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 wet, moderate summer we've had there's some advantage … [Read More]

Another, Different Issue Of Summer Mowing….


If you're a frequent visitor to the Ever-Green site you by now know that we recommend a minimum height of about 3.5 inches for average summer mowing.  This helps keep your lawn green while minimizing the stress on individual plants.  It's pretty … [Read More]

Change Mower Pattern For Healthy, Better Looking Grass


Rain or shine, wet or dry, one of the easiest (and simplest) things you can do for a better looking lawn is avoid certain mowing habits. That is, if you're in the habit of mowing your lawn in the same direction every week...change your habits.  … [Read More]

Good Mowing For Summer Heat…


Even though the official start of summer has yet to exhibit summer heat as of this writing, it doesn't mean that hot weather is that far away. And where good lawn care and mowing is concerned just three "days" of hot weather can make a significant … [Read More]

The Importance Of A Sharp Blade…Now More Than Before


From all appearances it would seem that we're in a pattern of wetter-than-normal June weather, about to become July. This is far different from many normal Junes, and it carries with it both positives and negatives relative to the maintenance of … [Read More]

Summer Color For Mere Coins


It's still several days from the official start of summer, but it's hardly early for those who annually bathe their beds and landscaping with the rich, varied colors of the season. For many, it's a yearly labor of love;  something looked forward … [Read More]