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We’ve arrived at the time of year when warm-season grasses can really shine. Two of these grasses are common in our region. Bermuda is known for its resilience, standing up to heavy traffic and dry conditions, but requires a lot…

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You work hard to keep your lawn lush and thriving. Summer is a great time to get outside and enjoy the results of your (and your lawn care company’s) labor with some quality family time (when it’s not too hot)….

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Continuing our recent series about summer lawn care, this post explores one of the most important fundamentals, watering, in the context of our region’s high temperatures. The real basics of Atlanta-area lawn care are true regardless of the season, but…

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Summer is the season when your lawn should be at its best – thick, lush, healthy, and beautifully green. But as homeowners know well, grass doesn’t thrive on its own.  It takes work – the right kind of care at the…

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We work hard all year long to keep our lawns healthy and attractive. One of the main reasons is so our families and friends can spend time outdoors enjoying themselves. Unfortunately, we’re not the only ones that think summer is…

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People hire a lawn care company like Arbor-Nomics to keep their yards looking their best, but most of us also want to use them – to get outside and enjoy their beauty up close. If you’re looking for ways to keep your kids outdoors…

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Spring always has a few weather surprises in store for us, and this year has featured more abrupt changes of direction than most. Your preparations for a new growing season might have already been underway when cold conditions suddenly returned….

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As a lawn service company, we at Arbor-Nomics are proud of the role we play in keeping your yard beautiful. But we know that grass isn’t the only element of your landscape that can be harmed by harsh winter conditions. Now’s…

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No one can pinpoint the moment when spring begins, so we’ve come up with various formal calendar entries and informal rules of thumb to go by. Many experts in Georgia name March 1st as, if not the start of spring in…

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As rising temperatures foreshadow the return of spring, dormant grass begins to awaken and we start to look forward to spending more time outside, both relaxing and tending to our yards. Unfortunately, just as the plants you’ve chosen and cultivated…

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