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11/6/15: In the garden this week

The autumn colors are particularly beautiful right now, so try to get out and enjoy them this weekend. And after the unseasonably warm spell (almost too warm to do all the weeding and raking I’ve done this week), we’re due for cooler, more autumnlike weather. 666 more words


October/November Lawn "To Do" List

Feed your grass even if it looks good now. Feeding Northern lawns (like Fescue, Ryegrass and Kentucky Bluegrass) at least one more time really helps to expand root growth. 414 more words

Six Lawn Care Tips for Fall

The end of summer doesn’t mean the end of lawn care. Many homeowners think that their lawn needs less care in the fall, but just the opposite it true. 175 more words

For Homeowners

Have You Aerated Your Lawn Yet?

Have you scheduled your annual aeration? If not, now is the perfect time. The cooler air and moist soil of fall allow for optimum results.  302 more words

Lawn Care

Why Feed Your Lawn This Fall If Your Grass Looks OK?

You ask any turf expert for lawn care tips and they are going to tell you the key to a strong lawn is strong roots and the key to strong roots is to give your lawn two feedings in fall. 474 more words

September Lawn "To Do" List

All lawns need feeding. Southern lawns like (Bermuda, St. Augustine and Zoysia) should be fed once or twice this fall for a total of about four feedings a year. 619 more words

Early fall lawn care

Let’s start with non-care: Most lawn grasses are cool-season species that originated in Europe, where the climate is much cooler than ours (or at any rate, it was much cooler until very recently). 441 more words