1. 5 Handy Tips to Keep Your Lawn Mower Safe During the Winter Months

    With winter fast approaching, it is time to put your summer supplies away, clean and cover the power tools, and sweep up your workspace and garage in preparation for the upcoming cold months. However, one of the tools in your yard upkeep arsenal is going to need a little more work to be ready for wi…Read More

  2. Plan Ahead For Winter with These 5 Lawn Saving Tips

    With the winter months practically upon us, it’s good to remind ourselves that our lawns still need some attention during the colder weather. By preparing your lawn for winter, you’re also preparing it to thrive again in the spring. Generally speaking, the warm-season grasses we use here in Geor…Read More

  3. Will Snow Damage my Lawn and Garden?

    Before winter comes, every homeowner wants to protect their lawn and garden from freezing. Here are a few tips to ensure that your grass and plants will stay as healthy as possible. How to Protect your Lawn Snow may be covering your lawn, but that doesn’t mean it’s damaging it. What really dama…Read More

  4. Avoid These Practices to Maintain a Healthy Lawn

    The lawn is one of the most abused elements of every yard, and for the most part, it can handle the abuse. But there are a few things that a lawn can simply not take. Understanding how to avoid hurting your lawn can help you make better choices along the way. Here are a few common activities you sho…Read More

  5. The Optimal Length to Cut Your Grass

    Mowing doesn’t just make your lawn look good—it helps it thrive. Just as other garden plants need to be pruned, grass needs to be mowed regularly to help it grow thick and full. A thick, healthy lawn will be more resistant to drought and weed infestation. Cutting it at an ideal length is importa…Read More

  6. Proper Disposal of Pesticides

    1. First, do not dispose of these pesticides in an illegal or unsafe way. Do not pour them into storm drains and other drains, put them into trash cans, or use other similar disposal methods. These disposal systems do not have the ability to degrade these pesticides properly and the pesticide can qu…Read More

  7. 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