Winter is coming, and while holiday parties, gifts, and dinners are likely on your mind, you should also be paying attention to your yard. Fall is a great time to prepare your lawn for the wintertime to ensure a healthy yard come spring. Here are a few steps you can take to be sure you’re ready
Mowing regularly in the fall can help keep fallen leaves from smothering your lawn and ensures your grass is at a healthy length for the winter months.
Aerating and overseeding your lawn now sets you up for success. You will see best results if you aerate while your grass is still green.
Lay Down Mulch
Protect your bushes and trees by laying down fresh mulch before the colder weather sneaks in.
Fertilizing your yard in the fall strengthens the roots of your lawn, giving your yard a better chance of surviving the winter and thriving in the spring.
Weed and trim
Weed control on your yard now fights against perennial weeds such as dandelions and thistles more effectively than summer treatments. Stay on top of weed control, pull weeds in your flower beds, and trim back dormant species.
If you've never heard of Geocaching, it can best be described as an international, outdoor treasure hunt and anyone can participate! During the pandemic, it's difficult to find fun activities that don't involve groups but are still engaging.…
In the Winter we start to miss growing things--the little green, happy sprigs of new life shooting through the dark soil! There’s no reason you can’t enjoy that all Winter long.
We’ve been taught since grade school how to reuse,…