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Benefits of Native Plants

2017-10-05T19:09:09-05:00 By |Flowers, Garden, Ideas, Landscaping, Spring Lawn Care|

There are so many reasons to find an area for native plants in your lawn. Native plants create beautiful garden areas with less work and cost. Facts about Native plants: Help conserve water Reduce mowing, labor, fertilizer and pest management costs Provide a habitat for birds, butterflies and other wildlife Protect and enrich the soil [...]

Apply Pre-Emergent in Beds

2017-10-05T19:09:12-05:00 By |Fertilization, Flowers, Garden, Landscaping, Spring Lawn Care|

It's time to Apply Pre-Emergent in Beds The first round of pre-emergent in flower, shrub, and vegetable gardens should be applied in March or early April but not before mulch is applied first. There are, however, exceptions to that generalization when you apply pre-emergent. Each year we see the same costly pre-emergent and mulch mistakes. [...]

MARCH GARDENING TIPS

2017-10-05T19:09:12-05:00 By |Flowers, Garden, Landscaping, Leaf Removal, Spring Lawn Care|

Early spring is a great time to begin work in the garden. The weather is getting nice and preparing your yard and garden for the season is a great reason to get outside. The following March gardening tips will get your lawn and garden ready for the season: Vegetables – Now is the time to plant peas, [...]

WINTER GARDEN TIPS FOR A DELICIOUS GARDEN NEXT YEAR – Article 1

2017-10-05T19:09:12-05:00 By |Garden, Landscaping, Winter Lawn Care|

Begin Next Year’s Garden Now With mowers and hoses put away, there are still a few important chores to finish that will improve the look and health of your home and garden, just by using these winter garden tips now: Apply Fresh Mulch Mulch Asparagus with Composted Leaves Cover Strawberries after Hard Frost Plant Garlic [...]

WATER LAWN & LANDSCAPING TO PREPARE FOR WINTER

2017-10-05T19:09:12-05:00 By |Fall Lawn Care, Landscaping, Watering, Weather|

Dry Conditions in Kansas City Even with the rain last week, it was not enough to wet the soil to a necessary depth to protect your lawn and landscaping. Average October rainfall is over 3.5 inches and KC received less than an inch this year.  It is critical to water lawn & landscapes.  Unless you kept your lawn, [...]