Posts filed under: Lawn Care

Fall is the best time to prepare your lawn for how you want it to look when spring comes back around. Here are some tips for fall that will have your lawn looking green and healthy next spring: • Attack weeds. ...
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This summer's extremely warm temperatures may have left your lawn damaged. But with a little work, it’s possible to repair the damage and be ready to go for the upcoming seasons. The first step is to assess your...
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It is also a great time to start a lawn care schedule that will ensure your lawn is the envy of all your neighbors throughout the year. Any good service starts with a plan, or in this case, a...
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Overseeding your lawn is one of the most important things that you can do for your lawn in the fall. By overseeding, you can make sure that your lawn is green and healthy throughout the year without tearing up...
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We typically think of fall and winter as being the “off-season” for our lawns but maintaining your lawn care schedule at this time is vital to the health and appearance of your lawn throughout the year....
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States such as Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and South Carolina, are going into month number 3 of temperatures in the 90’s. Not only is the heat taking a toll on humans, it’s probably taking a toll on your lawn as well....
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We have recently experienced a high number of calls regarding sugarcane beetles so we thought it would be a great topic to blog about. While looking for informatin we came across an interesting article that discusses sugarcane beetles on...
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As summer comes around and we're spending more time outdoors, we want to make sure our yards are looking good for the season! Whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or a Northwest Lawn Care customer, this article featured on HGTV.com...
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Starting your own garden can offer you and your family many benefits. Fresh fruits and vegetables hold more nutrients than their store bought counter parts. By planting your own garden you can control how much money you spend,...
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We’ve been talking a lot lately about the approaching spring and getting your lawn growing and healthy. After the harsh winter we had, lawns are looking dull and dry. Now is the perfect time to bring them back...
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