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Winter’s Here, Is your Lawn Ready?

Well, winter is upon us. Not only does this mean it’s time to break out the long johns, it’s also time to get your lawn ready for winter. First off, make sure your lawn is relatively short. Not only does…
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Plant an Herb Garden

If you’re looking for a way to make a big impact in both your home landscape and your home kitchen, consider planting your own herb garden. There’s something very satisfying about adding the full flavors of fresh herbs you grow…
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Keeping May Flowers Blooming

“April showers bring May flowers,” says the old adage. Those “May flowers” come in all sorts of varieties and may have started blooming in April, depending on your region. They range from perennial bulbs – like daffodils, tulips and irises…
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Take Care of Your Lawn Mower

Your lawn mower is one of the most important tools for keeping your home landscape in great shape. So here are some reminders for routine mower maintenance that will help keep your mower in top running order this spring. If…
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Choosing Mower Blades

Not all lawnmower blades are created equal. That’s because different types of blades are better suited for specific mowing applications and turf types. Some lawnmower blades are also more suitable for use with collection systems like the Cyclone Rake. Here’s…
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Spring Mowing Made Easy

  Spring grass mowing season is here, and it is a good time to remember some best practices for mowing your lawn and keeping it looking great.             Proper mowing height is extremely important. The general rule of thumb is…
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Spring Seeding Dead Spots in the Yard

          Winter can be hard on your yard. Snow and cold, wet weather can create conditions for turf disease. Damage from winter traffic and, especially in urban areas, materials used to treat roads can also create…
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Southern Tree Debris

            Trees bring unbelievable beauty to the southern U.S. Pines, oaks, hickory, black walnut and other hardwoods are prominent native trees of southern forests and landscapes. And baldcypress, sycamore, willow, blackgum and many other distinctive southern trees characterize the coastal…
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