6 Results for tag: Fall Landscaping

Don’t Know How to Get Rid of your Fall Leaves? Try Cold Compost!

By Tracy S. Morris Every fall the leaves on trees turn spectacular shades of red, yellow and brown. While these leaves look picturesque on trees, they soon turn crispy brown and drop to the ground. Once the leaves have fallen from their trees, homeowners have a messy lawn on their hands. For many homeowners, maintaining a ... 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 ... 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 ... 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 ... 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 ... More

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 ... More