Jeff Cartwright: October 8, 2020


Attention Homeowners: A beautiful lawn and blooming plants next spring start with the preparation you do this fall. 

*** Pro Landscaper LIVE onsite at a home in Richmond, VA ***



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The leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to abandon yard work! Many people think landscaping only happens in spring and summer, but there’s much more work to do in fall beyond just raking leaves. And, with more and more people expanding their living space outdoors, if you put the work in now, you’ll be able to spend more time this spring enjoying your lawn and garden rather than working in it..


On October 8th, professional landscaper Jeff Cartwright will be available for interviews LIVE from a beautifully landscaped property in Virginia to give you his top five tips to not only keep your yard and plants healthy but preserve your tools over the winter. In this segment, he will expand on the following:

1.     Clean & Clear: Leaves, sticks and other debris block sunlight and trap moisture which can mean trouble for your lawn.

2.     Water, Prune & Protect: Deep watering before the first freeze and properly pruning plants.

3.     Cut, Aerate & Seed: The best equipment to aerate and seed your lawn before winter.

4.     Fall Sowing for Spring Growing: Now is the time to plant! What to plant now that will bloom later.

5.     Winterize & Store Tools: Maintenance and safety tips to keep your tools in top shape.




More About Jeff Cartwright:

As a professional landscaper and small business owner, Jeff Cartwright has nearly 20 years of experience providing exceptional personal service, high-quality work product and extensive horticultural expertise through Cartwright Landscaping. Cartwright and his team specialize in guiding their clients confidently through the design-build process by way of their sophisticated landscape designs and expansive catalog of installation services. Their overarching purpose is to develop attractive landscapes by creating a harmonious relationship between clients’ indoor and outdoor living areas while ensuring responsible stewardship of the land. What started nearly two decades ago as a hobby is now a thriving business dedicated to creating exceptional outdoor living spaces in the Richmond, Va. area. Cartwright Landscaping is a proud member of the Central Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association (CVNLA) and Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association (VNLA). His work and expertise have been recognized and featured in many local, regional and landscape trade publications from Virginia Living Magazine and Richmond Magazine to Green Industry Pros.

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