WANT TO COMPOST? PART 3
January can be a slow month for those of us who love to get outside and dig in the dirt, but as we've discussed in our last few blogs, you can invest in the future of your yard even in the depths of winter. Your yard will need rich soil to continue to improve when the weather gets warmer, and composting is the perfect way to obtain lovely, nutrient-rich soil. It's also the way you can make 2017...
WANT TO COMPOST? PART 1
As temperatures fall, our yards go to sleep, and it can seem like there isn't much for a green thumb to do. This isn't the case! There are things you can do to help your yard even in the dead of winter. In the next two blogs, we are going to touch on one of the easiest, most beneficial things you can do for your garden year-round: composting! Composting is a method for returning expired organic...
WHY YOU NEED OUR FALL LAWN CARE
Summer has finished, and your lawn is probably tired and worn after a long summer. If you had us care for your lawn this summer, your lawn may be doing better than others. However, your lawn needs to be prepared for winter. The key to setting your lawn up for winter is to make sure it's ready for spring, and we know how to do it right! In today's blog, we're going to talk about why you need...
LAWN CARE MYTHS BUSTED! PART 2
Your lawn is a major investment, and proper care involves watering, trimming, and fertilizing. The good news is, a lawn repays the effort. A well-cared-for lawn is soft, thick, and beautiful. It enhances the curb appeal of your home and tells people you care about your property. At Cunningham Lawn Care, we understand that the craziness of life can push lawn care off your To-Do list, and that's…
WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A LANDSCAPER – PART 3
Are you considering landscaping your yard this summer? If so, this is an exciting time! You can dream about all your yard can be - and then make it happen! There are plantings to consider, patios, fireplaces, water features - the list is endless. With this many possibilities and your budget, it's important to have professional input before you install plants you can't water or a patio that will…
WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A LANDSCAPER – PART 2
When you own property, you own potential. Making the most of it can mean years of work. The good news is, there are professionals who make landscaping their lives' work. You may think you can do their work for them, but they bring a lot to the table. In our last blog, we talked about getting results that boost your home's value. Today, we have two more benefits...
WHY IS MY GRASS TURNING YELLOW? PART 3
When your lawn starts to turn yellow, it can be for many different reasons. It can be as simple as a moisture shortage or as involved as a disease. If you are watering your lawn but it continues to struggle, it's time to take a closer look. In our last blog, we explained how incorrect herbicides and drought can permanently damage a lawn unless the proper action is taken. Today, we want to look in…
WHY IS MY GRASS TURNING YELLOW? PART 1
Warm weather has officially arrived, and it's your lawn's time to shine! Unfortunately, your lawn has a significant number of enemies that crop up during warm weather. As the fresh green of spring fades, you want to see the tough green of summer. However, if all you're seeing is yellow, something is up.
DOES YOUR BUSINESS NEED PRO LAWN MAINTENANCE?
When you run a business, you have a whole laundry list of urgent tasks vying for your attention. All too often, the less-urgent items fall through the cracks. If lawn care is starting to slip out of your grasp, you have the option of hiring a professional. However, that costs money. It's easy to get stuck in a limbo where your lawn doesn't get the care it needs but you're saving money.
4 SIGNS YOU NEED NEW TURF – PART 2
Grass is tough, but it isn't invincible. It can get infected, dried out, and crushed. Whether it is dying or you simply don't like it, replacing the turf can be a great option. In our last blog, we discussed two signs that it may be time to say goodbye to your original lawn, including lawn disease and bad drainage. Today, we have two more reasons to invest in the grass you have always wanted.
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