Weeds are inevitable in any lawn or garden, but there are good weeds and harmful weeds. “Good weeds” are typically considered plants with some benefits, like clover (which adds nitrogen to the soil). Then there are the pesky “bad weeds” like crabgrass that just take over and make your lawn look terrible. So, how do….
Category: Lawn Care
You’ve spent hours watering, seeding, weeding, and fertilizing. You know your irrigation schedule like the back of your hand. So despite all of your hard work, you might find yourself wondering (with a fair deal of frustration, we might add!), “Why is my grass turning yellow?” There are several reasons your grass might be turning….
According to a survey conducted by the National Association of Landscape Professionals, although 74 percent of Americans who have a lawn reported knowing how to care for them, many lacked basic lawn care knowledge. So we’ve compiled for you some easy steps to prepare your lawn for the harsh weather so that you can enjoy….
How much water does your lawn actually need – and how often should you be watering it? There are all kinds of variables to consider when it comes to growing a healthy, nice-looking lawn. Without a doubt, water is one of the most important. Here’s everything you need to know about how often (and how….
We all want our lawns to look as lush and green as possible. After all, there’s no better place to entertain your guests and enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors than in your backyard! However, knowing exactly how to keep your lawn green is easier said than done. If you’re looking for helpful tips….
Aerating your lawn is a great way to promote healthy roots and soil. When do you need to aerate your lawn in California? The answer isn’t always straightforward. Some seasons and conditions can make lawn aeration less affected – aerate during the rainy season, for instance, and it can cause compacted soil and root damage. ….