Dandelions are stubborn broadleaf perennial weeds that are difficult to eradicate with hand pulling. Dandelions like direct sun, so tall, thick, healthy green grass is better equipped to choke them out. Here’s how to prevent dandelions in your lawn.
Let’s get down to basics. There are certain lawn care tools that every do-it-yourself gardener needs. Having the following six lawn care tools close at hand can help you create the lawn and landscape you want. Here are the essential items you need.
Trees are an important part of any landscape. Tree health is often overlooked, though, so protect these leafy investments with regular maintenance. How can you tell healthy trees from unhealthy ones? Here are the signs.
Turfgrass requires nutrients during the growing season. Soil, sun, and water provide some, but fertilizer can supplement the nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium your lawn needs. Learn here why it’s important to fertilize your lawn.
Should you do your lawn care yourself or hire a professional lawn care company? Here are 8 reasons why you may want to consider a reputable lawn care company.
The long winter months bring several stressors to your lawn. Precipitation, freezing temperatures, and other elements can affect your lawn’s health during this season of dormancy. Read on to learn what you can do to protect your lawn this winter.
If you are new to lawn care, or have only recently gotten serious about turf maintenance, you may be hearing a great deal about a service you were previously unfamiliar with: Aeration and Seeding. But what exactly is Aeration and Seeding and why is it so important to the lawn care process?
Grub worms, the the larvae of Japanese beetles, are a scourge to healthy lawns. When lawn grubs hatch they feed on plant roots, destroying large patches of grass, especially when they exist in large numbers. Here, learn about how to get rid of grubs.
Lawn aeration is an important lawn care process that breaks up compacted soil to help the root system of your grass absorb nutrients. Periodic lawn aeration can help your lawn become green and healthy. Read here to learn more about lawn aeration.
If your lawn is looking thin or bare, it might be time to sow it with a layer of grass seed. The cool-season grasses of Pennsylvania fare best in the fall. Read on to learn more about why fall is the best time to reseed your lawn.