6 Projects to Tackle Before Fall

Projects to Tackle Before Fall

Fall will be here before we know it but before it arrives, there are some end of summer maintenance items you should take care of to help ensure your yard stays healthy throughout the cold winter months ahead. Here are 6 projects to tackle before fall arrives: Read More

Choosing Tires for Your Lawn Mower

Choosing Tires for Your Lawn Mower

Whether you have a riding lawn mower, a gasoline-powered push mower, or like it a bit old school with a reel mower, at some point you’re going to find yourself in need of replacement tires. While each style of mower is naturally different, today we want to set some guidelines that will hopefully make the task of choosing tires for your lawn mower easier. Read More

How to Get Rid of Weeds

How to Get Rid of Weeds

With almost forty different types that can infect your yard, getting rid of weeds can be a challenge. All weeds – from crabgrass to dandelion weeds – compete with the plants you actually want, stealing precious soil and nutrients. Not to mention how weeds ruin the look of your perfectly landscaped property. Today, we want to talk about how to get rid of weeks with three simple tricks. Read More

How to avoid lawn mower mishaps

How to avoid lawn mower mishaps

Before you start your lawn mower’s engine up the next time it’s time to, keep this fact in mind: The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that more than 80,000 people end up in the emergency room every year after mishaps with lawn mowers. Even though cutting the grass can’t be avoided, most injuries can. Here are five tips for staying safe around lawn mowers. Read More

What to do about mushrooms on your lawn

What to do about mushrooms on your lawn

You finally get a beautiful morning after a few days of rain and you step outside to enjoy the day, and then you see them. Mushrooms have popped up overnight. What causes the growth of these strange invaders and what can you do about them? Read More

The 5 Benefits of Cutting Your Lawn at 3 Inches

The 5 Benefits of Cutting Your Lawn at 3 Inches

It’s that time of year again! Sunshine and warmer temperatures are back in full swing, and we’re all starting to get ready for cookouts and kids playing in the yard. A beautiful and healthy lawn is a big part of that. Grass has to be cut regularly, but not too short – or it gets stiff, dry, and uncomfortable to be in. That brings us to a common question: what height should you cut the grass when you mow? Read More

Are You Stressing Your Lawn Out?

Are You Stressing Your Lawn Out?

You think you’re easily stressed… well, you got nothing when it comes to your lawn! Truth be told, it doesn’t take a whole lot to get your lawn into a high-stress situation. Do your lawn a favor and know the signs and causes of a stressed out lawn so you can correct the problem and maintain a healthy lush lawn. Read More

What’s Your Lawn pH Level?

What's Your Lawn pH Level?You may have thought that pH levels only mattered in your high school chemistry class or when checking the chemicals in your pool, but it is an important factor in determining the health of your lawn’s soil it’s ability to absorb and retain nutrients.

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Protecting Pets From Fertilizers and Pesticides

Protecting Pets From Fertilizers and PesticidesWe make it a priority to treat our lawn and garden with fertilizers and pesticides so we can enjoy a lush green lawn and a bountiful garden that are pest free. But have you ever thought about what those chemicals are doing to your furry friends roaming your yard? Read More

Prep Your Soil for Spring

Prep Your Soil for SpringNow is a great time to prepare your garden beds for the first crops of the years in order to set yourself up for a productive harvest of beautiful flowers, big bright veggies, and colorful juicy fruit. After all, you want to make sure the time you spend this summer on making sure that you have bountiful crops have the best head start possible. Here are our tips to prep your soil for Spring: Read More