1. 4 Tips To Trim And Edge Your Lawn Like A Pro

    Like many homeowners, the warm spring weather has probably encouraged you to get outside and tidy up your lawn. After planting flowers, shrubs, bushes and trees, and giving your grass time to grow, it’s time to make your yard look fresh and manicured. With these four tips, you can trim and edge yo…Read More

  2. How to Keep Your Soil Healthy For Better Lawn Care

    Better payoff. Less effort. That’s what happens when you take the proper steps to keep your soil healthy. Imagine stepping onto your lush, green lawn with a lemonade in your hands. You couldn’t spot a weed if you tried – but you really don’t want to try because you’re just enjoying relaxin…Read More

  3. 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

  4. How Trees Benefit Your Lawn

    Decorating your lawn usually consists of grass, bushes, and flowers. They’re small, simple to plant, and give you almost instant gratification. However, trees can benefit your lawn much more in the long run. Here are a few reasons why you should plant a tree in your lawn. Home Protection In the bi…Read More

  5. Keeping Your Lawn Green: Ideal Watering Practices

      Having a green lawn can make a great first impression on new neighbors, and enhances curb appeal for family parties and prospective buyers, but keeping your lawn in good shape can be a difficult task. One of the most important aspects of proper lawn care is simply knowing when to water your lawn.…Read More

  6. Earthworms: Your Natural Gardening Assistants

    In the world of gardening, there are a variety of environmental factors you need to be aware of; many of them are to your advantage, while others can make your harvests more difficult.  Insects and other invertebrates can be extremely detrimental to your plants, but the earthworm is an important pa…Read More

  7. The Importance of Soil Testing

    When you are trying to grow an immaculate lawn or garden, the first place to look is at the soil. Many people will simply look at how dark or soft it is and figure it is fertile soil. It is important to know what is in your soil before you start planting as it can save you from problems in the futur…Read More

  8. Keeping Your Kids Safe with Organic Lawn Care

    Making sure that your kids are safe and sound is a top priority in everything you do, so keeping your lawn safe for your children shouldn’t be an exception.  By taking care of your lawn and garden organically you can maximize your kids safety and satisfaction. What Is Organic Lawn Care? Taking ca…Read More

  9. Caring for Your Lawn in the Summer

    It seems to be an enigma to many homeowners and property owners, but the secrets to keeping the lawn looking fresh and healthy during the summer are not terrible hard to grasp—they just take a bit of work.  The harsh heat from the summer sun can do some serious damage to a home’s yard, especial…Read More