Just like cooking or cleaning your house, there are certain “must have” tools that you’ll need to take care of your lawn. Whether you are a new homeowner or simply need to bulk up your current supply, there are a variety of landscaping tools that can help you maintain your lawn this year. Since the holidays are here, now is a good time to consider adding some of the following basic lawn tools on your wish list this year.
Many homeowners love their lawn, and many love their dog. The question is: can they love each other? If you find it difficult to balance the equation between canine and lawn, you are not alone. In fact, dogs are notorious for ruining that landscape you’ve worked hard to maintain. Whether it is doing their business on your green turf or digging up holes in your flower beds or gardens, you may be desperate to find out how your dog and your lawn can peacefully co-exist. Read below about problems your pet can cause, and solutions that will work to keep your lawn and landscape beautiful.
Unless you love working in the yard and you have the extra time on your hands, landscape maintenance is often a burden or chore. Your landscape demands more than just a routine mowing. There is raking leaves, fertilizer, irrigation, weed control, pruning and many other jobs to tackle throughout the year. It is not uncommon to get behind on your lawn maintenance tasks and need a major yard cleanup from a professional. This can be the kick-start your landscape needs to be ready for the winter and prepare for the spring blooms. Last but not least, letting an expert handle the long hours outside can allow you to spend quality time with your family and friends.
Insects are a part of nature. While gnats and mosquitoes can just be plain annoying, there are other pests that can cause trouble within your lawn. In fact, Georgia is known for some pests that attempt to feed off your green lawn and sabotage your plants and flowers. While these pests are no bigger than your palm, they can deliver some major damage to the health and appearance of your landscape. Before you can invest in prevention tactics to ward off these pests, it is helpful to recognize exactly which insects are the culprit.