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]

What Could Be More Blessed Than To Give….?

More than 60,000 youngsters, mostly foster children, reside in long-term mental health treatment centers nationwide. Ever-Green Turf and Landscape of Troy, and Abbott Laboratories, in Tipp City, are partnering with "Project Believe" to make … [Read More]

What To Do About Japanese Beetles….

You may be wondering why the foilage on your favorite schrub or tree is being devoured.  It's never happened before, you think.  So why is it happening now? Well, the problem in most Miami Valley areas this summer is simply this...Japanese … [Read More]

Know What You’re Spraying…!

It goes without saying that almost every garage of every American homeowner has at least one bottle of weed killer in it.  It's a prerequisite for having a yard,  so we're told. The fact is, that a spray bottle of Roundup (otherwise known as … [Read More]

Your Lawn…And Memorial Day!

Here's a check list for your lawn at the official start of summer.  And if you can check 'yes' on these three important health points you (or your lawn) should be in good shape no matter what the rest of summer brings. Number one...if you did the … [Read More]

Some Words On Dandelions…

They're insufferable, and unavoidable.  We're talking about dandelions, of course, the yellow scourge of spring, currently in their full golden glory. They're fine, of course, if you're into that much yellow, but folks who value their lawns and … [Read More]

The Importance Of A Sharp Blade…More Than The Normal Spring

From all appearances it would seem that we could finally have a pattern of some warm weather in May.  Keep your fingers crossed, eh! This is far different from many normal springs, and it carries with it both positives and negatives relative to … [Read More]

If You Have To Mow Early….”Dead-Heading”

Given the kind of winter we've had;  and given that current temperatures are up and down with more rain than normal, it's highly likely that many of you will need, or have the urge, to mow your lawns earlier than normal. And actually, it's not a … [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 of … [Read More]