If you have a wet spring or summer, you might find some mushrooms growing in your lawn in Johns Creek. These magical little fungi can be a pesky eyesore up against otherwise beautiful grass.
Many homeowners in Marietta and Roswell, Georgia do their best to maintain a nice looking, healthy lawn that is at least as green as their neighbors. Everyone has their mowing schedules and their timed sprinklers set up to help with the upkeep, but what other lawn services could make a big impact on the health and beauty of your lawn?
Many homeowners in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs, Georgia do their best to maintain a nice looking, healthy lawn that is at least as green as their neighbors. Everyone has their mowing schedules and their timed sprinklers set up to help with the upkeep, but what other lawn services could make a big impact on the health and beauty of your lawn?
Depending on your personality and your lifestyle, you may have previously hired a lawn care company, thought about it, or won’t even consider it because you like doing lawn care. Whatever your previous thoughts on hiring out your lawn care service to a professional agency, we have put together the top reasons we have found that people like to hire professionals.
1. Professionals know what they are doing
2. Save time
3. Stay on Schedule
5. Better Pest Control
6. Individualized And Extensive Services
If you are getting antsy about warmer weather and green grass, you may be driving yourself crazy waiting for spring green-up in Cumming, GA. Dormant Bermudagrass will be waking up in a couple months. Right now, patience is your best bet for a good spring start. You shouldn’t do too much to it until the grass is growing and able to handle the stress of yard work.
If you haven’t already, it is important to take some time to help your lawn prepare for the coming winter to ensure a better spring next year. Winter can be pretty tough on a lawn that hasn’t been prepared, so read this quick and helpful guide to maximize your lawn’s ability to withstand the season ahead.
Summer is approaching with rapidity. With this comes lots of fun activities and time spent enjoying the great outdoors, but it also comes with some responsibilities to your lawn. Summer is typically the time that we have to devote the most time to our lawns to keep them healthy and beautifully green. With the mowing, the watering, the weed spraying, and more, it would be a shame to lose your lawn to one of the many lawn nuisances that cause trouble in the summer. Here is a quick list of potential nuisances that you can watch out for to keep your lawn healthy and happy this summer!
When deer decide that your yard in John's Creek has some tasty treats available they will keep coming back until there is nothing left. Because this can be such a big problem for people that are trying to grow some beautiful fruit trees that produce lots of fruit, we decided to give you more than one blog post describing ways to keep deer away from your little trees. Visit the first part of this blog series if you have not already for more ways to deter deer from eating up all your plants and trees.
Congratulations on being proactive and refreshing your knowledge of common summer lawn diseases in Cumming, GA with those of us here at Greenfeet Lawn Care! Prevention is the best treatment, but that is not always enough. Knowing the signs and symptoms of these common lawn afflictions can help you waste precious time when treating a diseased lawn. In part one, we covered dollar spot and summer patch. Check out the information below regarding a few more diseases you may see in your own lawn!
There are a lot of things that can go wrong with your lawn, so it is best to read up on potential problems so you are prepared. Many lawn and garden enthusiasts are familiar with the common summer lawn diseases that may infect their lawn, but it always a good thing to refresh that knowledge as we look forward into another summer of another year here in John's Creek, GA. Knowing what to look for and the signs of particular diseases can help you catch a disease early on and keep it from destroying your entire lawn!