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New Year… New Lawn Care

New Year… New Lawn Care

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I think we’ve all heard that saying “new year, new me” about a million times now. There’s one thing that not many people think about when making their New Year Resolutions and that’s lawn care. This could be the year that you make a conscious effort to have a healthier lawn all…

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Preparing and Caring for Your Lawn in the Winter

Preparing and Caring for Your Lawn in the Winter

With winter in full swing here in Colorado Springs, we know that your lawn is one of the last things on your mind. Of course, the turf doesn’t need nearly as much attention as it does in the summer, but it still needs a little bit of lawn care. Because of our arid climate, there…

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Winter Landscape & Lawn Care Checklist

Winter Landscape & Lawn Care Checklist

Here is our list of the most important lawn care steps to follow in order to prepare and maintain your landscape for winter, as well as protect and maintain it during the winter months:  Turn off and winterize the irrigation system. Mow the lawn a final time at a height of 2.5–3 inches. Always mulch…

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What Is Winter Mite Damage?

What Is Winter Mite Damage?

How many times have you looked at your lawn after the winter and seen patches of dead grass? We see this kind of damage on a large majority of lawns in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas that don’t receive proper lawn care or maintenance through the winter months.  One of the most common causes of…

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Why is it so important to fertilize my lawn in the fall?

Why is it so important to fertilize my lawn in the fall?

Summer heat and traffic are very stressful for our lawns. The cooler temperatures of fall provide a great setting for the lawn to regain strength with a little bit of lawn care. It is actually one of the most important times of year for lawn care because of the fertilizer applications that we can make…

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How to Plant a Tree in 9 Steps

How to Plant a Tree in 9 Steps

There is a science and art behind planting trees that last for a long time. While you may know how to dig a hole, drop a tree inside, and bury the soon-to-be roots, you may not know why the shape of the hole, type of tree, and amount of water to give your tree the…

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