Ideal Fall Color


If you enjoy fall color this is a banner year.  Consistent moisture throughout the spring and summer growing season has served the hardwoods...maple, oak, and gum trees...well. Take a drive along any city street or country road and you'll be … [Read More]

Take Advantage Of A Better Summer For Fall Seeding, Planting


You're familiar with the old adage of making hay while the sun shines?  Well, think in terms of your lawn and landscaping relative to fall seeding and renovations.  And here's why. With the adequate summer rains we've had there's some advantage … [Read More]

The Simple Fall Test….


As we near the fall season there's one simple test to tell whether the lawn program you're currently using is doing its job. The test?  How does your grass look? With recent rains has its color come back and is it filling in those frustrating … [Read More]

Recipe For A New Lawn….


Whether you're building from scratch, or just renovating an existing lawn, we're approaching that time of the year when seeding works best. Of course, you can make the point for planting in spring because of ample supplies of natural rainwater.  … [Read More]

Why Curb Lanes Look Bad….


It's July now, "dog days" for most lawns and lawn care issues, and one about which we hear frequently is that of crab crass and other undesirables in "curb lanes" and the areas adjacent to sidewalks. "Why are there so many weeds, and why is the … [Read More]