Category Archives for "Lawn Care"

When To Apply Lime To Lawn?

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. I can tell you that I refuse to believe in that saying. Why is that so? Well, this year I had a lot of things on my mind and liming the lawn was not one of them.

  • Don’t let your neighbors think you are a weirdo when you are drinking your first cup of coffee on your porch and staring at their lawn. Why wouldn’t we enjoy our coffee with a beautiful sight over dew covered grass and flowers in our yard? We just need to learn when to apply lime to lawn!

How To Kill Dallisgrass: 5 Easy & Affordable Methods

Dallisgrass is an unattractive grass species that is native to South America. Over the last two centuries it has made its way to North America and plagues gardens all over southern states of the US.

Understanding how to kill Dallisgrass start off with knowing how it spreads and why it seems so difficult to eradicate. However, this is actually a very easy weed to get rid of; you simply need to understand the timing and growing pattern.

When to Mow New Grass and How to Maintain It

Are you new to the art of gardening? Don’t know what to do after planting some new grass seeds for your garden? Then read on and fret no more! I am here to help you, my fellow aspiring gardener, know when to mow new grass so you can keep your lawn in beautiful shape.

We often make the rookie mistake of mowing grass as soon as we see that it has become too long or unsightly, but it’s actually more than that. These helpful tips will let you know if you should already do so.

How To Kill Monkey Grass Effectively?

​​What Is Monkey Grass?

Is Monkey grass attacking your precious lawn and garden while it hinders other plants from thriving? Interestingly, Monkey grass is not really grass, though its name suggests just this. Monkey grass belongs to the lily family. It is a low maintenance plant and pretty much grows in sun and shade throughout the year in any climate.

When to Apply Grubex and Obtain the Best Results

Seeing dead spots on your lawn can be quite frustrating and can have varying causes. Grubs or beetle larvae can wreak havoc in your lawn without being detected, as they can make a home in your grass.

These lawn pests feed on grass roots while they develop. They live underground until they reach maturity, in which they develop into moths or beetles.