Fall is the best time to plant trees and shrubs. When adding trees and shrubs to your landscape, planting in the fall offers several benefits.
Follow some of the fall lawn care tips in this article to elevate your lawn care program and achieve a healthy lawn next spring.
Fall is one of the best times to repair a grassy lawn because you will not have to water the lawn as much once the weather starts to cool.
Now that Fall has officially arrived, so have cool temperatures, shorter days, and you guessed it, leaves. Today we are going to talk about how to clean up fall leaves from your lawn the right way.
Let’s face it, crabgrass is one tough challenge! It arrives in Spring and stares at us all summer long. What to do? In the Fall, the answer is NOTHING!
Armyworms are taking over your lawn and its time to defend against these pesky invaders. It has recently been discovered that a large infestation of armyworms has broken out in many states, including Ohio, Indiana and north Carolina!
Lawn care services are NOT all alike! You'll want to hire a company that offers professional lawn care knowledge and experience, and dependable services.
Before winter sets in, there are just a few things you should do to give your trees and shrubs the best chance of surviving another cold, harsh winter.
For the best possible lawn, it is important to understand the significant differences between Aeration and Dethatching your lawn this fall.
This article will give you useful tips if you should rake your lawn in the fall. Although we consider fallen leaves as litter, its far from it.