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How to Get a Great Lawn This Spring

How to Get a Great Lawn This Spring

Give your grass the lawn care it needs to thrive when nature’s spring wake-up call begins. Simple actions can safeguard your lawn from weed invasion, illness, and drought this year. Rake Raking removes winter-killed leaves and grass blades. The thatch layer will increase if you don’t remove the dead grass. Rubbing away snow mold-damaged grass clumps helps release them. Pull up the spring-tinted… read more

When is the Best Time to Trim Your Trees

When is the Best Time to Trim Your Trees

Maintaining healthy trees requires regular upkeep. Preventative trimming ensures that trees focus their energy on new growth. Dead or diseased limbs should be removed since they might pose a threat if left on the tree. Weak, spindly branches on a huge tree is a formula for disaster. Ice and snow build-up may quickly turn into a pricey tragedy. Removing damaged branches also minimizes tr… read more

Landscaping Trends of 2022

Landscaping Trends of 2022

In the year 2022, invest more into your property! Whether you are looking to sell your home or simply improve its appearance, focusing on enhancing your landscape will take your home to the next level. If you are unsure about what to do for your landscape, continue reading for landscaping trends we believe will be popular this year. Outdoor Kitchens & Entertainment Areas Since the beginning… read more

How to Reduce Salt Damage in the Winter

How to Reduce Salt Damage in the Winter

From snow to severe cold weather, winter can be pretty harsh on your lawn. Another factor of winter that can damage your lawn is salt. We use salt to melt the snow to prevent hazards; however, this salt can dry out and kill your grass. In this post, we will share tips on avoiding salt damage and saving your lawn for spring. What is Salt Damage? The salt used to melt ice and snow can be strong… read more

Snow Removal Tips

Snow Removal Tips

We all know that winter has arrived, and it’s about time to put away the golf clubs and tennis rackets until next summer. No one wants to deal with anything related to snow, just like no one wants to deal with broken shovels or stop-and-start blowers. So let us offer you some tips that can help extend their lives just a bit… until spring rolls around again. When Spring comes everyone will be on… read more

How to Prepare Your Yard For Winter

How to Prepare Your Yard For Winter

Winter is on its way! Don’t let all your hard work from the summer go to waste. It’s time to prepare your yard for the cold months ahead. When spring rolls around again, you want to have a good base to start with when it comes to landscaping, and cleaning up your yard as much as possible before the first snow fall is the best way to preserve your horticulture for next year. Here are some ways to… read more

Everything You Need to Know about Sod

Everything You Need to Know about Sod

What is sod? Sod refers to a type of grass that has been grown and harvested for use as an outdoor surface. It can be found in many yards, parks, golf courses, and athletic fields throughout the world. This blog post will discuss everything you need to know about sod so that you can pick out the perfect type for your next project! Sod is a type of grass that can be used to help beautify gardens,… read more

Tips for Growing a Low Maintenance Garden

Tips for Growing a Low Maintenance Garden

A low maintenance garden is a beautiful thing. Not only does it require less time and effort to maintain, but you can enjoy it for longer periods of time. In this blog post we will discuss how to design your own low maintenance garden so you can spend more time enjoying your yard! There are many reasons why you might want to landscape your yard – whether it’s for personal or professiona… read more

Tips for Easy Fall Cleanup

Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons, the leaves are changing colors, there’s a crispness in the air that you can’t get any other time of year, and it signifies an end to summertime fun. It also means it’s time for fall cleanup! So as you’re raking up those leaves and cleaning out your gutters, make sure these five tips are on your list: 1) Make a checklist for yourself This is a great way… read more

How to Prep Your Garden for Fall

Assess Your Garden Believe it or not, taking inventory of your garden at the end of the growing season can tell you a lot about how your garden did throughout the warmer months. Take a look at each section and plant to assess how you did. This can really help you begin to prepare for next spring and help you decide what you did well and what you can do better next time around. This is one of t… read more

   

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