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Odd Colored Lawns: Troubleshooting Guide

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Color can clue you into problems with your lawn. A healthy lawn should be an even deep green, with the shade of green depending upon the season and the specific variety of grasses. If any of the below colors appear, then you need to take steps to address the issue. Yellow Yellow is the most common color you will find other than green. It typically indicates wither a nutrient deficiency or drought stress. Read More»

3 Ways To Reduce Water Usage Without Sacrificing Lush Landscaping

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When you want to have a lush yard with lots of greenery and plants, you could find that you are spending a lot of time and money on taking care of the landscaping. If you’ve been eager to make improvements to the landscaping and are concerned with your water usage, there’s a lot of things you can do to cut down on your water and ensure that you’re able to enjoy the way your landscaping looks without it costing you a lot of money and time watering. Read More»

Beneficial Elements To Add To Your Yard And Landscaping

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Your yard makes a big difference in the appearance and condition of your home and property. A yard that is unkempt with weeds and shaggy grasses will bring down the value of your home and can make your home look neglected and vacant, which can be a magnet for vandals. Here are some beneficial elements to add into your yard and landscaping to boost its health and appearance and keep up your home’s value. Read More»