Our Helpful Lawn Care Blog
Wondering how you can help keep your soil and grass healthy and thriving? Read our blogs to learn a few of the tips, tricks, and DIY hacks that we have learned over the years that can help you take better care of your lawn.
As Tommy mentioned on a recent radio show, anyone can have stripes on the lawn. The stripes you see are caused by light reflecting off the blades of grass. The grass has not been cut at a different height. It’s not a difference in the type of grass.
Have you seen the “Crape Murder” happening across the Triad? It happens every spring! People believe that they are properly pruning their plants but instead, they are not only making them unsightly, but they are also harming them!
It really depends on what your expectations are for mowing, appearance, color, etc. If you are hoping it will be part of your lawn and you will be maintaining it as such, I would recommend a mixture of Tall Fescue or Bluegrass.
Aeration and Fall Seeding are necessary to repair the wear and tear that summer fun inflicted on your lawn. Now is the best time to rejuvenate your turf for a lawn you can love and enjoy next spring.
Winter finally arrived in the Piedmont Triad, leaving our lawns covered in a blanket of snow, sleet, and a little freezing rain. The effects of snow on your lawn are usually not a problem. However, as that snow thaws, a fungal disease called Snow Mold can occur.
To Water or, Not To Water – that is the question. Learn all about the best watering practices for your NC lawn.