With the first freeze of the year fast approaching, it’s time to begin to prepare for next season. Once your plants are removed from the garden and the area has cleared of debris, apply a couple inches of EKO or Nature’s Yield Compost and turn it in to your existing...read more
When the final harvest of the year is complete, and the plants are pulled out of the garden it’s a good time to think about your successes and maybe some things you wish you had done differently. It’s also a great time order seed catalogues, which have long been the...read more
As the leaves fall with the cooler temperatures, resist the temptation to get out and rake them up. Fall leaves are not only beautiful, but useful as well. Let them remain on your lawn and (with a mulching mower) simply grind them up as you mow the lawn this fall. The...read more
It’s that time of the year again when our attention to growing plants shifts from outside to indoors. Some people are intimidated by growing houseplants, but don’t be. Whether you have a brightly lit sunroom or a low-light bedroom, with many colors and textures, there...read more
Now is the time to give cool season lawns the best boost of the year Autumn, with crisp morning air and warm days, is one of the best times to get the lawn in shape for winter and next year. A little help now will make stressed and weakened lawns recover from heat and...read more
One of the best things you can do for the health of your lawn is a core-aeration, and fall is an excellent season to do it. Aeration opens the soil to enable better penetration of water and fertilizer, and it also reduces compaction and allows the root system to...read more
As the saying goes “Fall is for planting,” that is a true statement not only for trees, shrubs, perennials etc. It is also a great time to plant grass seed. Whether you need to patch a few bare spots, thicken up your existing turf or start a brand-new lawn, September...read more
You have no doubt heard the phrase “Fall fertilization is the most important one of the year,” well, it’s true, and here’s why; From the hot days of summer, to the coldest day in February, your lawn is constantly evolving. As the weather cools and daylight decreases...read more
Fertilization has a significant effect for all types of lawn, and applying it rationally improves composition, i.e. decreases the proportion of non-valuable species and increases the percentage of valuable grasses. Types of lawn fertilizer Specialists recommend a slow...read more
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