The February “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.'s not to early to give your 2018 lawn what some professionals call the February "eye" test.  And what … [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 the dead of 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) … [Read More]

Plan Now For Spring…Save Money!


It's a good time to think about it - how your lawn, your beds, your trees and property will look with the coming growing season. There's plenty to consider. Brown, or dead spots in the yard. How much to fertilize, and when?  And what kind … [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]

Some Important Notes About Your Final Mow Before Winter


If you're like many others this fall, the warm temperatures has led to later-than-normal turf growth in your yard.  This means, of course, that some are mowing their lawns two, or even three times more than on a normal year. This is fine, of … [Read More]