1. Azalea Flower Pruning

    Mr. Weedy says: If you received florist’s azaleas this year as a gift from a family member or friend. Remove all weathered flowers to prolong the plants blooming abilities and plant reproduction. This will stimulate in activate flower reproduction. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help …Read More

  2. Insect removal tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you've had problems with lace bug activity in the past on your azalea plants, try spraying insecticidal soap to help remove the insects. You may have to repeat several applications throughout the year to achieve the desired results. You can visit Weed Pro lawn care's education lin…Read More

  3. Boston Fern Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you're a fan of Boston ferns and have extra planning baskets or patio hanger pots, try dividing any over-wintered baskets into four sections to create new displays. Plant each hanging basket into sections of two for best results Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with yo…Read More

  4. Insect control on Euonymus and Holly Shrubs

    Mr. Weedy says: Euonymus and holly shrubs or notorious for attracting scale insects. Examine the underside of the leaf paying close attention to signs of a white crust surface to indicate insect activity. Thoroughly treat the upper and lower sides of each leaf if possible along with treating the sto…Read More

  5. Using Sod

    Mr. Weedy says: If you plan on replacing your sod this year, prepare the selected area by first killing any weeds present with a selective herbicide product. This will prevent future weeds from overtaking the new grass areas. Preparation is essential to your success with any sod replacement project.…Read More

  6. What to Plant

    Mr. Weedy says: If you have an area of landscape that needs sprucing up, try planting dahlias, elephant ear, gladiolus and caladiums now. These plant varieties can add life to any dull landscape area. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. Additional reference sou…Read More

  7. Soil and Lime Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Depending on the area you live in, check your soils pH for low wind efficiencies and adjust accordingly to your areas soil conditions and requirements. Lime is a natural product and can be used 40 pounds per 1000 ft. At Weed Pro lawn care we provide free soil tests and lime adjustmen…Read More

  8. When to Prune Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Winter honeysuckle, quince and forsythia can be pruned to a smaller size after flowering has completed. Heavy planning is not recommended at this time. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. Additional reference sources include lawn service atlanta…Read More

  9. Soil Test Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: A complete soil test is very important and should be done at least twice a year to receive optimal results. Increasing the pH in your lawn, along with other natural products will help your turf grass intake fertilizers more accurately. If your current lawn care company isn't testing,…Read More