Composting in Three Easy Steps

One of the most crucial aspects of successful garden growth is the condition of the topsoil. No amount of watering, pruning, or aerating will be as effective as composting. Laying compost is hard work, but the reward is… Read More »

How to Prep Your Spring Garden

In the bleak midwinter it can be hard to imagine the flourish of a spring garden, but those with a green thumb will tell you that there is no time to prepare like the present! Lawn treatment never hurts and… Read More »

Top 5 Benefits of Houseplants

Are you over the snow and cold and just itching for spring to arrive? Why not add some life to your home with some new houseplants? Indoor plants not only bring beauty to your home, they can also offer several… Read More »

Warm vs. Cool Season Grass

You’ve probably heard types of grass described as “warm season” and “cool season,” but maybe you’re not exactly sure what those terms mean and how they might impact your Atlanta lawn care routine. In these tables we’ve identified some grasses… Read More »

How to Properly Cover Trees and Shrubs

If you have warm season turf, you probably already retired the mower for the season. That means it’s time to start thinking about the other side of your Atlanta lawn care regimen, namely caring for your ornamental trees and shrubs… Read More »

Add Beauty to Your Winter Landscape Now

When we think about autumn we think about leaves changing and falling and plants going into dormancy. But did you know that Fall has distinct planting benefits? The combination of warm soil and cool air stimulates root growth to help… Read More »

Five Tips for Aeration and Overseeding Aftercare

Summer has come to a close, and it’s time to aerate and overseed cool season turf, like Fescue, in order to fill in the spots on your lawn that couldn’t take the summer heat. We’ll happily handle the aerating and Read More »

Six Late Summer Lawn Care and Garden Tips

With summer winding down, it’s time to start prepping your lawn for the cooler months. Even if you have warm-season grass that goes dormant in the cold weather, there are still tasks you can do beyond your lawn treatment to… Read More »

6 Pests That Can Ruin Your Lawn and How to Regain the Upper Hand

Bugs and funguses can be a problem any time of year, but they really thrive in the heat and humidity of summer. Many of them want to make your lawn their feeding and breeding grounds. Unfortunately, if their numbers get… Read More »

Top Tips for Cool Season Vegetable Gardening

With the intense summer heat, it’s hard to believe it’s already time to start talking about fall and winter.  August is the month to think about planting your vegetable garden. Cool-season vegetable gardening isn’t rocket science, but there are some… Read More »