Palm Cares Ending July
We are in the season of pool parties, barbecues, sunbathing and more. Still we enjoy longer days and temperatures rising. So, you need to take care of your trees to keep your yard looking awesome. That’s why we are going to talk about the palm cares ending July.
First of all, you have to water your plants and lawn early in the morning, maybe between 4 and 8 a.m. for avoiding the evaporation loss. Make sure using deep watering methods. This consists in slow applications of water during longer periods of time.
So, this allows the roots of your trees and plants become saturated of water. Remember that the amount of water you need depends on the kind of tree you are taking care of. For your palm trees the approximate measure is around 3 feet deep or if you have shrubs around 1 feet deep of wet soil. We recommend you to use a soil probe to determine the depth of water penetration. When summer hits in its warmer days you should water yout trees twice a day.
Your trees need nutrients
The summer conditions usually become relentless, and your palm trees will need a little boost when the heat-related stress makes some damages into your landscape nature. But you can give your landscape a helping hand with specialized nutrients designed to trigger growth responses. This material supplement the micro and macronutrients that plants need to thrive in this difficult season.
The tree trunk protection
Make a comparison as when your skin burns with the sunlight because you stayed a long time exposed with the tree trunks when they stay long periods of time in similar conditions. the young trees, especially citrus ones need more protection from sun when temperature rises.
You can protect young trees from the sunburn issues with a Protective Tree Wrap or you can double stack them for further cares. This is a perfect task in this part of the year when the high summer winds or the late summer storms attack ruthlessly.
We have too much more tips for palm cares ending July. Just contact us and we will help you for your landscape needs.