Winter’s harsh weather is hard on your lawn. It may be time to toughen up your turf. Green up your grass with these spring grass seeding techniques.
Keep your Kentucky bluegrass lawn a cut above the rest with a little knowledge. Here’s some tips to follow for helping your lawn stay lush and lovely.
Core aeration loosens up compacted soil, helps break up layers of thatch if too thick, and promotes grass growth in the process. Find out how it will benefit your lawn.
Using pre-emergent and post-emergent herbicides to stop chickweed from taking over can be confusing if you don’t know how or when to apply the right chemicals. Here’s what you need to know.
While dead or damaged tree branches can be cut any time of the year, live branches require extra care. Trimming them during the dormant season has many benefits. Here’s why now is the right time to properly prune trees.
Are grubs giving you grief? A large population of these plump worm-like pests destroy the lawn you’ve labored over by eating its roots. Find out what you need to know about grub damage now.
Protect the landscaping on your property from winter’s wrath. Follow these steps to wrap trees, especially if they are young or fragile, and keep them healthy in harsh weather.
Salt spread on slick services protects pedestrians and drivers. But these salty solutions harm trees and plants. Find out how to save your greenery from winter salt damage now.
Just when you think the war on weeds is over! Winter annual weeds are best controlled now, while still actively growing. Here’s how to fight weeds in fall for a lush lawn in spring.
There’s a colorful carpet of leaves on the ground and you dread the time-consuming task of raking. Here’s how to simultaneously clear the yard and feed your lawn for free. Find out about leaf mulching now.