If You’re Going To Plant A Tree…..

There's more to consider for fall planting than just grass seed and perennial bulbs.  Now, more than ever, people are considering trees as an accent and long-term investment in their property.  If you think that doesn't matter...just ask a … [Read More]

Sharp Blades, And Why They’re So Important…!

Remember all that cold weather and rain from the spring? Well, the summer solstice has come and gone, it hasn't rained for nearly two weeks, the temperatures hit the hit 90s last week...and your lawn may be suffering, and that soon. Watering … [Read More]

What To Do With Your Lawn This June….

If you look around you'll see grass finally beginning to fill in, grow, and come to color.  It's taken a while, given the conditions of April and May. Cold nights, 14 inches of rain, and issues out of your control given the on-again, off-again, … [Read More]

If You Have To Mow Wet Grass….

Ordinarily, we don't recommend that you mow your yard when it's wet. You know that, of course.  All those years that you mowed your dad's lawn for allowance money, no doubt he told you weekly.  And, he was right. But now that it's your lawn you … [Read More]

How Much Snow Is Good…?

It's a topic we hear frequently during the winter months.  How much snow is actually good for your lawn and landscaping? Well, the answer, generally, is that any snow that's at least two inches (like the photo example above) is a good thing for … [Read More]

The Winter “Eye” Test….

Obviously it's weeks too early to become excited about getting out and into your New Year's resolution about a better lawn come spring. But...it's not to early to give your 2022 lawn what some professionals call the winter"eye" test.  And what is … [Read More]

The Perfect Holiday Gift…And $ave Money!

Here's a thought, pre-holiday, for something you can do for someone special on your family list that you perhaps forgot...or better yet, something you can do for yourself to make your 2022 landscaping better, and easier. Take this opportunity to … [Read More]

The Best Time To Prune…Is Now!

It's hardly on the minds of most with trees or shrubs of any kind.  Not in fall or winter. But for the growing number of people who plant fruit trees, or even flowering crab apples, as a landscaping complement, those trees (and some shrubs) need … [Read More]

How Fall Mowing Can Make Your Yard Look Better All Winter

We get it.  By the time October rolls around most people are pretty tired of mowing grass, even those most dedicated to the look of their lawn and landscaping. You grow weary of the same spots, the same angles...the same turns of the mower and … [Read More]

Two Good Things To Do Right Now (September)

You hear a lot of ads (or read them) about fall feeding for your lawn - the advantages, and how it allows you to enjoy better color and and seasonal growth that carry over even to next spring.  All of that is true. But there are a couple other … [Read More]