Is it time? What aeration and overseeding can do for your lawn

After a hot summer that featured plenty of dry spells, as well as some heavy rains, your lawn might be looking a little worse for wear. The good news is that there are two simple things you can do to restore its green, healthy look: aeration and overseeding. These two processes are fairly easily accomplished […]

Erosion Control Via Landscaping

The early summer of 2023 brought with it some of the most consistent and torrential rains that north Georgia witnessed in some time. While it’s nice that homeowners don’t have to worry about watering their lawns and gardens through this time, the rain also represents a potential problem – and not just by ruining your […]

Ensuring a Healthy and Beautiful Spring Garden

Normally, this is the time of year when you see the first hints of spring – greening grasses, tiny buds on trees and flowers, and the first hints of pollen. This year, that’s already well past us. The spring of 2023 will go down as the one that arrived perhaps earlier than any other in […]

Extreme Cold and Plants

All of us in north Georgia breathed a sigh of relief when the extreme temperatures of late December moved on – but just because those single-digit nights are gone does not mean we aren’t still feeling the effects. Doubt it? Just look outside and you’ll see plants in stress like perhaps no other time in […]

Fall is here, so make sure your lawn is ready for cooler weather

When it comes to fall – or autumn if you prefer – many of us tend to start thinking about lawn care in terms of leaf raking and blowing. But proper fall lawn care is still as much about your grass as anything else. In fact, this is the time of year that you need […]

Winter Lawn Care

No matter what type of lawn you may have, it is easy to forget about it at this time of year. With the falling temperatures and shorter days, you aren’t likely to be spending much time on your lawn. And winter means that you don’t need to give it the constant cutting and maintenance that […]

Fall Lawn Care

While it may seem hard to believe, considering the weather, fall is just around the corner – and with it comes several changes in how you should handle your lawn care. Fall in north Georgia is not exactly an abrupt change, rather it comes on slowly, as the hot weather finally begins to recede through […]

Watering Your Lawn in the Summer

As temperatures begin to skyrocket and the consistent rains of spring begin to abate, you may find yourself looking at your lawn and wondering what you can do to ensure it does not stifle and die. Make no mistake, grass, like all plants, needs water to thrive. And even those grasses that can better withstand […]

Tips for how to prepare your lawn or yard for spring

The sun is out and staying up later; the trees are in bloom; the grass is growing greener and lusher by the day. There is no doubt that spring is in the air. With that in mind, and speaking of grass, how can you assure that your lawn or yard is ready for the warmer […]