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Trees and large shrubs benefit from some summer pruning. When done for the right reasons, pruning creates healthy, vigorous plants. Summer pruning also keeps plants tidy and can allow you to provide better clearance, when necessary. Cutting back plants can also help you direct growth. However, trees and shrubs should only be pruned if you

Unlike cow manure, dog poop is NOT good for grass because it is not a fertilizer. And, contrary to popular opinion not all poop is created equal. Dogs have a high protein-based diet that creates a very acidic excrement or waste product. Far more info than you ever wanted to know about your favorite furry

We’re at the mid-season point when many homeowners relax and sort of forget about their lawns, other than mowing them. You’ve spent countless hours this past spring fertilizing, watering, and weeding. All of this can be undone by the heat in mid-summer if you’re not paying attention. Our lawn experts put together a list of

Grass is tough and can handle a lot, but even the healthiest lawn will require some TLC to help it keep up with the high-traffic summer recreation season. Follow these three tips for improved summer durability to make sure your yard bounces back quickly from whatever you throw at it — whether your activity of

Now that the temperatures have warmed, families are emerging from weather-imposed hibernation to delight once again in outdoor living. For some homeowners, however, the summer season can be fraught with embarrassment as they covet their neighbor’s lush lawn and seek help from Mother Nature (and her helpers) to fix all that ails within their own

Whether you’re new to gardening or have a green thumb, summer is the perfect season to start your own garden. Now is the time to start thinking of all the possibilities the warm weather brings! “The first step to start your summer garden is considering what plants make you happy and what types of things

It’s been a rough winter in many parts of the country, but spring is here at last, and summer is right around the corner! That means it’s time to give your lawn a bit of TLC. Although grass is highly resilient, you can help your lawn recover from winter and make sure it’s in top

Have you ever wondered when the right time to apply fertilizer to your lawn is, or whether it’s okay to cut the grass really short? To help homeowners get their spring and summer lawn care off to a great start and to celebrate National Lawn Care Month in April, the National Association of Landscape Professionals,

April is National Lawn Care Month so it is a great time to think about what your lawn and landscape do for you. Even in the age of the smartphone and T.V. show binge watching, the love affair with the American yard is not over. According to an online survey commissioned by the National Association

Spring is right around the corner – it really is! It’s time to start thinking about your spring lawn. When the birds start singing, daffodils start to bloom, and the soft, sparkling light makes the world look fresh and new, it’s time to start tending to your lawn in preparation for a season of lush