Now is the perfect time of year to plan ahead. The temperatures aren’t quite warm enough for the lawn to start coming out of winter dormancy, but spring is closer than we think. Before the grass starts waking up and the trees start budding up, it’s a good idea to get prepared. By planning ahead with your spring lawn care, you give your lawn a better chance at staying healthy all year long. Here are a few tips to prepare for spring lawn care.
Here in New Jersey, our lawns are not immune to winter lawn damage. The winters here can be tortuous for our grass. When the snow finally melts in the spring, you may be looking at severe lawn damage. Winter kill in New Jersey is caused by a number of different factors. Here are a few of the most common forms of winter lawn damage here in New Jersey.
Is your lawn plagued by weeds, pests, and diseases year after year? Lawn care is a tricky science and can be tough to get right. If you’re wondering how to keep your grass green in 2020, then these three lawn care tips from the experts at Harvest Lawn Care are all you need to get started.
This year, give someone you love the gift of a green, healthy lawn all year long. A comprehensive lawn care program from Harvest Lawn Care is the perfect holiday gift for someone who just wants to enjoy their yard all year. It works for someone who doesn’t have the time to give their lawn the care it deserves. It may even be the perfect gift for you. Make the holidays green this year by giving the gift of comprehensive lawn care from Harvest Lawn Care.
Fall is a very active time for pests like ants, spiders, roaches, centipedes, and other creepy crawlies. As the temperatures begin to drop, pests start looking for a warm place to overwinter, your home is the perfect winter home for them. The key to fall pest prevention is making your home as inhospitable and inaccessible to these pests as possible. Here are a few fall pest prevention tips to keep your home pest-free this winter.
How well do you know your state symbols? In New Jersey, we are blessed with a variety of plants and animals that call our state home but only a select view are special enough to be considered our state symbols. Many of these symbols pay tribute to the historic significance these plants and animals had in the early colonial days of our country, while others represent diverse and abundant wildlife found in our state.