How to Protect Trees from Deer

Deer are infamous for damaging trees and shrubs. Hungry animals may browse on leaves, pine needles, buds, or bark. But deer don’t just eat your landscape; territorial bucks can also kill trees by scraping them with their antlers. Young and recently planted landscapes are the most susceptible to these animal antics, so take steps now […]

2021 Outdoor Living Trends Forecast

By Outdoor Living By Belgard Looking ahead into 2021, we see some new outdoor living trends emerging. Much of this movement has been influenced by the rapid cultural shifts in lifestyle caused by the pandemic. As more homeowners begin to think of their outdoor living spaces as an extension of their interior spaces (and not […]

Pros and Cons of Stamped Concrete vs Pavers

When designing a patio, walkway or driveway, many homeowners have a difficult time choosing between stamped concrete and pavers. In short, concrete pavers are a much better choice for a variety of factors. Let’s look at the pros and cons of each factor. COLOR DURABILITY In most cases, the colors of a stamped concrete design […]

Pruning Trees in the Winter

While each type of tree has unique requirements for optimal health and growth, most will benefit from tree care during the winter months, including pruning. Carrying out this practice during the dormancy period is commonly used to ensure vigorous growth in the spring, but regardless of whether you need to remove unhealthy or dead branches, […]

Corona Virus Update from WLM

To our Customers and Community, During this period of great uncertainty and now a shut down, we will not be serving residences and businesses with lawn care, irrigation, or other landscape services. Like electricians, plumbers, exterminators, and other repair personnel, we are tradespeople and pride ourselves in helping maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation […]

It’s Time To Plan Your Warsaw, IN Landscape Project

Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadwo this year, meaning spring is predicted to come early! That is great news for everyone in the Warsaw, In & Syracuse, IN areas! It’s been one of the worst winters in recent memory simply because we haven’t had much snow at all. If you want to augment, update, […]

A Balanced Landscape for your Warsaw, IN Landscaping

One of the comments I hear most as I meet with clients in Warsaw, Syracuse, Leesburg, and Winona Lake is “I would really like to have a balanced landscape and plantings.” Balance means alot of different things to different people throughout the greater Warsaw, In area. In this post, I would like to provide some […]

Warsaw, IN Trends in Brick Pavers and Retaining Walls

Most people agree that despite the old saying, things are not necessarily the same all over. Whether we are talking about clothes, food or interior design, what is popular in New York isn’t always as popular in Warsaw, IN or Syracuse, IN. Especially for landscaping and brick pavers and retaining wall products and projects. WLM, […]

How Will Cold Temps Effect Your Landscape Plants in Warsaw, IN?

Winter has arrived in full force in Warsaw, IN & Syracuse, IN this late January and the temperatures have dropped to near zero in the past few days. The weather in Warsaw, IN so far this winter has been pretty mild and we haven’t had alot of snow in the area, but that has changed […]

Why Plants in Warsaw, IN Go Dormant in Winter

Whether we realize it or not, most of us in Warsaw, IN & Syracuse, IN have an impression of what it means when landscaping plants do dormant. The beautiful autumn leaves are part of the process of trees shutting down. And , the buds and greens of spring are the end of the process. The […]