Posts Tagged ‘mowing’

Unhealthy Lawn.
While there are a wide variety of reasons why your lawn’s appearance is less than spectacular, there are some basic underlying issues that are a common thread, whether it be a quick or slow demise of the home lawn. Regardless of how the damage occurred, the result will be the same - lost turf will...Read More
Lawn mower on lush green grass on a summer day under a blue sky.
How we mow and when we mow is far more important to your lawn’s health than you may realize. Cool Soil: Think of your lawn as a little forest. The denser the tree canopy, the more shade is provided below. The same theory goes for your lawn. The higher the mowing height, the more shade below, and...Read More
Crabgrass
Although the title of this blog post may make you think of a horror film, crabgrass does in fact have wicked tendencies! It is an opportunistic plant that will seek to take a foothold in any lawn, and once established, requires deliberate and consistent counter measures to reduce or remove from your...Read More

An Early Spring?

An early spring offers fantastic opportunities for outdoor projects including spring clean ups, repairs, garden work and my favorite: lawn prep. With most New England areas having very little remaining snow, the prospect of getting outside soon seems more realistic each and every day, despite it being...Read More
Correct mowing is the absolute most critical factor when it comes to high summer temperatures and not adding stress already present due to heat and reduced rainfall.  One low cut below 2” can nearly instantly brown-out a lawn within hours.  The lower the cut, the more damage is done as the cut lets...Read More
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