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

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

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3 Must-Know Landscape Tips for New Andover Homeowners

As a new Andover homeowner, you're likely very proud of your new home, lawn and surrounding landscape. After all, Andover is a beautiful town that prides itself on its appearance, which is why you bought here in the first place. Whether you take care of your own lawn or you hire a professional to handle the details, there are some must-know ... More

How to Give Your Home Curb Appeal

How to Give Your Home Curb Appeal

Adding curb appeal to your home doesn't mean you have to make big changes. Simple fixes and spruces can really increase the value and look of your Andover home. Not only are you adding to the curb appeal of your own home, you're adding to the appeal of the whole neighborhood. This looks great especially if you're planning on selling anytime ... More

Planning for Spring Lawncare What You can be Doing Now

Planning for Spring Lawncare: What You Can Be Doing Now

It may not exactly feel like it right now, but spring is on its way and you need to start planning what to do with your lawn. Having a plan in place as you move into the warmer months will make it easier to manage your Andover lawncare. Check out these tips to get going on as winter loosens its grip on New England. Start Raking Even though ... More

The Proper Way To Shovel Snow

The first snow is always so beautiful in New England. It drapes off the trees, coating everything in a blanket of soft white. That's what we all think for the FIRST snow fall. By the second, third and more snow storms, we're just aggravated we have to shovel, snow blow, etc. Not only is it an aggravation for many, it's also a chance to throw ... More

Winter Lawn Care How to Prepare Your Landscape for the Winter Months

Winter Lawn Care: How to Prepare Your Landscape for the Winter Months

OK, this is it folks: your last chance to prep your yard for the harsh reality of winter. In no time, the frigid temps and snow will be here and you had better have prepared your landscape to take the hit. If not, you'll have a lot more work to do when things thaw out in spring. Be prepared to prune, plant and mulch before you get frozen out ... More

What to Plant in the Fall

If you're a casual gardener, you may assume spring is your garden's big season. That's still true, but there are many fruits and veggies you can plant when the cool weather takes over. From broccoli and Brussels sprouts to carrots and cabbage, get ready to dig, prepare and plan for next spring's harvest. Why Autumn? First off, why fall? The ... More

Tips To Prevent Crabgrass For Next Season

If you were plagued this season by crabgrass, you know how unsightly it can be and probably don't want it to stick around. You can do things now to prevent it from cropping up again next season. But first, what's crabgrass? This is a quick-growing type of thick grass or persistent weed that can rear its ugly head even in the nicest of ... More

Lawn Care After a Summer Drought

Lawn Care After a Summer Drought

A drought is defined as a period of unusually dry weather that causes problems such as crop damage and water supply shortages. Live Science says of all the weather-related patterns that bring on severe economic impacts throughout the country, droughts are second only to hurricanes. Here in the Merrimack Valley, we are currently experiencing ... More