Landscaping Tips

Start Planning Now for Your Spring Planting Project

Have you let this endless winter get you into a funk?  For most kinds of trees and shrubs, early spring is the ideal planting season.  It is always advised to start your planning as soon as possible to locate and possible order the plants you desire.  Spring is only two weeks away, March 20th to […]

By |March 7th, 2015|Landscaping Tips|0 Comments

Prescription For Success

Prescriptive Fertilization

At Wiesner Bros. we believe that knowledge is a powerful tool.  The more information that you have on your landscape and garden, the better you understand the reason certain tasks are done. Fertilization of trees and shrubs is not the same as fertilization of your lawn or summer flowers, and yes too little or […]

By |February 28th, 2015|Landscaping Tips, Plant Problems, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tips to minimize snow damage to your upright evergreens

Upright evergreens can take a beating over the course of a winter such as the one we're experiencing this year.  There are some things you can do to minimize the long term damage. Proper preparation is best thing to do in situations such as this, but it's too late for that now, so let's concentrate on what […]

By |February 14th, 2014|Landscaping Tips, Plant Problems, Uncategorized|0 Comments


Hollies, Rhododendrons, and Laurels are just a few examples of broadleaf evergreens common to our area.  These plants help keep our landscapes looking beautiful year round. The dry winds of winter blow across these plants robbing them of their moisture and by winter's end they may have significant damage.  A little care can prevent a great deal of this damage.  […]

By |December 19th, 2013|Landscaping Tips, Product Reviews|0 Comments

Getting your roses ready for winter

Leave the last blooms in the fall on the plant to form hips.  This will slow growth and help them go dormant.  Continue to spray with fungicide until the leaves drop.  Rake off and remove all leaves from the rose bed to prevent diseases from harboring over winter.  Do not compost these leaves, they may […]

By |December 6th, 2013|Landscaping Tips|0 Comments

Make your own portable garden

For those grid locked in hardscapes in need of some color to brighten up the cement, mother nature is here to help. One can build their own seasonal garden to brighten up even the dullest of areas. All that is needed is an ideal spot to showcase your creation and we can supply the rest. […]

By |August 1st, 2012|Landscaping Tips|0 Comments

Benefits of a shade tree

During the dogs days of summer a small fortune is often spent on trying to keep cool and get out of the heat. Why not save on those electricity bills and invest in a shade tree. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture the net cooling effect of a young healthy tree is equivalent to […]

By |July 27th, 2012|Landscaping Tips|0 Comments

Why Cedar Mulch?

Nothing quite adds the finishing touch to a landscape like cedar mulch. The visual benefits of this product are well known but few are educated on the total package of benefits cedar mulch provides. Cedar mulch is essential in a new landscape simply because it provides a natural weed barrier and aids greatly in water […]

By |July 25th, 2012|Landscaping Tips, Product Reviews|0 Comments

Summer Blooms

Every one knows about spring blooms with the standard azalea but for a true display of color one needs a variety of plants with different bloom periods to ensure the perfect yard will always a focal point with a display of flowers. Being as most trees and shrubs bloom in the spring one should make […]

By |July 20th, 2012|Landscaping Tips|0 Comments

It is time to consider a water feature for your landscape

Nothing quite completes a landscape on a hot summer day like trickling water. A water feature can add  visual benefits to your landscape like no other. An element of tranquility can be introduced with the soothing noise of running water. To create a peaceful area to get away from a hectic lifestyle and get closer to […]

By |June 28th, 2012|Landscaping Tips|0 Comments