How To Prepare Your Yard for Spring in St. Louis

While it seems like winter will be here forever, February is the last full month before we start seeing signs of Spring. Don’t be ‘caught out in the cold’ without the proper Spring Plan in place to avoid gaps in your outdoor services, or to get that new outdoor project done in time to actually enjoy it this summer. Most good companies are already booked by the time the weather gets warm and it is usually difficult to find a business that has room on their schedule...

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Everything You Need to Know About Fire Pits

There is nothing better than sitting around a warm fire outside on a cool fall or winter evening with your beverage of choice and some friends. It's the best and we think everyone should have a fire place or fire pit! These tips can help with that...

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Outdoor November Checklist

The weather is getting cooler and there is a crispness in the air. You’re starting to think of the holidays and indoor fun. Before settling in for the winter, however, there are still a few things to do to ensure a fun fall and a fabulous spring...

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Outdoor October Checklist

While sports activities, vacations, and summer activities are winding down; now is the time to do a little planning and preparation to make winter more tolerable and spring more beautiful! Below are the top five things that you should do in October to make life easier when you are ready to enjoy warmer spring weather.

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Lawn Care Basics in Summer Heat

In order to keep your landscape looking its best in the summer heat, it is important to understand the basics of what it takes to keep your lawn healthy.

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Get Your Yard Ready For Summer

Summer is one of our favorite seasons to enjoy in the backyard. When the weather is nice there is so much to do outdoors! From lounging on the patio to tinkering in the garden, get inspired to try something new this summer!

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Benefits of Aeration and Overseeding

Along with fertilizing and consistent watering techniques, core aeration and over-seeding are vital practices to maintaining overall turf growth. You may be asking, “What exactly is aeration?” By definition, aeration is the naturally occurring process of air exchange between the soil and its surrounding atmosphere. In layman’s terms, aeration is the process of removing small plugs of thatch and soil from the lawn to improve air exchange withi...

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Benefits of Deep Root Fertilization

Fertilization is one of the most important aspects of tree care. Trees require certain nutrients to function and grow. Urban landscape trees are often growing in soils that do not contain sufficient nutrients for satisfactory growth and development...

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