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Achieving and maintaining a lush, healthy lawn takes much more than just applying fertilizer and removing weeds. In this article, we will provide you with a comprehensive guide that breaks down an array of best practices and tips that you can adopt to optimize your lawn care program. By following these guidelines, you are sure to achieve a lawn that is a source of pride!
A common question posed by our clients is how frequently they should be watering their Virginia lawns, and how much water to actually use. We strive to provide solutions that are both environmentally and economically considerate. In this blog, we'll discuss our Irrigation and Water Management recommendations.
Aeration and overseeding can not only revive your lawn but it can keep it healthy for the entire season if done right. Learn all the benefits aerating your lawn has to offer.
Lawn diseases can take over your grass and leave you with a yard that is damaged and unhealthy. Learn about the different types of diseases and how to fight them off.
Mosquitos can ruin a nice summer night very quickly with their annoying bites. Learn more about where mosquitos come from and how to get rid of them so you can go back to enjoying an evening without these pests.
There are many hidden benefits that your lawn can gain from adding lime to it. Learn from our expert lawn care technicians to decide if your yard is in need of lime treatments.
There are many different types of grass that can flourish in Virginia. Learn the different grass types and the seasons in which you can expect the best results.
There are many plants that can are actually dangerous in Virginia. Learn more about the types to watch out for so you can have a yard that thrives in safe conditions.
Virginia is home to many beautiful trees that can not only keep your property shaded but give you the privacy and beauty that your home thrives in. Learn about 5 trees that are common in Virginia.