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May 21, 2019

It officially feels like spring and summer when you start to hear more birdsong outdoors, and we love the beautiful visitors that have begun to frequent our lawns. If you enjoy the sights and sounds…

May 7, 2019

We know the importance of a lawn that is healthy and looking its best, and we work hard to make sure yours is the highlight of your neighborhood. But the health and beauty of your…

April 23, 2019

Dandelions are so familiar to most of us that it’s easy to forget that they’re weeds — broadleaf perennials, to be specific.  They appear twice a year, in the spring and the fall, as bright…

April 8, 2019

When many of us think about a fresh layer of mulch as part of our spring lawn care regimen, we’re thinking about the ways that it will improve the appearance of our yards. Of course,…

March 25, 2019

Warmer weather has been preparing us for the change of seasons. The vernal equinox, which marks the first day of spring, falls on Friday, March 20, this year, so it’s time to start thinking about…

March 11, 2019

If you have a Bermuda or Zoysia lawn, you know your warm-season grass is about to emerge from winter dormancy and return to the lush green color we associate with spring. You can help that…

February 25, 2019

It probably doesn’t seem like much time has passed since you put your lawn mower away for the winter, but now’s the time for its annual maintenance to get it ready for spring. With mowing…

February 11, 2019

Many homeowners in the South consider weeds to be the most annoying lawn care challenge they face, and of course our region is far from alone in this respect. Tough and persistent, it sometimes seems…

January 28, 2019

We Southerners love our crepe myrtles, and for good reasons: They’re multi–season performers, boasting beautiful flowers in summer and brilliant color in fall. Even their bark looks good. Sometimes, though, if you’re not careful, you…

January 14, 2019

Many gardeners look forward to this time of year as a break in their routines, a season of reduced work. But for a large percentage of that group, the respite has barely begun before they’re…