1. Mulching your Garden

    Mr. Weedy says: Mulching your vegetable garden can be fun and easy it just takes a little practice to become a pro. Gather three sheets of newspaper to cover the ground around each plant. Cover the paper with straw or leaves to secure the paper. You could also try using pine straw or wheat straw by …Read More

  2. Brown Patch fungus

    Mr. Weedy says: if you notice circular, dead, brown spots in your lawn you could have Brown patch fungus. A fungicide product may be needed to correct the problem but it could also be as easy as changing your fertilization habits and watering practices to correct the problem. Seek professional advic…Read More

  3. Slugs and Snails

    Mr. Weedy says: keep slugs and snails off your hosta’s this season . Try luring them with a hollowed out half-cantaloupe near your hosta plants. Re-check each day and scrape them into a bucket of soapy water to remove. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. …Read More

  4. Seed Collecting tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Collecting seeds from your plant varieties within your garden can be fun and challenging if done correctly. Try collecting the seeds from foxglove stalks if it is your privilege to have them in your garden. Scratch the soil around the plant, scatter the seed with your hand and cover …Read More

  5. Watering your shrubs

    Mr. Weedy says: How much water do your trees and shrubs actually need? Each week trees & shrubs need one gallon of water per foot of height. Purchase a rain gauge and test your current irrigation system to gauge the amount of water and output from your sprinkler heads. Remember, it's better to w…Read More

  6. Mr. Weedy Says: Applying rocks in the bottom of houseplant containers if definitely not a good idea. The rocks will actually decrease drainage and aeration for the plant roots. This will cause the pots to hold water not allowing the roots to breathe leading to root rot. What's the best time to water…Read More

  7. UV Rays and tips

    Wearing sunscreen during the summer months is very important and should be taken seriously. You and your loved ones should get in the habit of wearing a hat and sunscreen whenever you work or play outdoors. Skin cancer cases are on the rise each year. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help wit…Read More

  8. Fire Ant Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: controlling fire ants during the season can be a difficult task considering they move from one spot to the next. You can try using a lawn and garden products to help control this issue or you can call Weed Pro lawn care today for an effective year-long program. Contact Weed Pro Lawn …Read More

  9. Tomato Plant tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Would you like a natural suggestion to prevent leaf disease in your tomato plant garden? Use your leftover newspaper to surround each tomato plant about 15 to 20 sheets thick underneath the plant; then lightly cover with pine straw. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with y…Read More