What is That Residue on My Lawn? After Winter Lawn Care
Now that the snow is finally melting and we can see some evidence of grass again, it’s important to assess your lawn for any problems. Michigan experienced a long, brutal winter this year, and your landscape has likely been through some trauma as well, with the sub-zero temperatures and the regular exposure to chemicals from […]
Are Cold Winters Actually Better for Seasonal Flowers and Plants?
“Poor man’s fertilizer” – this is what people used to call a heavy layer of winter snow, and particularly a late spring snow. You may be concerned that the bitter cold and heavy snows of this winter have killed your perennials, but in fact, we may have a vigorous blooming of bulb flowers and perennials […]
Will My Lawn Come Back after the Snow and the Salt of Winter?
It is certainly a question landscapers and snow removal companies deal with as the winter months start to set in…will the snow plow ruin my lawn. As a company that deals with both the landscaping (warmer months) and plowing (colder months), we will give you the synopsis of what to expect! The dirty truth about […]
Finding a Better Solution for Green Waste in Landscaping
When you hire a lawn service in Grand Rapids, MI, you are able to put out of your mind a number of things such as maintaining your lawn equipment, purchasing topsoil, fertilizer, and mulch, and disposing yard waste. Your lawn service does all of this for you. But have you ever wondered what your yard […]
What Snow Plow Operators Wish People Understood About Snow Plowing
Snow plowing looks simple, right? Big truck, bunch of snow, zooom zooom, all clear, done. While it may look like a breeze from a distance, it’s actually something of an art, especially during challenging weather. Snow often changes as it’s falling, making the conditions of the roads subject to change as well. Wind can alter […]
How to Recognize Common Lawn Weeds
If you live in a neighborhood of both treated and untreated lawns, it’s easy to see the difference between professional and amateur lawn care. If you choose to do nothing to your front lawn, plants will most certainly grow there, but they may not be the ones you prefer. Here are a few of the […]