Recent Blog Posts

Lawn Care

As fall continues and winter approaches, your lawns should not be forgotten. Two things happening right now in lawns. One – sod webworms are still out there, and Two – it is still time to winterize and put down a weed preventer for your lawn.

Gardening Tip: I have so many weeds in my lawn!

Come spring, we hear that phrase over and over. Well, you can do something NOW, about it. Now? Yes now! Now is the time to get your lawn ready to fight those spring weeds. To start, feed your lawn from now through October with a fall conditioner or what is called a winterizer fertilizer. This final application of nutrients for the year is the most important because it replenishes nutrients used up through our long, hot summer and gives your grass a little "kick" for the fall growing season.

Lawn Care: Making it Easy!

I love a freshly mowed landscape. I hate taking care of lawns… It may stem from the time my dad made me pull up all the Virginia Button weed out of our back yard… by hand. That took a good part of a day and about three large trash bags. After that, the thought of weeding a lawn just makes me cringe! So I learned how to properly take care of a lawn… anything to avoid that again! Earlier this year we began talking about the beginning of lawn care.

Summer Lawn Care

It is official! It is summer. This is the time of year your lawn loves! Lots of sun and heat! As most of you know, your lawn is actively growing during the summer. This is why you are mowing every 5-7 days on average to keep your lawn looking nice and tidy.