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How to Winterize Your Florida Lawn

If you have lived in Florida all of your life, with our typically mild winters, you may not understand why your lawn turns brown. The truth is your lawn is in shock from the infrequent cold weather. It is completely natural for your lawn to go dormant in winter,...

Does Your Florida Lawn Require Less Water in Winter?

The good news is that it is finally starting to cool off in the Tampa Bay area. This also means that your lawn will require much less water than it does during our scorching summer months. Not surprisingly in the dog days of Summer evaporation and transpiration are...

Winter Lawn Care Tips

One of the great things about living in Florida is the mild winters. Having said that, just because lawn growth slows down during the winter months doesn't mean you should ignore it. If you want your lawn to stay beautiful until Spring there are some steps you should...

Fall Tips for a Better Lawn

Want to look like you know what you are doing when it comes to lawn care AND not dip too far into your wallet to pull it off? You ask any lawn care service expert how they would spend their first lawn care dollar and they will tell you the same thing. You get the most...

Grass Seed Options for Fall

Warm soils, cool nights and heavy morning dew helps to make fall a great time to plant grass seed blends that contain Kentucky Bluegrass, Fescue and/or Perennial Ryegrass. So how do you choose what to plant? You are standing in front of the grass seed shelf and...

What’s the Best Summer Mowing Height?

Your grass appreciates a higher mowing height during the hot summer months. Consider bumping your mower setting up a notch to leave your grass at the taller end of this range for your type of grass. (These suggested heights are after you mow): 2-1/2 to 4 inches for...

Best Summer Lawn Tips

1. Some lawns need feeding. Southern lawns like (Bermuda, St. Augustine and Zoysia) love to be fed at two month intervals from spring to fall for a total of about 4 feedings a year. Centipede only likes two or three feedings a year from late spring to late summer. If...

Best Sprinkler System Practices

A sprinkler system makes it easy to ensure your lawn gets the water it needs to thrive. Try these tips for best results from your sprinkler system. Here’s how to make the most of your sprinkler system. Wait before watering. Don’t turn on your sprinkler system just...

How to Choose Your Lawn Care Company

When you feel like you can't get a handle on your lawn, it is natural to start shopping around for a lawn care company that can help. The problem is that, like many other home improvement type investments, it is hard to know which company in the Palm Harbor area to...

Early Spring Lawn Care Tips

Tackling spring lawn care provides a just-right dose of fresh air, sunshine, and exercise—and sets your lawn on its way to season-long glory. Spring lawn chores aren’t difficult, but they do play a vital role in getting your grass on track for a healthy, productive...

How to Make Sure Your Grass is Green this Spring

It is a known fact that the best way to ensure a thick, green, healthy lawn in the spring is to care for it well in the fall and winter. This is the most critical time for many lawns in the south. If you have fescue grass, you’re likely already seeing green grass....

Lawn Maintenance for the New Year

Since we are under a hard freeze warning we have several suggestions for your property to help reduce damage.  A hard freeze is anything that is a little cooler than 32 degrees and last several hours. A general freeze can get down to 32 degrees but can generally run a...