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“Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure.” Confucius Autumn is the time to prepare for a beautiful springtime lawn. Quite often, by March or April it is too late. In order to set ourselves up for springtime success, we need to commit to doing a little pre-work… Continue reading Autumn Lawn Care Tips – Preparing for Spring Success
Halloween has arrived. The leaves have shed their lively green color for varying tints of yellows, oranges, and reds. As the daylight hours fade and temperatures drop, the trees and the grass prepare for the coming months of cold. Almost counter-intuitively, this time of transition is the best time of year to make headway with… Continue reading Fall Lawn Care Tips – Weed, Seed, & Feed
Dethatching your lawn the easy way Lawn thatch is a layer of grass clippings, dead leaves, and other organic material that builds up underneath your lawn, just above the topsoil. A small amount is essential and protects the roots of the grass, but having too much prevents air, water and nutrients from reaching them. This… Continue reading Dethatching your lawn: 3 Simple Steps
Get rid of leaves and lawn debris without raking Allowing fallen leaves and other lawn debris to lie on your lawn not only damages grass and impedes growth, but it also causes thatch to build up and can cause bare spots in your lawn.