Gardening

Lawn Winterization

Lawn Winterization

The grass plants in a home lawn are living organisms that need to be properly cared for all year round. The harsh winter months in our climate are the hardest on the grass plant, a...

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They Gotta Be Growing To Die

It takes a well-timed and careful program to keep control

Broadleaf weeds are extremely persistent pests, and no matter how vigilant we are in our efforts to eradicate them, they’ll always be back. Dandelions, plantain, clover and spurge are all common broadleaf weeds that just love to ruin…

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Why Aerate?

Have you really looked at your lawn lately and noticed it just doesn’t look very healthy? You are probably pondering about what could be going on and what could be causing this issue. If, after you have checked for insects, worms, disease, improper watering and know that your lawn…

14 Apr 4:00 PM 0 Read More...

Preparation is KEY!

 As in any project, be prepared, informed, and full of ideas is where you need to start!  Spring will be here before we know it (hopefully!) and it is time to start thinking about any outdoor projects you may want to do in 2014.  Special events such…

20 Mar 3:31 PM 0 Read More...

Crabgrass is Ready - Are You?

Crabgrass is Ready for a Comeback
Healthy Lawns Have Less of this Bothersome Weed
It’s a fact: No lawn is completely immune to crabgrass. Thankfully, there are steps that can be taken this spring – and throughout the growing season ahead – to keep it under control.

An Unfair Advantage

Just…

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For the Garden Challenged: When/What to Plant in Nebraska

I asked mom to get me a list.  No, seriously – I need a list.  What to plant?  When to plant?  It’s all greek to me.
 
I like the idea of gardening.  But every spring this quote from Steel Magnolias comes to…

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Baby it is Cold Outside!

Here are a few tips to help you through the winter……spring will be here before you know it!
Don’t ignore your lawn just because it’s cold outside. The best season to prune trees is winter because pruning promotes new growths and production of fruit.
If you failed…

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