Great bookkeeping will not only keep you abreast of all financial aspects of your business, but it will also make it easy for your Tax preparer when that time of year comes around.
1:05 - Funny anecdote
2:22 - Best practices discussion
2:51 - 4 suggestions for success
3:02- Key moment to remember
15:33 - Another great story
22:33 - 5 topics to ask your accountant
Episode Transcript +
Preparing your Texas landscape for spring growth and annual flower planting can be an exciting task, but it requires some planning and preparation to ensure success. Here are some tips to consider: Clean up debris: Start by removing any leaves, dead branches, and debris from your lawn and garden beds. This will help promote good air circulation and prevent disease. Prune plants: Next, cut back dead or damaged branches from trees, shrubs, and plants. Pruning will help stimulate new growth and promote healthy plants. Prepare soil: Testing your soil to determine its pH level and nutrient content is crucial. Amending the soil with compost or other organic matter will improve soil health and fertility. Add mulch: Applying a layer of mulch to your garden beds can help retain moisture, suppress weed growth, and regulate soil temperature. This will also enhance the appearance of your garden beds. Choose the right plants: Select plants that are well-suited for the Texas climate and soil conditions. Consider planting native plants, which are adapted to the local environment and require less maintenance. Choose annual flowers that bloom in spring, such as petunias, snapdragons, and marigolds. Water properly: Water your plants deeply and infrequently, rather than frequently and shallowly. This will encourage deep root growth and help your plants tolerate drought conditions. In summary, preparing your Texas landscape for spring growth and annual flower planting requires a combination of cleaning, pruning, soil preparation, mulching, plant selection, and watering techniques. By following these tips, you can create a beautiful and healthy garden that will thrive throughout the spring season.