As the leaves start dropping, before the piles start growing, just keep mowing. The leaves will get blitzed into bits that will be a treat for your lawn.
Hiring a lawn service company can be a big help, but there are some things to watch out for.
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If you have clover in your grass and you see the little white flowers blooming this time of year, you might want to let them stay a while.
Whenever we seed, fertilize, water and mow, we owe a debt of gratitude to our forefathers, those who took the time to learn so much about how things grow and generously pass along what they had learned.
Now that the mowing season is in full swing, if you didn’t do it before, make sure you give your lawnmower a once-over: change the oil if you need to, and have your blade sharpened or replaced.
Autumn days may be full of falling leaves and crisp weather, but it is also a time to prep your lawn for winter.
It’s smart to get leaves off of your lawn so your grass isn’t smothered – but dragging leaves to the curb every fall and then going out to buy heavy bags of mulch and fertilizer in the spring makes no sense.
By now, lots of lawns are looking a little seedy. The good news is that fall is a great time to repair, refresh and reinvigorate your grass so that it can be healthier come spring.
There are actually laws governing pest control and other lawn services.
It may be the last thing on your mind in January, but this is a great time to give your lawn mower a once-over.
Fall is the best time to fix what’s wrong with your lawn,
Remember green grass? As this hot, dry summer drags on, your lawn and gardens are wilting.
Do you want to be the envy of your block – the guy or gal in the neighborhood that everyone talks about? Do you want to be the person with the greenest, freshest lawn?
The New Jersey State Senate will soon take up a bill that could ban the use of most pesticides in public places where children play.