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Lawn Care

Guide to Lawn Care: Grass Planting and Maintenance

Tweet How To Have A Healthy Lawn: the yard is a family oasis and entertainment spot for the whole family. Benefits Of A Healthy Lawn A healthy lawn is vital.

Yard and Garden

7 Spring Cleaning Safety Tips

Tweet After a long winter’s break you’re probably ready to get outside. Before you start your work, consider the following spring cleaning safety tips that can keep you and others

Garden Plants

Growing Tomatoes: Tips and Tricks

Tweet The prized tomato, often referred as a fruit, gets planted later with far northern gardens getting this nightshade favorite by the first of June. Tomatoes are rich in nutrients

Landscaping

How to Care For a Newly Planted Tree

Tweet That’s a task that won’t ever be completed as trees need regular maintenance including pruning and watering. Cooperative Extension Service Your nursery and your state’s cooperative extension service are

Yard and Garden

Fall Overseeding and Your Patchy Lawn

Your lawn has survived the summer beat down, but it is now patchy, worn and a bit pathetic. Fall is the ideal time to aerate and overseed your lawn, a twin effort that can yield extraordinary results.

Yard and Garden

You Can Prep Your Lawn For Spring

As winter begins to wind down, your thoughts may turn to your lawn which has been lying dormant for the past several months. Before you know it, your grass will begin to assume that unmistakeable green tint, signaling that spring has arrived.

Landscaping

Should You Power Rake Your Lawn?

Tweet Cooler weather means your lawn may be ready to be power raked. As you finish raking your leaves this fall, you’ll be left with a lawn that will soon

News Releases

End of Season Garden Bargains for New Homeowners

Tweet Save money on yard and garden purchases. If you’ve moved into a new home since Labor Day, you may find yourself with a challenge: how to handle seasonal lawn

Yard and Garden

Garden Center Overview 101

Tweet Trips to the garden center are a spring rite of passage, as winter-weary homeowners seek to throw off months of relative solitude to buy flowers and plants in a