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August Lawn Care – Seeding and Crabgrass

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  • August 9, 2018
  • by Tori Clark
  • Lawn Care, seeding, weeds,
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Believe it or not, mid-August through mid-September is the ideal time for lawn seeding in the Midwest. If you are looking to start a new lawn or reseed a few sections now is the time to do it for the best results. The heat of summer is mostly behind us and cooler temperatures plus less competition
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Garden To-Dos for May

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  • May 9, 2018
  • by Tori Clark
  • bulb care, Lawn Care, Planting,
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May is the “doing” month in the garden, but by tackling these tasks now you can save yourself work in the summer.  Here are a few tips to make your May gardening a little easier. Spring Bulb Care If you have been enjoying your spring flowering bulbs like hyacinth and tulips you know the work
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5 Things You Can Do in the Garden Right Now

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  • April 26, 2018
  • by Tori Clark
  • divide perennials, Lawn Care,
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Yay!  The snow is gone and we can get outside in the garden.  As long as your lawn and garden beds have dried out you can get out and start doing.  If the soil is still wet or squishy it is best to wait a bit to avoid compacting the soil and possibly damaging tender
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Weeds, Weeds, and More Weeds – Lawn Edition

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  • June 8, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • Lawn Care, lawn fertilizer, weeds,
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Weeds are here to stay so we might as well learn how to deal with them, right?  Not everyone finds flowering Creeping Charlie pretty or a field of bright yellow dandelions charming.  Weeds are more easily treated when they are small and growing and spring and early summer is a great time to treat them.
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