The Last, And Best, $50 You Can Spend…

To those who are committed to their lawns fifty two weeks a year, the next eight weeks are some of the most important. Why?  Because fall fertilization, in the estimation of most turf experts, is the most important feeding for your lawn in the … [Read More]

Advantages For Fall Seeding…

Here's why you don't want to put it off - seeding a new lawn or a renovated section of your existing lawn.  Here's why it's better to spend the time now, in October, to get to work instead of taking a chance on next spring. For one, you have … [Read More]

The Simple Fall Test….

As we enter 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 the recent dry weather has your efforts to feed and water produced the … [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]

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]

So, Why Do I Have All This Crabgrass?

It is probably the most frequent call, and the most frequently asked question since June.  "Why do I have all this crabgrass in my yard? "I got the treatment in March.  I paid good money for pre-emergent to prevent crabgrass from growing later in … [Read More]

Summer Color For Mere Coins

Now that we're into summer it's showtime - 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 to throughout the cold dreary months of … [Read More]

The Importance Of ‘Sharp’ Blades On Your Mower

Yes, you're mowing more than you usually do.  It's been raining since the end of February, and you probably started mowing about the last week of March. And you probably spent the first two weeks of mowing just 'dead-heading' your lawn - that is, … [Read More]

If You Have To Mow Wet Grass….

Ordinarily, you 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. And now that it's your lawn … [Read More]

“Dead-Heading” Your Lawn, And Why

There are two schools of thought pertaining to when to cut your lawn for the first time in the spring. One, wait as long as you possibly can, because it's just one more thing to do no a weekly basis. Or two, cut it early, now, because if you … [Read More]