Hot summer temperatures can harm your lawn if you do not perform proper maintenance. This infographic from a power equipment company in Olympia shows you what you need to do through the seasons to keep your grass looking great.
After this weekend’s cool & wet weather, it looks like the hot and dry summer weather may be behind us. With that in mind, we wrote this post about why September is the best time for getting your #lawn in shape. #LandscapeTips #LawnCare
Paul Tukey is the author of The Organic Lawn Care Manual: A Natural, Low-Maintenance System for a Beautiful, Safe Lawn ($13.50 at amazon.com). He's also the editor of SafeLawns.org, where you'll find nearly 30 how-to videos that provide a step-by-step guide to the process. - PopularMechanics.com
If you water your lawn at night, water left on grass blades overnight can increase the chances of fungus growth. Take a look at this infographic about landscaping in Mesquite to find out when to water your lawn and discover other care tips!