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June 10, 2016

Here in the far off year of 2016, we have finally reached the next step in lawn mowing, the robotic lawnmower. While this may seem like a fantasy or even a joke, this jump in technology represents a new way…

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May 27, 2016

Working out in the yard as part of your Atlanta lawn care, or tending to your garden can be an enjoyable past time. That is, until you have a run in with the dreaded poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac. Learning…

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May 12, 2016

Maintaining your ornamental trees and shrubs is an important part of your Altanta lawn care. Have you ever noticed your plants are thriving beautifully and then all of the sudden they take a turn for the worse? Ornamental trees and…

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April 27, 2016

Dandelions are broadleaf perennial weeds that are probably very familiar to you. They often appear sporadically over your entire lawn thanks to their ability to spread by both root and seed. Dandelions appear in the spring and fall, first as…

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April 14, 2016

With the beauty of the Master’s azaleas fresh in mind, perhaps you’re craving some gorgeous blooms in your own yard. Azaleas are flowering shrubs that provide a great option for bringing some color to your landscape. Once established, they thrive…

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March 30, 2016

Nothing tastes quite as good as vegetables picked fresh from your own garden. Even if your yard space is limited, you can still partake in the rewarding experience of growing your own vegetables. Most can even be grown in containers….

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March 16, 2016

Many of us experience a love-hate relationship when it comes to maintaining our yards during the growing season. While we’re eager to get back outdoors and enjoy the warmer weather, the upkeep can be very time consuming. But with the…

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March 2, 2016

As spring approaches, the battle against weeds escalates. Many homeowners identify weeds as the biggest headache of Atlanta lawn care. Of course, Atlanta is not alone. Weeds are an issue anywhere you go. They’re especially notorious for emerging around paved…

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February 18, 2016

Growing grass in shady areas can be a major headache for many homeowners. Shaded lawns often become riddled with bare spots and brown patches. While there’s no overnight fix for these eyesores, there is hope for growing a lush, green,…

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February 3, 2016

Crepe myrtles are popular in the Atlanta area. Late winter is a good time to prune your crepe myrtles since the branches are bare and you’re not compromising new growth. In fact, pruning crepe myrtles now can help encourage new…

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