Archive for the ‘Lawn Care’ Category
If you’ve invested time and money into your landscape, it is important to protect its condition and appearance. Unfortunately, weeds can be one of the strongest and most stubborn threats to your landscape. Therefore, beyond general lawn services (like mowing, trimming and fertilizing), it is important to include weed control in your overall landscape maintenance. continue reading
So far, in 2020, life has handed us some extra time at home with our families. Without our normal routines and busy schedules, it is not uncommon for kids to get restless and bored more frequently. Instead of resorting to hours of screen time, here are some creative ways that children of all ages can stay entertained at home, and in your own backyard. continue reading
While the cold temperatures may prevent you from enjoying your plants and flowers outdoors, that doesn’t mean you can’t bring some seasonal favorites inside your home this season. In fact, there are several holiday plants that are commonly used to brighten the interior of your home and give your space a festive touch when your outdoor landscape looks bleak. However, if you have indoor pets, you may want to consider your interior plant selection more carefully. Vomiting and other adverse health effects can occur when your dog or cat ingests certain holiday plants. continue reading
Just like our bodies, your turf grass demands a certain nutritional formula to retain optimal health. Unfortunately, nature alone doesn’t always provide enough of these vital nutrients, which means they need to be added to your soil during fall feeding. One of the most important yet overlooked nutrients for healthy turf is potassium.
A healthy and attractive lawn requires a number of different services and treatments throughout the year. The timing of these lawn maintenance services can be very important. For example, spring is typically the best time to fertilize your grass while late summer can be an optimal time to lay sod. When it comes to the fall season, however, lawn aeration is an excellent choice. Lawn aeration can breathe new life into soil and grass that has been compacted from previous months. continue reading