Three Expert Steps To Assess Your Spring Landscape

It’s that time of year again for beautiful colors, blossoms, cool breezes, and sunny afternoons at the park. Yes, Spring is finally approaching. But before Spring gets underway it’s important to assess your landscape for the season to ensure your lawn is healthy and handsome. We here at T&B Lawncare have some expert steps you can take ... More

Prepping Your Yard For Spring In New England

Winter is almost over and Spring is just around the corner. You may notice as the weather warms up that your lawn is a bit perkier. Don’t let this time get away without properly preparing your lawn for a sunny spring. Here are some things you can do to promote a healthy lawn in New England this spring. Rake Dead Leaves It’s time to ... More

The Dangers of Snow Shoveling

The Dangers Of Snow Shoveling

It’s the morning after a snow blizzard and your driveway has been pummeled with snow. The snow is fresh and hasn’t iced over yet, so it’s the perfect time to shovel it off of your driveway so you can get to work right? Not so fast. Before you take to the snow, you should take some precautions. There are some hidden dangers involved with ... More

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Preparing For The Next Major Snowstorm

Now that we have successfully faced and handled our first major snowstorm of the new year -- a whopper that dumped more than a foot of the white stuff in the Merrimack Valley -- we can rest easy, right? No way. There are bound to be at least a few more storms this winter and it's time to get prepared. Perhaps you were thrown off by this last ... More

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10 Plants For A Pop Of Winter Color

Most avid gardeners dread the winter because it's not as fun as the spring, summer and fall in terms of involvement in their crops. They also hate to see a dormant landscape out their window during the cold months in New England. But winter isn't all doom and gloom for your garden. In fact, there are ways you can ensure a pop of color for ... More

Why You Should Winterize Your Sprinkler System This Fall

Fall is in full swing, with winter right around the corner. You likely have stopped using your sprinkler system long before now, but do you just leave it that way? Do you really need to go through the process of winterizing? The answer is yes! It's not too late to do this, although it's preferable to do it by early November to avoid those ... More

Fall Landscaping Preparation

  From irrigation blowouts to a final mowing, there is a lot that has to be done to prepare your lawn for the onslaught of winter. Now is a perfect time to tackle these fall landscape chores so you can ensure a successful lawn come spring. Blow out the Irrigation System You can take chances with other aspects of lawn care but not ... More

How To Weed Your Garden Like A Pro

Unless you're a green thumb who enjoys spending hours in the garden, you likely approach weeding with disdain. However, weeding is one of the most important tasks you can do for your garden in terms of maintenance. This is a critical control method for all manner of crops, from small to large. Remove those pesky weeds because they can steal ... More

How Your Landscape Can Help You Sell Your Home

Curb appeal plays a big part in how potential buyers view your property. A neglected landscape can detract from your value and cause buyers to just keep on driving rather than get excited to come in and see your home. According to HGTV, an attractive and well-maintained landscape can add as much as 10% to the value of your home. A good rule ... More

7 Mowing Tips for a Healthy Lawn

Achieving a healthy lawn doesn't just happen. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication -- but it CAN be done. Believe it or not, a big part of keeping your lawn looking lush is how you mow it. When you mow the right way, you groom turf that's healthy, more tolerant of droughts and thick enough to keep weeds at bay, says DIY Network. If you ... More