Lawn Care Blog

A Bucks County woman became the eighth person in the keystone state infected with West Nile virus. Five out of the eight cases occurred in eastern-southeastern Pennsylvania.

No two years are alike and therefore we look to arm ourselves with the knowledge that will serve you best. During this training we took an inside look into issues affecting our lawns for the 2012 season.

While our trained technicians consistently check for weeds on your property, it is important to remember a few key factors about weeds in order to understand your lawn.

Renewal & Remembrance brings together business owners, families, and employees of companies to put in a day of maintenance work at Arlington National Cemetery.

Wild Onion can be a tough weed to control. Once these weeds have established themselves in your lawn, they spread rapidly and will take a few seasons of care to eradicate.

Chinch bugs. These pesky bugs show up in herds to dry up your lawn, killing patches or your whole lawn.

While Oxalis can be very nice in appearance, it can really destroy the look of your lawn. What's worse, if you live in our service areas, you should not pull this weed! Here's why.

Summer brings a lot of really great benefits, but sometimes too much of a good thing can take a toll on your lawn.

Lawn Invasion: Ticks

Lawn Invasion: Ticks

Ticks are considered to be superior carriers of disease. They are small and stealthy and often go unnoticed until it is too late.