1. Keeping Stray Dogs off Your Lawn

    If your neighborhood strays like to visit your home and leave little (or big) brown presents on your lawn, you may want to discourage future visits.  Here are some environmentally friendly, safe ways to keep those little guys off your property. Sprinklers Most dogs dislike being sprayed by sprinkle…Read More

  2. Basic Soil Components

    It is easy to look at the earth in our front yards and think that it is all the same, just dirt.  This is correct to a degree, but when it comes down to it, there are many different types of soil, and knowing what kind you have can help you to improve your garden and produce the best fruits.  Ther…Read More

  3. Deciding which Kind of Grass to Use

    If you find yourself in the position of seeding your own lawn, one of the many decisions you will have to make is what type of grass you are going to use.  While most people might think that all grass is the same, this is very far from the truth.  There are many characteristics of grass that can e…Read More

  4. The Importance of Taking Care of Your Lawn

    People often wonder what the difference is between an impeccable front lawn that is luscious, full, and vibrantly green, and why their lawn looks like the grass strip on the side of a highway.  The truth about having a great lawn is that anybody can do it… if they’re willing to put in the time …Read More

  5. Keeping Weeds under Control

    When we say weed control we are really talking about management because unless you have a greenhouse that is completely void of contact with weeds, there are going to be weeds. They are extremely invasive and can destroy a garden or lawn faster than anything else. Here are some tips to take care of …Read More

  6. Benefits of laying Sod

    Sometimes laying sod can be an expensive and time consuming venture, but there are some great benefits to laying sod. While many people choose to save or do things their own way and plant their grass by seed, there can be some problems. There are most likely going to be people that step on the seedl…Read More

  7. The Three Necessities of a Healthy Lawn

    Lawn care in Cumming, GA, can be boiled down to three main necessities— mowing, watering, and aeration.  With these three elements to lawn care in place, a homeowner or landowner in Cumming, Georgia, will be able have a healthier lawn and a more attractive yard. Correct mowing techniques are the …Read More

  8. Keeping an Eye on Your Lawn in Winter

    Winter marks the end of intensive lawn care in most places. As the temperature of the air drops, the lawn’s cravings to grow do as well. Most strains of grass will turn dormant throughout the winter and stop growing. They will do just enough to stay alive, but that’s about it. This means you’l…Read More