Water, obviously, is essential to keeping your lawn healthy. However it’s not enough to just run the hose for a few minutes a week. A few factors are important for watering your lawn: Timing, the amount of water used, and grass type. Here are some tips to make sure that you keep your lawn healthy
If you’re going to mow your own lawn, or your yard is small enough to manage by yourself, then you might end up mowing your own lawn. Lots of people think that mowing is as simple as starting up the lawn mower and going. It’s actually not that simple. Here are some tips to make
Now that the 4th of July has come and gone, here are some tips for maintaining your lawn throughout the middle of the Summer. Midsummer can be brutal on your lawn, with dry spells and serious heat. Check out some tips below to help your lawn beat the heat: Water Your Lawn Correctly! In order
Early Summer – Mow Tall In the beginning of the Summer you want to always mow high. Taller grass grows deeper roots, and having deeper roots prepares your grass for a tough summer ahead. Also, tall grass helps to shade the soil, meaning cooler soil which needs to be watered less. So wait a few
Every landscape has a specific set of needs. For some, mulching is the priority and for others it’s backyard seeding, pruning and yard edging. Each of these tasks requires a certain skill set and perhaps even a large enough team. Paradise Lawn & Landscape, your local landscapers in Washington has written this short article so you can make
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