Recent Blog Posts

Fall Fertilization

Boost your lawn’s health, reduce maintenance and be kinder to the environment by doing just one thing, fertilize, this fall. Just like all plants, lawns require maintenance. Many homeowners worry about the time and resources needed to keep their lawns healthy.  But there is one thing you can do this fall, fertilize, to improve your lawn and reduce weeds. Fall fertilization is the first step in growing a healthy lawn next year.

No-Till Gardening

Tillers seem to be that go-to tool we’ve always used for what it was made to do – break up the earth. We till to clear a plot to start a garden, turn weeds under, or just mix up the soil. But is tilling really the best way to get your soil in shape? While it might be the easiest and fastest way to start, it’s NOT the best way. No-till gardening is where it’s at. If you love your soil, ditch the tiller!

Why Aerate and Dethatch Your Lawn?

There are two commonly missed lawn-care practices that will help to create and maintain a healthy lawn: dethatching and aeration. Thatch is a build-up of plant material that can prevents water, nutrients, and air from reaching the roots. Similarly, compacted soil causes the same problems. The goal is to remove thatch and get the soil loosened up to provide the environment in which grass can thrive. Read More Why Aerate and Dethatch Your Lawn?

Garden Vegetables for Beginners

Every novice gardener dreams of bountiful harvests and plentiful produce sprouting from their land, but which tasty choices can best handle inexperienced care? Knowing the best garden vegetables for beginners can help every new gardener have great success from their very first harvest.