Lawn Care Tips

It's important to treat your lawn for broadleaf weeds in the spring.  Be sure to also feed your lawn with a turf builder that promotes growth.  Spring is a great time of year to seed as well to repair bare spots in your lawn.

Of course, water!  Spring brings the luxury of Mother Nature doing that for us for free.  By mowing higher and feeding your lawn, you'll actually be able to water less and still have great looking grass!  This applies not only to your lawn, but your trees as well.  We want to make sure we do everything we can as residents to keep our trees alive and not pay to replace them out of homeowner's dues.

In the fall, don't forget to cut down your decorative grasses as well.  Doing so helps prevent dead pieces from blowing around all winter and spreading into your neighbor's property.