Mulching Benefits for Tree and Landscaping Health

What if I told you there was a product you could use in your yard and garden that would make your landscaping look dramatically better, reduce your watering needs, increase airflow and nutrients to the soil and roots, and deter weeds from growing? 

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Renovate Your Lawn For Optimal Health

Overview Lawn renovation is important to keep your lawn strong, healthy and lush. The healthier your lawn the easier it is to keep weeds from growing. In this post we will go over two of the main cultural practices; core aeration and over seeding and when you should have them done.

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Preparing Your Lawn for Spring

A healthy lawn does a lot for your yard: it ties together all your landscaping elements, provides a plush place for kids to play, and it provides curb appeal. All homeowners want a beautifully, healthy lawn to enjoy. With the rough winter weather behind us (we hope, at least!), it’s time to start preparing your lawn for spring. 

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Best Time for Lawn Seeding

Late summer is the best time for planting seed and improving your lawn’s thickness. In New England, late summer is a welcomed time – and not just because the kids are heading back to school. During the latter part of August and into September, the climate begins to change in the North East. Although day time temperatures can still be...

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Summer Lawn Care Practices to Follow

Help your lawn through the summer and follow these lawn care practices. Lawn care is often a forgotten practice in the summer, as home owners submit to the hot, humid, and dry weather. These summer conditions make it difficult to keep your turf lush and green, but that doesn’t mean you should stop caring for your lawn. The following practices...

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Lawn Renovation: Sodding vs. Seeding

Both seeding and sodding have their benefits, but which is best for you? Before renovating your lawn, you’ll have a few decisions to make – First, how much do you want to spend, and second, when do you want/need the lawn renovated by? These two questions are actually interrelated, but if you can answer them, then you’ll know which lawn...

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Avoid Soil and Turf Compaction this Summer

Limit the amount of foot and vehicle traffic on your turf this summer to avoid compaction, and maintain a healthy lawn. Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of outdoor cookout and gathering season, which often entails heavy foot traffic, and even vehicle traffic, on your beloved lawn. If you work hard to have a great looking lawn, by all means...

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Tips for a Great Lawn This Spring

Take advantage of the weather this spring and make some significant improvements to your lawn. It seems like we’ve settled into a normal spring weather pattern. A few days of moderate temperatures, cloud cover, and precipitation followed by a couple of warm, sunny days. This cycle usually occurs for about four weeks each spring before settling into a more summer-like...

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