1. Lawn Care Tips of the Day

    Prune all chrysanthemum and aster flowers back as they fade out. Prune to a five to six inch height. Keep raking out dead leaves under roses and crabapples trees. This will prevent disease on next year leaves. Also, after the fall season replace hardwood mulch under trees with new mulch. Receive 50%…Read More

  2. Seasonal Flowers

    If Weed Pro is not managing your Seasonal flowers this year, now’s the time to fertilize your pansies, snapdragons, viola, cabbage and dianthus. Use an over the counter water-soluble fertilizer now and switch to a new product that contains “nitrogen” in December through March. Rece…Read More

  3. Yard Tips

    Start digging all caladium, elephant ears and dahlia bulbs now. If you wait, it’s harder to find them. Store the bulbs in boxes of peat moss in a dry safe place until spring. Don’t forget about the birds this season! Please fill bird feeders with black oil sunflower seeds or Wild-bird mi…Read More

  4. Winter Tree Care

    Winter time may seem like the time to take a break from yard care however, there are some things you need to be aware of concerning tree care. With the weather changes during the winter time, cold stress can occur. Trees that have gotten a late start on growth can be extra vulnerable because it has …Read More

  5. Prep Your Mower for the Winter!

    Surely you've kept your mower well tuned throughout the mowing season. If not, now’s the good time to prepare for a long winter's nap. Accomplishing basic maintenance task will make spring startups a breeze. When following these instructions: If mowing not your thing, see the attached link: ht…Read More

  6. Weed Control Georgia

    How many times have you put down weed killer just to see a bunch of weeds popping up soon after? Or the weeds you wanted to kill stay alive? This is not uncommon, but not because nothing can be done about it, it just has to be done properly. Weeds can grow year round in all types of weathers. This c…Read More