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What’s Causing Those Dead Spots In Your Lawn?

17 August 2018
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Dead spots in the lawn can be frustrating, particularly if you spend a lot of time on lawn care. Fortunately, solving the problem is usually possible—but first you have to determine the cause. Nitrogen burn Nitrogen burns are relatively easy to spot. Generally, you end up with a patch of dead grass surrounded by a ring of grass that appears greener and possibly lusher than the rest of the lawn. This is because nitrogen in low amounts is actually good for your grass. Read More …

2 Things That Landscape Management Services Can Do For You

16 August 2018
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If you have a large property, taking care of your lawn and gardens can be a lot of work. That can be really hard if you don't have a lot of time or if you have ten non-green fingers. However, there are ways that you can get the lawn and garden that you are looking for. One of the things that you can do is to hire a landscape management service to come in and help you out. Read More …

Four Lawn Care Tips For Fall

16 August 2018
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When fall comes, many homeowners are happy to have a break from mowing the lawn each and every week. But while the cool weather will cause your grass to grow at a slower rate, it does not mean you can do away with lawn care completely. Taking good care of your lawn in September and October will help ensure your lawn comes back healthy and green the next spring. Where do you start? Read More …

Landscaping Ideas For A Backyard Slope

15 August 2018
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A major hill or slope in your backyard may make your outdoor space seem limited, but you can actually take advantage of the slope to create a more interesting space. The following are a few ideas for integrating the slope into your garden design. Add terracing Terracing is a common design enhancing strategy for using a slope. The terraces can be wide with a gradual elevation for shallow slope, or they can be narrow for steeper slopes. Read More …