Spring Lawn Maintenance Tips

Is your lawn starting to respond to the wake-up call of spring? If so, you can help get it ready. To do this, there are a few chores you must tackle. Use these spring lawn maintenance tips here to ensure your lawn is ready to thrive.

The Importance of Properly Mowing Your Grass this Spring

Spring is on the way. If you haven’t started to get your yard spring ready, now is the time to act. The question is – what should you do first? Mowing is typically one of the first things you should do this spring. While it may have been several months since you got out in...

The Most Common Warm-Weather Lawn Diseases

Warm weather is for long bike rides, playtime in the park, enjoying picnics with family and friends, and baseball games. It’s also the time when patch lawn diseases become more noticeable in Kansas City yards.

Tips for Getting Rid of Mushrooms in Your Lawn

Mushrooms are a pesky and uninvited garden guest. When these little heads begin to pop up in the lawn, it’s important that you confront the problem quickly. The good news is, there are a few ways you can remove the threat of mushrooms from your yard naturally and without much effort.

Tips to Get Your Lawn Ready for Spring

Sometimes it only takes a little bit of warmth and sunshine to encourage you to get outdoors, emerging from your winter hibernation. However, as you venture into your yard you may begin to notice the spring-like weather has also perked up your plants and lawn. Not only will you notice new growth budding in your...

The Benefits of Core Aeration for Your Lawn

You should think of your lawn like you do your car – as the seasons pass, there are several upkeep requirements you need to keep in mind. For your car, you’re going to get an oil change and rotate your tires. For your yard, cooler temperatures mean it is time to invest in core aeration.

How to Keep Your Lawn Healthy Until Spring

When the colder temperatures begin to move out of the area, it will be time for you to put away your snow shovels and begin thinking about various outdoor spring projects like your lawn. The cold of winter can cause your trees, shrubs, and grass to become hungry and weak, especially after they have spent...

6 Helpful Tips for Winter Lawn Care

The time has arrived once again – you must deal with snow and ice coated driveways and walkways. For most, winter is a time when they forget about – or completely neglect – their lawn. This is especially true since the lawn is typically covered in frost or snow, and the temperatures are much colder....

What to Expect When Your Warm-Season Lawn is Dormant

With the cold weather here until March or April, many people retreat in their homes, only to emerge again when things start to warm up. However, if you don’t inspect your lawn occasionally when it’s dormant, you may wind up having issues getting it to come back to life in the spring.