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Autumn is the Best Time to Aerate & Seed Your Lawn

Why Every Lawn Needs Fall Care

Winter might be the time of year when your lawn goes dormant, but that does not mean you should neglect it in the fall. In fact, two essential lawn maintenance to-dos on your fall list should be Core Aeration and Over Seeding. Doing so ensures that your lawn comes back next season looking healthy, vibrant and ready to take on wet weather, weeds, pests and more.

End of Summer Lawn Repair

With Core Aeration, Over Seeding & Fertilization

Late summer and early fall are the perfect time to schedule your annual Core Aeration, Over Seeding and Fertilization treatments so the air, water, seed and nutrients can really penetrate deeply to softening the soil and promoting root growth. Aeration and Fall Seeding are necessary to repair the wear and tear that summer damage has inflicted on your lawn. Now is the best time to rejuvenate your grass for a lawn you can be proud of and enjoy next spring.

Why Is My Lawn Dying? Part 2

Why are there brown spots in my lawn? Why does it look that way? Will it grow back again? What is causing all of this?

In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a lot that can go wrong with that lawn of yours! These questions and ones like them are facing many lawn care professionals in the Delaware Valley this season. Now that summer is in full swing in Bucks & Montgomery County, our lawns may be starting to show the strain. It can fry in hot, dry summers, suffer disease plagues in wet ones, and get attacked by bugs in any conditions. There may be a number of causes, and we’ll explain some of them for you here. This Part Two of a Two Part Blog post… Read Part One

Why Is My Lawn Dying? Part 1

Why are there brown spots in my lawn? Why does it look that way? Will it grow back again? What is causing all of this?

In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a lot that can go wrong with that lawn of yours! These questions and ones like them are facing many lawn care professionals in the Delaware Valley this season. Now that summer is in full swing in Bucks & Montgomery County, our lawns may be starting to show the strain. It can fry in hot, dry summers, suffer disease plagues in wet ones, and get attacked by bugs in any conditions. There may be a number of causes, and we’ll explain some of them for you here. This Part One of a Two Part Blog post…

What Type of Grass Do I Have?

How to Identify Varieties of Grass in PA

Knowing the types of grass that makes up your lawn can help you care for it properly. After all, things like water use, fertilization, mowing height and mowing frequency, as well as weed and pest control treatments may be dependent upon what type of grass is growing in your yard.

Here is a breakdown of some of the common grass types that do well in South Eastern Pennsylvania’s climate, along with other relevant information such as their respective levels of drought resistance and preferred light conditions.

Most Common DIY Lawn Care Mistakes

What NOT to Do When Caring for Your Yard

Beautiful lawns are on most every homeowner’s wish list but getting your yard in the best shape is often easier said than done. You smother your grass with love – cutting it, watering it, nursing it through grub infestations and hot spells. But like any dedicated care giver, your attentiveness could be overdoing it. To keep your yard thriving, make sure you steer clear of these lawn care mistakes:

How to Care for New Grass

Treat Your Newly-Sprouted Grass With Care

Even the most luscious lawns start somewhere. If you find joy in your yard, you know the pride you feel when your lawn is thicker and greener than the other ones on the block. When you are tending to your newly seeded and growing lawn, knowing how to care for new grass will help ensure those seedlings have the chance to thrive.

Why Lawn Care Matters On Earth Day & Every Day

Maintain Your Turf – Save the Planet!

The United States is becoming a much greener place, as turfgrass becomes more prevalent around the country as a staple of houses and parks everywhere. Its widespread presence, although considered to be a good thing, comes with many environmental considerations.

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