The Benefits of Watering

Your lawn needs a certain amount of water to stay healthy. Fortunately, it’s not very difficult to meet this standard – the average lawn only requires about one inch of water per week. Some homeowners believe that rainfall is sufficient… Read More »

Lawn Tips for Dog Owners

Dogs are notorious for sticking their noses where they don’t belong. It’s up to you and your lawn care professional to ensure man’s best friend can lounge around the yard free from care. Here are some tips to keep a… Read More »

Fence Line Gardening

If your house is one of the many with a perimeter fence, you have a variety of landscaping options to add interest to your landscape. Whether you’re looking to enrich the aesthetic feel of your yard or provide additional cover… Read More »

DIY vs. Professional Lawn Care

Lawn fertilization plays a major role in achieving lush, green grass.While it may seem economically beneficial to go the DIY route, there’s more science behind proper fertilization and weed control than you might think. Homes that get professional Atlanta lawn… Read More »

How to Create a Butterfly Garden

April showers bring May flowers, and May flowers bring butterflies! Georgia is home to Tiger Swallowtails, Black Swallowtails, Cloudless Sulphurs, Painted Ladies, and of course Monarch butterflies. Butterfly gardens are a popular hobby in the warmer months, and with the… Read More »

How to Achieve an Eco-Friendly Lawn

Nature left to itself is messy.  Mankind, however, loves to make order and even art from the mess. In our pursuit of a beautiful, healthy yard, we can sometimes forget that we are manipulating our natural habitat. It is important… Read More »

Should You Make the Switch to Battery-Powered Tools?

In this day and age, almost everything that runs on gas could instead run on batteries, with the exception of planes. Why should our lawn equipment be any different? The days of gas cans and rising gas prices are over… Read More »

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 »