Today is the first day of Fall and with the change of seasons comes adjustments to our warm season lawn management program.
It is never a pleasant experience to walk outside your home in the morning and having the awful smell of a skunk hit you in the face! Adding insult to injury is finding holes in your yard that they dug while you were peacefully sleeping.
This week will not be a normal blog post just an update. As you can imagine, with a DIY landscaping project of this size it has been a long week around here. Fortunately, we have made a lot of progress as you can see in our progress pictures below.
Summer made it’s way to the South and with the change of seasons comes adjustments to our lawn management program.
In our last article, Picking and Caring For The Best Type of Lawn in The South we talked about the characteristics and management of Bermudagrass. So if you haven’t read it here are a few highlights.
Once Bermuda grass is established it is easy to care for. Because it is disease resistant and drought, heat, and traffic tolerant.
During the spring months, it is essential for you to provide Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium for green, healthy turf. So we recommend that you get your soil tested to determine your lawn nutrient levels.
If you are unsure how to do this jump over and check out the information in our recent blog The Importance of Gaining the Right pH Level for Growing a Beautiful Lawn.
Keeping a nice lawn and landscaping is all part of owning your own home. If you have hired anyone to do these services for you I’m sure you found out they are not cheap.
So, you’re thinking about doing your first DIY furniture Chalk Painting Project but you’re not certain which paint to pick; I get it.
Well as we said in our last blog post The Importance of Gaining the Right pH for Growing a Beautiful Lawn Spring has sprung here in the South and we are in the full swing of preparing our lawns for the warm summer season ahead. I am sure wherever you are you are probably doing the same.
Spring has sprung here in the South and we are preparing our turf lawns for the Summer ahead. If you have already been into your local home improvement store in search for the right fertilizers, weed killers, and insect control without first testing your soil nutrients and pH level you’re making a big mistake.
If you have an artificial tree and you are struggling to make it look real, I have one simple trick that will completely transform your tree fast.
We had a love hate relationship with our artificial tree for years, but our desire to have a pre-lit, hassle free tree while our children were young was at the top of our list. Even though it never quite looked as good as the real deal, we were willing to live with it because of the convenience.