It’s spring! And we all know that means: it’s time to bust out the lawnmower. Cutting the grass is an essential part of lawn care, and there are a surprising number of things to think about. Your grass is the biggest part of your lawn and the most basic element of your lawn care program. […]
Remember your crabgrass invasion from last year? Here’s why crabgrass is so hard to get rid of.
Insects are bothersome and destruction. With these easy tips, you can protect your lawn from unwanted pests.
Spring is the perfect time for decluttering and redesigning your backyard for the upcoming summer!
Being in the heart of winter, Massachusetts lawn care is often put to the side. But now is the perfect time for tree trimming. Here’s why.
The mission for a healthy, green, lush lawn is one of almost every homeowner. Sitting outdoors in the yard, playing games, and running through the grass is never enjoyable on dry, crunchy, bare lawns. Thus, once the weeding, feeding, and seeding of your Massachusetts lawn care routine are complete, it’s time to consider the addition […]
Ground ivy is one of the most common and difficult to control weeds that homeowners deal with all over the country, including in Massachusetts. This aggressive, low-growing perennial prefers shady and moist areas. It establishes roots wherever the leaf attaches to the stem, making it difficult, if not impossible, to remove by hand. Also known […]
Don’t think that you can ignore your lawn now that the grass is growing slower and the weather is getting colder! Stopping now is a mistake that many people make in regards to their Massachusetts lawn care needs. But proper lawn care in the fall is one of the most important things you can do […]
Many southeastern Massachusetts communities have received a designation of “high risk” for exposure to the Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus. Several more have received a moderate risk designation. If you are living in Massachusetts, this is a mosquito control issue you can’t ignore. What is Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus? The Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus (EEEV) spreads […]
Did You Know that July is National Picnic Month? Nothing beats a summer picnic with friends and family. After a slew of cold and rainy months that keep us inside, the beautiful and sunny month of July is a great time to be outside with friends and family, eating watermelon and chicken salad sandwiches, followed […]