Winter Tips

As the temperatures begin to drop, you may think you have to give up on container gardening. However, you can customize your containers year-round. To start, make sure your containers will withstand freezing and thawing cycles. Stay away from those made of ceramics, terra cottas and...

We are excited to start playing in the leaves as our crews are beginning landscape fall clean-up service. While preparing your beds for the winter may be the last thing you want to do; it is arguably the most important. This time of the year,...

We've come across many questions about evergreens (particularly yews), rose bushes and ornamental grasses this spring.  Many of our clients are asking the question, “is it dead?” Our simple answer to that is to first have patience.  After an unusually dry and extremely cold winter, these...

It’s getting a little later in winter where the freeze-thaw cycle occurs more often.  Daytime temperatures, especially starting February 11th, will occasionally reach above freezing during the day and drop below freezing at night.  The runoff from the snow melt puts a layer of water...

Many people believe that there is little to do for their lawn during winter, especially while snow is on the ground.  It is important to know, however, that there are certain practices to be mindful of in the upcoming months.  Much of this information is...

Here at Omaha Friendly we understand that everyone enjoys showcasing their holiday spirit, however not everyone has the time to install Christmas lights.  Others just do not enjoy the hassle of climbing around on the roof.  Let us help make your life easier by installing...