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The Negative Impact of Weeds on Your Lawn

While many homeowners despise the appearance of weeds in their lawn, many don’t understand why weeds are undesirable and the negative impact they can have. While not all weeds are harmful, others are extremely aggressive and invasive. Without adequate control, many common weeds can quickly overtake your home lawn, contribute to allergies and be harmful to pets and children.... Read More about The Negative Impact of Weeds on Your Lawn

Getting Your Garden Ready for the Season

Garden lovers everywhere are chomping at the bit to get outside and start planting their gardens. There’s no better feeling than sitting in your yard enjoying the beautiful, flowery landscape that you created. Before you get planting, use this to-do list to get you and our garden beds ready for the season ahead!... Read More about Getting Your Garden Ready for the Season

Spring Lawn Care Musts

As the weather improves and temperatures continue to rise, you’ll soon start feeling the itch to get outside and enjoy your outdoor space. You may be ready to trade in the couch for a soft patch of turf, but is your lawn? In all likelihood, your grass is going to need some major TLC to help it bounce back after months of snow and other seasonal stressors.

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Should you Reseed or Resod Your Lawn?

If your lawn is in rough shape, you may be wondering what the best course of action is to restore your lawn to a green and healthy state. There are a few factors to consider when deciding whether you should reseed or resod your lawn. Both options have their own set of advantages and disadvantages that should be considered.

 
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Starting Your Spring Garden

Spring is one of the most beautiful times of year. The flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and our lawns finally return to a nice shade of green. If you are looking to enhance the beauty of your yard, starting a garden is a great idea! If you haven’t done much gardening in the past, the task might see a bit daunting. Rest assured with a bit of research you will be a pro in no time! Use these steps to get started.... Read More about Starting Your Spring Garden

Unwelcome Post-Winter Surprises That May Be Lurking on Your Lawn

If spring lawn doesn’t bounce back on its own, that is a good indication that something is wrong. There are several things that happen over the winter that can affect the health of your spring lawn, here some of the most common.... Read More about Unwelcome Post-Winter Surprises That May Be Lurking on Your Lawn

Outdoor Spring Family Getaways on a Budget

Family getaways create some of the best memories, but often come with a hefty price tag. You want to disconnect, spend some time outdoors and have some quality family time – but you are on a tight budget. While many parents think they must go to Disney, Paris or a tropical island to have a good time, there are plenty of more affordable options for your spring family getaway.... Read More about Outdoor Spring Family Getaways on a Budget

Pre-Season Lawn Care Prep

With spring arriving, it’s time to start gearing up for the long-awaited lawn care season! The best way to ensure your success is by getting organized, preparing your supplies and putting together a plan! Use this list to check off everything you need before heading into the season.... Read More about Pre-Season Lawn Care Prep

Why is Lawn Care Important?

While there are many aesthetic incentives for lawn care, vanity is not the only reason why lawn care is important. Many people might be surprised to learn that having a well-maintained lawn has many benefits for the environment, community and surrounding ecosystem.... Read More about Why is Lawn Care Important?

Snow Mold on Your Spring Lawn

There are two types of snow mold: gray and pink. Both types are diseases that can affect northern turfgrass species. These diseases are typically seen in the spring soon after the snow melts.... Read More about Snow Mold on Your Spring Lawn

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