The Wet Cold Days Of Spring Thus Far

Have you guys who live in the Midwest and points to the North noticed that this spring has been super cold and constantly wet? I know that every spring is like this to some degree, but 2011 has just not warmed up like I am used to! It is not helping our lawns any either. […]

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Nature’s way: 3 tips for a greener lawn

Observing how plants grow in nature provides ideas for effective lawn care. Try these tips for growing and maintaining a healthy lawn: 1. Variety: Although uniformly green lawns are a popular goal, such uniformity rarely occurs in nature. When was the last time you saw a forest consisting of one type of tree, or a meadow […]

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Top 6 steps to a beautiful, healthy lawn

How you treat your lawn in the spring has everything to do with how well the grass flourishes come summertime. Many people think that lawns have the capacity to jump-start themselves in the spring and maintain their health all alone. As with all growing things, your immature lawn needs nutrients, sunlight and TLC. Here are […]

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3 lawn care strategies to avoid with kids around

According to IBISWorld, an organization of analysts that researches economic, demographic and government data, lawn care is a multi-billion dollar industry. With so many choices available, it can be easy to get caught up in the vast array of products and services designed to help you improve your landscape. But you should keep in mind that […]

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