1. Getting Ready to Seed Your Lawn

    As fall rolls around, you should schedule some time to provide your lawn with a little extra attention. Planting tall fescue during the fall season can provide you with a lush and green colored lawn throughout the fall, winter and spring in Georgia. Planting tall fescue during the months of Septembe…Read More

  2. Herb Garden Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Be sure to maintenance your herb garden to ensure fresh non- dried out herbs. Cut the plants back by half- herbs like basil, mint and oregano. This prevents them from producing seed and promotes more fragrant leaves. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape pr…Read More

  3. Organic Pest Control

    Mr. Weedy says: Be on the lookout for white aphids insect clustered at the tips of crape myrtle branches. Weed Pro lawn care's tree and shrub program is proven effective in the prevention of these insects before they become a problem. If you decide to take on them yourself start off by washing them …Read More

  4. Additional Info Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: You would be surprised what great information can be found at your local extension office in Atlanta Georgia. Beneficial information regarding pruning fruit producing Apple trees, pear trees, and grape vines in Georgia. The information is free and very helpful.  You can also sto…Read More

  5. Poisonous Plant Avoidance Tips

    Mr. Weedy says:  It's best to wear long pants and long shirts when working in natural areas in your landscape. Always be on the Lookout for poison ivy or poison sumac when working outdoors. These dangerous plants can cause a skin reaction even if the vine and branches are leafless. Contact Weed…Read More