October 15, 2011
Dean Schofield, owner of Landmark Landscaping of Oakville, and member of LO’s Grounds Management Sector Group, is featured on The Weather Network website article under the heading, ‘Preparing your garden for colder months.’

Scholfield is quoted, “Around the time when temperatures are starting to dip, gardeners should also be mindful of how much water is being given to gardens. Experts say that if your garden is comprised of heavy clay soil or if it’s in a low-lying area, be careful to not overwater it.

“In the fall months, people should water their gardens as late as possible in the season,” advises Schofield. “That’s because if we have a dry fall, it really affects the plant material in the winter.”

The complete article can be found at http://bit.ly/p7C9LD.