As we enter the cold winter months and spend more time indoors than out, don’t make the assumption that you can totally hibernate from your winter lawn care tasks. In fact, your lawn is relying on you to give it proper care during the winter months so that it can be healthy and pest-free when spring arrives!
More than pumpkin spiced lattes and college football, Autumn is known for changing and colorful leaves. While most of us like to sit and admire the display of red, orange and yellow on the trees during fall, have you ever stopped to think about why or how leaves change their color? The science behind it all is quite interesting.
Who doesn’t love fall? Not only is it time for college football and pumpkin spice lattes, but we also get a chance to enjoy the outdoors at its best. Many people are ready to say goodbye to the sweltering Georgia heat and welcome the colorful variety of leaves and cool crisp Autumn air.
While outdoor lighting is an optional investment, it could be just the addition your landscape needs for maximum use, safety and appeal. Outdoor lighting can take a variety of forms, and it is important to know your options.
Have the summer afternoon rain showers revealed some obvious drainage problems in your yard. Poor drainage can not only ruin the health and appearance of your landscape, but it can also make your lawn a space that is rarely used.
Need a little more privacy in your backyard when the kids are outside playing? Does the view of headlights and street traffic ruin your front porch experience? You are not alone. Unless you live on multiple acres of land, most homeowners struggle to find enough privacy for their outdoor space.