Fall is here! Summer came and ran!! Here are some tips to help keep your lawn healthy throughout fall and into the winter.
When mowing the lawn start decreasing the height of your lawn mower to get it ready for winter.
Make sure you get rid of those nasty weeds. The tend to like to take over in the fall.
Give your trees and shrubs some extra nutrients to bloom better in the spring.
Make sure you rake your lawn. Dead leaves can leave brown spots on your grass and become homes to many unwanted insects.
Fall is the best time to aerate your lawn. This allows water and nutrients to enter the soil for healthy growing.
Spread grass seed and fertilizer all over your lawn before the first snowfall, this allows unhealthy spots to grow better and healthier in the spring.