1. How to Treat Grubs

    There is nothing more discouraging than to see your lawn and garden ripped to shreds by grub infestation.  Grubs are basically the larvae of beetles and what they feed on is the root systems of your lawn and other plants. This can kill your lawn fast if not addressed quickly. Here is what you can d…Read More

  2. Useful Landscaping Tips

    Ever wonder how you can take care of your yard in a way that will keep it healthy and beautiful at the same time? Well, this article will help you to do just that. Here are some useful landscaping tips that will help you create a beautiful display while also taking care of your yard: Grass Though go…Read More

  3. Protecting Your Trees and Shrubs

    Immaculate landscaping begins and ends with good maintenance. Flowers add color and variety, while trees and shrubs give yards shape and form. Because trees and shrubs are perennials, they have their own set of unique challenges for landscapers to deal with. Here are some tips for maintaining your t…Read More

  4. Tips to Finding a Herbicide That Won’t Hurt Your Dog

    As a dog lover, there’s no way you would do anything to intentionally harm your dog. But if you’re using chemical herbicides on your lawn or garden, then you might be doing just that. Many herbicides might be effective at poisoning weeds, but your dog’s natural urge to go sniffing around all o…Read More

  5. Take Care of Your Lawn the Organic Way

    Fundamentally, your lawn’s health depends on the health of its soil. A soil rich in nutrients, sporting a healthy mini-ecosystem, provides the most ideal growing conditions for your lawn. Introducing poisons and industrial chemicals can have devastating effects on your soil’s ecosystem, not to m…Read More

  6. 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

  7. Ditch the Mower with these Alternate Lawn Options

    Lawns are nice.  Beautiful, soft, and friendly, they look great in front of a house.  But the effort that goes into the upkeep simply isn’t worth it to some people. If you are sick of watering, fertilizing, mowing, and weeding your lawn, consider these alternate lawn options for a nice, yet stre…Read More

  8. 3 Things You Need to Know Before Watering Your Lawn This Summer

    Keeping your lawn lush and green throughout the summer is going to depend a lot on how you’re watering it. Your lawn should get about 1-1.5 inches of water per week, whether it’s from watering or precipitation. Also, grass roots grow on average 6 inches deep, so you need to make sure the water p…Read More

  9. The First Things You Need To Know About Caring For Your Lawn

    There’s so much that can go wrong with your lawn—insect infestation, crab grass outbreak, inexplicable brown streaks. The good news is most of this is preventable, and as long as you know the basics of lawn care, you’ll be able to avoid many of the more serious problems. Know your soil Before …Read More