Although it’s a tough plant, your grass will eventually decline due to high usage from people (and pets
). This decline can lead to bald patches, compact soil, and weeds. High-traffic lawns include areas like apartments
, condominiums, park and sporting areas, and just active family yards. Fortunately, through key preparation and treatment steps, you’ll be able to minimize damage and quickly repair your lawn. Continue reading How to Maintain High-Traffic Grass
What was once a promising layer of grass has turned into a thinning and discolored one. It’s important to keep up with lawn care so your lawn remains healthy and full throughout the season. However, your lawn can bounce back with the process of overseeding, which can be a complicated endeavor but luckily, we’re here to simplify it. Below lists the procedure to follow when overseeding and how you’ll benefit afterward.
Continue reading The Process and Benefits of Overseeding Your Lawn
Composting is a landscapers secret weapon to getting the best-growing plants. There is a lot that goes into getting the best compost like finding the best spot to put it, using the right materials, and patience. In this blog, we will go over the steps to take to get yourself started on composting.
Continue reading Landscaping Tips: How to Get the Perfect Compost
Nothing beats the experience of having calm running water flowing from your new pond or fountain. Not only do ponds and fountains bring strong aesthetics to your property, but they also improve the overall health of your environment. Unfortunately, a lack of proper maintenance of a fountain or pond can bring negative effects to its appearance, function, and ecosystem. Today we will take a look at what you can do to keep your pond or fountain looking beautiful. Continue reading After the Installation: Caring for Your New Pond or Fountain
There are many different benefits to adding mulch to your home’s landscape. Considering adding a new flower bed, planting new trees, or any other areas that are already distinguished flower beds? Mulch will not only help your garden grow, but it will also help enhance the appearance of your landscape. Continue reading Why is Mulching Your Landscape Important?
In the fall, we prepare our yards to stay dormant throughout the cold months. The winter blankets our properties with cold, white snow, making landscape and lawn care options restricted. Although we cannot do as much, there are still landscaping possibilities throughout the winter. Here are some options on how you can beautify your landscape
even when it seems to be impossible. Continue reading How to Landscape in the Winter
Are you prepared
for this winter’s snow storms? If your property needs a commercial snow plow, you need to call a company now. Being ahead of the winter conditions will benefit you in the long run especially with the unpredictable weather of New England. Be ready with a few questions that will help you determine what to expect from this company and if it is a good fit. Know your budget, the size of the area that needs to be cleared, and what to expect on snow days. Ensure the safety of your employees by choosing the best snow plow company for your business. Continue reading Questions to Ask Your Snow Plow Company
As all New England knows, the winter is harsh. Preparing your hardscape is an important task to add to your fall cleaning. Without the proper preparation, your new patio, outdoor kitchen, and other hardscape
could get ruined. Take the following steps
to ensure the safety of your outdoors during the cold winter months ahead of us. Continue reading Preparing Your Hardscape for the Winter
The end of summer doesn’t mean the end of garden and lawn care. Many homeowners think gardens and lawns need less care in the fall because crops and grass grow slowly, when in fact just the opposite is true. During fall, crops and grass are busily absorbing energy, moisture, and nutrients in preparation for a dormant winter. By getting started with your preparation earlier, you, your garden, and your lawn won’t have to worry so much about the early New England freezes. Take a look at what you can do in summer to ready your garden and lawn ready for fall. Continue reading Successfully Prepare Your Garden and Lawn for Fall
In a previous blog, we addressed why you should be fertilizing your lawn
. However, that brings up another point: when should you be fertilizing your lawn? While the short answer that fertilizer is food and you should feed your lawn when it’s growing the most, knowing exactly when that is and how often aren’t always so clear. For your lawn, this blog is going to help you identify what’s the optimal time to fertilize and how different fertilizers affect when and how often you should fertilize your lawn. Continue reading When Should You Fertilize Your Lawn?