1. Edging Your Lawn on a Regular Basis

    Our lawns are beautiful ground covers that make our homes and neighborhoods look great. They add the perfect touch needed to make a setting absolutely wonderful. A good looking lawn happens when people put in the time and effort to make it so. One of the most important care processes that people see…Read More

  2. Ridding Your Lawn of Dandelions

    Around this time of year, you may start to see those pesky dandelions shooting up through your grass. Their rough looking leaves can ruin the smooth and gorgeous surface of your lawn and they can spread quickly.  If you see dandelions start to grow on your lawn, react quickly and swiftly. Although …Read More

  3. Okra and Squash Gardening

    Mr. Weedy says: If you have a vegetable garden at your home and grow okra or squash, remember to regularly harvest the plant. Just one fully ripe fruit halts blooming and stops future growth of the entire vegetable plant. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. Add…Read More

  4. Adding color to your landscape

    Mr. Weedy says: What to add great color to your landscape to draw attention to your house or impress that special someone? Try planting vinca, coleus and geraniums for long lasting summer color. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. Additional reference sources i…Read More

  5. Moving indoor plants outside

    Mr. Weedy says: Don't be in a hurry to move your indoor plants outside. Introduce the plants gradually to the suns powerful rays and never place them directly in full sunshine. To be safe, filtered sun or shade is always best. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects…Read More

  6. Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Use a hand pruner on your boxwood shrubs, shears are not recommended for pruning boxwood's and your goal is to make foliage holes in the greenery. This process will improve sun penetration to the tree trunk for new growth stimulation. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with…Read More

  7. Shrub Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: You can start pruning overgrown Burford holly shrubs at this time. The shrubs can be pruned severely to less than 12 inches if needed. All heavily pruned shrubs will grow back new green foliage by the summer months. Be sure to take extra caution in completing this task if the shrubs …Read More