Our Lawn Care Blog
Like many things in life, there’s far more to lawn care than meets the eye. Check out our blog to learn how to better take care of your grass!
Since Labor Day weekend has come and gone, and fall is well on its way, it may be time to utilize these two revitalizing services to boost the health of your lawn and soil. Aeration and overseeding tend to happen in two main seasons: spring and autumn.
Creating compost at home using your own recycled materials creates a material that is a nutrient-rich addition to any lawn or garden.
February being the shortest month means there’s only a little bit more of winter to weather. Now’s the time to start thinking about what your spring lawn care plan should be. What you do in spring will set the stage for your lawn’s health all year.
It’s summertime here in New Jersey, and that means sunshine, golfing, fishing, hiking, and outdoor barbeques. This year more than ever, people will be staying home and enjoying their backyards. Why allow pests or insects to destroy the lawn you’ve worked so hard to obtain these last few months?
When your lawn is looking less than stellar, your first reaction may be to apply fertilizer. However, without knowing the exact health and composition of your soil, you could actually be damaging your lawn and wasting your hard-earned money. So how do you determine what your lawn needs?
The next time you are sitting around the campfire telling ghost stories and eating s’mores, be on the lookout for these hair-raising spiders. We’re not talking about the ones that come in your Halloween decor. Here in New Jersey, we have tons of spiders.
New Jersey may be at the southern end of maple sugaring country, but that doesn’t mean we are short on maple trees. There are several parks in the state that conduct maple sugaring demonstrations for schools and other educational purposes. Maples aren’t just good for their maple syrup.
The ongoing pandemic makes this winter feel longer than usual, and the cold gray weather doesn’t help. Do you miss the greenery of your lawn in summer? Consider adopting a houseplant! They also brighten your space while you wait for the return of spring.
April in the Garden State is the ideal time to overseed a lawn. The grass is waking up from winter dormancy and sending nutrients from its root system to the grass blades.
Trees are an essential part of our ecosystem, creating the necessary oxygen that we breathe. They provide shade, create sound barriers and offer shelter to various wildlife, birds, and insects.