice the tulips surrounded by the Hosta….and speaking of Hosta, can you see the different varieties?  It’s simply gorgeous!   

Then, when I turn around, BANG…..I’m smacked in the face with a HUGE, BLOOMING Lilac!  And if that wasn’t enough….the entire setting is surrounded by water.    

Another benefit to Perennial gardens is that they are usually planted (and grow) so tight that they tend to crowd out weeds, keeping maintenance to a minimum.  occasionally dividing a plant or two, helps fill in any voids that may appear.    

For more information on planting a perennial garden like this, contact Emil Yedowitz Landscaping Solutions at 914-377-9039.

2 thoughts on “Perennial Gardens

  1. Thanks Joe for the advice! I had a question. Do you think that if I added landscpaing to my barren yard that it would add value for resale? Or am I just wasting time? Need your advice!

    A Yard in NEED

    • Dear “A Yard in Need”,
      Certainly “CURB APPEAL” is one of the main items to consider in adding value for resale and/or making your home more “marketable”. So I would say that whether you rejuvenate your present landscaping or simply start all over with a new landscape design, the money you invest should be returned (plus some) in the proceeds of a sale.

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