1. Avoid Making These Landscaping Mistakes In Your Spokane Yard

    When you decide it’s time for you to embark on a landscaping project for your Spokane home, you likely are very excited at the beginning of the process. It is important to know that with a little bit of planning and a lot of execution, you can change the entire look and feel of your property. On the other hand, you may find that this project is a little more extensive than you originally thought…Read More

  2. Protect Your Landscaping From Heat With These Tips

    One of the main concerns we hear from homeowners all the time is that they struggle with how to properly maintain the landscaping on their property during the summer months. While the temperatures in Spokane do not tend to become extreme during the summer, there are hot days and often heavy rainstorms that we have to combat. If you are not experienced with landscaping and/or lawn care, you may be …Read More

  3. Getting Weed Maintenance Completed This Summer

    If you have a lawn, then you are probably very well-versed in weeds, the unwanted plants that often grow in lawns, in plant beds, and around curbs. If they are allowed to grow, it will not only affect the total aesthetic of your lawn, but it can also harm your grass and any other plants you may have in your yard. We know, weeds are not the easiest thing to get rid of as it seems when you pull one,…Read More

  4. Advice For Caring For Your Washington Lawn This Summer

    We would say that all, if not the majority of homeowners want a green lush lawn. This is especially true during the summer months when we actually use our yard for parties, barbecues, and other outdoor activities. However, it takes time and energy to create the yard of your dreams. In Spokane, you have a couple of options when it comes to your lawn in the summer. You can with let it go dormant or …Read More

  5. Grass Type Guide For Spokane Residents

    When you go to the store to purchase a bag of grass seed, you probably have a fair number of questions. After all, how are you supposed to know which type of grass will grow best in your climate? Since there are many different factors that you need to pay attention to when choosing the type of grass you want on your lawn, we thought we might be able to help. As there are many different things to c…Read More

  6. 5 Simple Tips For Keeping Your Spokane Lawn Gorgeous This Summer

    Spring in Washington state is always a wonderful time of the year. While some people are not huge fans of how much rain we get during this portion of the year, we really like it here at Impeccable Landscapes. After all, with plenty of rain comes an abundance or healthy plants and lawns throughout the summer season. However, there are some steps that have to be taken by homeowners if you want to en…Read More

  7. 5 Steps To Spring Tree Care In Spokane

    Now that winter has come to an end and warmer temperatures are beginning to arrive, you may notice that the plants in your yard as beginning to break dormancy. One very obvious sign that spring is officially here is the state of the trees in your yard. Leaves will begin to expand, making your recently bare trees a catalyst for new life. On the other hand, if you truly want your foliage to thrive, …Read More

  8. Properly Preparing Your Spokane Lawn for Spring – Part 2

    In part one of this series, we discussed the many ways you can begin to care for your lawn so that it reaches its fullest potential this year. We made sure to inform you of the importance of reseeding, having the right equipment at your disposal, and much more. However, there are plenty of other tasks you are going to need to know to complete in order to truly achieve your goal of having a lush la…Read More

  9. Lawn Mowing and Watering Tips For The Coming Months

    The first day of spring is just a couple of days away, which mean that before we know it, summer will be here. Once these warm seasons arrive, you won’t have much time before your lawn is going to need regular maintenance once again. In the spring and summer, temperatures rise and this means that your grass and soil can get dry extremely quickly. This will lead to you having to water your grass …Read More

  10. Properly Preparing Your Spokane Lawn for Spring – Part 1

    With the weather beginning to warm, it seems as though everyone is in better spirits than they have been over the winter. Truly all it takes sometimes to put a smile on people’s faces is a bit of sunshine and that smell of spring in the air. As you begin to venture outside more and more, you may notice that your lawn and the plants in it are beginning to perk up due to the nicer weather as well.…Read More