WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY LAWN?!
Summer lawn issues are not only visually dissatisfying but they can also have detrimental long lasting effects on your turf. Taking caution in how we maintain our lawns leading up to the summer months can help prevent harmful lawn diseases, insect infestations and the spread of invasive weeds. Below are a few steps you can […]Read More
Snow mold is a lawn disease that arises over the winter while grass is blanketed by a cover of snow. It often appears as a web-like patch and is white/grey in color or can have a pink tone. Snow mold most often occurs on healthy lawns with an abundance of nutrients when the […]Read More
MY DOG IS RUINING MY LAWN!
How to Fix Lawn Burn from Dog Urine When a dog urinates on the lawn, it often causes a dried-up brown spot to form. A lawn that is well cared for can start to look shabby very quickly if your dog or your neighbors’ dogs keep peeing on it. The urine from […]Read More
TIPS FOR CREATING AND MAINTAINING POTS
Container Selection: All plant containers should feature drainage holes on the bottom so excess moisture can drain from soil. You can drill holes in plastic pots lacking holes, but clay pots without holes require a liner pot that has drainage holes. Plant in the liner pot, and set it in the more decorative clay pot. […]Read More
WHY CONTAINER GARDENS?
People have been planting in containers for years now but some of us are afraid to try it ourselves. Here are five simple reasons that might make container gardening a bit more appealing to you this season. 1. It’s Easy – Container gardening is a great place to start for the novice green thumb. The start […]Read More