1. Tree Watering Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you plan to dig a hole for a tree or a hole post this season. Let your water hose trickle in the spot you have chosen all night long to loosen and soften the soil. This will create a muddy experience to dig in but allows for a deeper more accurate hole for your purpose. Contact We…Read More

  2. New Growth on Hydrangeas

    Mr. Weedy says: To acquire new growth on your hydrangeas shrubs, remove all stems that support faded flowers on your blue and pink varieties. Generally a basic rule of thumb is to shorten droopy, flowerless stems by one-third. The new growth that occurs between now and winter will produce next summe…Read More

  3. Choosing the Right Watermelon

    Mr. Weedy says: When choosing a watermelon for the Summer Holidays try slapping the fruit with your hand to determine the ripeness and freshness. A very sweet tasting fruit should sound hollow and an unripe fruit sounds like you're hitting a solid piece of wood. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly f…Read More

  4. Maintaining Your Flower Garden

    Mr. Weedy says: To keep a vibrant and colorful planner garden, regularly remove faded flowers from salvia, zinnia, coneflower and especially petunia. This will encourage bushiness and the production of more vibrant flowers. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. A…Read More

  5. Tree Watering Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: This time of year tree roots are almost bone dry in the ground is very hard and compact. Try watering the trees with 15 to 20 gallons of water based on the tree trunk thickness once each week. Check with your local county office four watering regulations and rules Mr. Weedy says: be …Read More

  6. Caterpillar Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: if you notice big green caterpillars in your vegetable garden and are wondering what they are you are probably looking at beautiful swallowtail butterflies. Please relocate them from your garden and try not to kill them if you can help it. A local nature preserve would be happy to ta…Read More

  7. Mowing in the Summer

    Mr. Weedy says: During the hot summer months, raise your mower height by one notch to help your grass withstand dry weather. It’s not necessarily the best idea to cut your grass very short during the summer months unless you are using a reel mower. Ask a Weed Pro professional how to fertilize …Read More

  8. Flower Tips and Ideas

    Mr. Weedy says: Now's a great time to remove faded flowers from beautiful plants like Geraniums and Marigolds to help them make more blooms. This is a very easy process and you'll be happy that you've done it once the plants start to reproduce! Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your …Read More

  9. Flower Beds and Aesthetics

    Mr. Weedy says: planning annual flower beds can create a huge impact on the visual aspect of your home. Commercial properties have done this for years to create a sense of being at home for their customers and to attract customers to their properties. Try color bowls or large container plantings nea…Read More