Not Just For Pets — Lawn Care

How to Prepare Your Lawn & Garden for Spring

Posted by Anida Leeds

When winter is finally over, which means it’s time to put away the snow shovels and start thinking about spring projects, such as your lawn. These spring cleanup tips will prepare your garden and yard for spring and the heat of summer to come. You will promote plant growth by adding organic matter to your garden soil; plant roots will begin to eat up all natural materials when the soil temperatures start to rise. Winter weather can leave your grass, shrubs, and trees weak and hungry, especially after months of lying dormant under a blanket of ice and snow. If...

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How To Do a Proper Fall Yard Cleanup.

Posted by Anida Leeds

Autumn means football games and visits to the haunted houses and cider shacks and it's time to winterize your lawn. Yard cleaning with the right preparation now will save you time and energy when spring pops up, and will keep you and your family safe in the yard year-round. Proper lawn care starts before the cold weather. Make sure you get the most out of your yard next year by following our fall cleanup musts to do a proper fall yard cleanup. Till the vegetable garden. After the final harvest, pull out old vegetable plants, remove debris, and completely till...

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The Heat Is On! We are Sure Your Lawn Is Showing It, We Can Help.

Posted by Anida Leeds

You think you have stress? What about your lawn? The sun beats down on it. People walk all over it. It's thirsty, and weeds want to take over. Yes, it's rough out there in the yard. But you can take some easy steps to help your lawn cope with the stresses of summer. We suggest the following tips and tricks in order to maintain a healthy, intact lawn during the extreme heat of the summer. Keep Your Mower Blade Sharp and High Dull mower blades shred grass, so they lose more moisture than they would with a clean cut. Also,...

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