Does your yard look a little empty? Dreaming of a shady spot to relax after a day of hard work? Sounds like you need to plant a tree. And there’s no better time than Arbor Day, the annual holiday where folks are encouraged to care for and plant trees. In addition to their beauty, trees […]

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Soil compaction and poor drainage frequently occur during spring due to the winter melt and rainy season. To combat these challenges, kick-start your lawn by aerating and fertilizing. Fertilizers provide essential nutrients and deter weeds and pests, so it is a great way to ensure your grass grows thick and healthy throughout the year. With […]

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Now that the snow blower is tucked away for the winter (you followed our snow blower storage advice, right?) it’s time to think about when that grass needs its first cut. You’re ready. You’ve tuned up the mower (link to a tune up post). The blade is sharp. The gas is fresh. So when is […]

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