lawn care

How Long Does It Take Grass Seed to Grow

By Garret March 14, 2023
mature fescue lawn

When it comes to planting a new lawn or overseeding an existing one, one of the most common questions people ask is, “How long does it take grass seed to grow?” The answer to this question depends on a variety of factors, including the type of grass seed you choose, the time of year you … Read more

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Everything You Need to Know about Dethatching a Lawn

By Garret March 13, 2023
dethatching a lawn with manual rake and power rake

As a homeowner, you may have heard about the importance of dethatching your lawn, but may not be sure exactly what it entails. It’s a part of regular maintenance for a healthy lawn. In this article, we will discuss the basics of dethatching, including what it is, why you should do it, when to do … Read more

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New Sod Care in Southwest Missouri

By Garret March 10, 2023

If you’re considering installing new sod, you’re making a smart choice to achieve a lush and healthy lawn quickly. However, it’s essential to know how to care for your new sod properly to ensure its success. In this article, we’ll guide you through the essential steps to take care of your new sod in Southwest … Read more

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Best Lawn Seed

By Garret March 9, 2023

Choosing the best grass seed for your lawn can be a daunting task. With so many options available, it’s essential to understand which of the grass types that thrive in Southwest Missouri best suit your needs. Whether you’re looking for a low-maintenance option or want a lawn that’s the envy of the neighborhood, selecting the … Read more

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Fall Grass Seed Planting

By Garret March 6, 2023
fescue seedlings

As the summer months come to an end, it’s time to start thinking about fall grass seed planting. If you’re looking to plant new grass in Southwest Missouri, fescue is a great choice. It’s a cool-season grass that thrives in our region and can withstand the cold winter temperatures. Here’s everything you need to know … Read more

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Planting Grass Seed in the Summer

By Garret March 4, 2023

If you’re looking to plant grass seed in Southwest Missouri during the summer months, it’s important to choose the right type of grass for the region’s climate and soil conditions. While fescue is a popular choice for lawns in the area, it’s not well-suited for summer planting. If your goal is to have a beautiful … Read more

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Bermuda Grass vs Fescue

By Garret March 4, 2023
bermuda grass vs fescue

Bermuda grass vs fescue, which is better? When it comes to choosing the right grass for your lawn, there are a lot of factors to consider. Two popular options in the transition zone are Bermuda grass and fescue. Generally, if you want your lawn to look its nicest, you’ll plant fescue. However, if you don’t … Read more

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Common Broadleaf Weeds and How to Remove Them

By Garret February 28, 2023
Broadleaf weeds

If you own a fescue lawn in the transition zone, you are probably familiar with the challenge of keeping broadleaf weeds at bay. Not only do they detract from the beauty of your lawn, but they can also compete with your grass for nutrients, water, and sunlight. Here, we’ll discuss some of the most common … Read more

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Mowing the Lawn: Everything You Need to Know

By Garret February 20, 2023

We all know the basics to mow the lawn, but there are many details that are often overlooked. Proper mowing techniques can not only keep your fescue lawn looking neat and tidy, but they can also help promote healthy growth and prevent weeds. Here’s everything you need to know about mowing your fescue lawn in … Read more

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How to Water Your Lawn

By Garret February 18, 2023
sprinkler head watering the lawn

As a homeowner living in the transition zone with fescue grass, it’s important to know how to water your lawn properly. Watering your lawn is crucial for maintaining a healthy and lush lawn. In this article, we will discuss the best practices for watering your lawn. Including the amount and frequency of watering, how to … Read more

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