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4 Ways to Prepare Your Lawn & Landscape for Spring

By |2020-03-30T19:56:48-04:00February 13th, 2019|Spring, Winter|

Here in the New River Valley in mid February, most are still in winter mode. Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction of an early spring, followed by several unseasonably warm days may have temporarily shifted some of us out of that. But with the return of more average winter-like temperature to our area, it’s hard to tell

Why Core Aeration?

By |2020-03-30T19:57:07-04:00August 14th, 2018|Fall|

It’s hard to believe that it’s back to school season, which means that fall is right around the corner! In fact, we’re starting later this week on one of the most important services we offer this time of year—core aeration. Core aeration is one of the best things you can do for your lawn

What Are Grubs & Why Can They Be a Problem in My Lawn?

By |2020-03-30T19:57:33-04:00May 7th, 2018|Pests|

Grubs: Should I Be Worried About Them in My Lawn? We often get asked this question. White grubs are the immature forms of several types of beetles, one of which you probably know, the Japanese Beetle! These beetles spend the majority of their lives underground, feeding and growing primarily on turf roots and organic material

Avoiding Over-Fertilization This Spring & Summer

By |2020-03-30T19:57:40-04:00May 7th, 2017|Spring, Summer|

Avoid the Temptation to Over-Fertilize Your Lawn This Spring & Summer As spring gives way into summer, our gardening efforts are beginning to pay off. Gardeners have visions of lush ornamentals laden with blooms of all shapes and colors, tremendous vegetables, delectable fruits and beautiful lawns. These visions are great motivators to the home

8 Tips to Transition from Fall to Winter & Protect Your Lawn During the Cold Months

By |2020-03-30T19:57:49-04:00November 15th, 2016|Fall, Winter|

Preparing Your Lawn for Winter As we transition from fall to winter and things are slowing down on the lawn and landscape front, what other jobs still need to be done? A couple of things that we always think about around our homes and shop are below: 1: Mow the Lawn One Last


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