Let’s Celebrate National Rose Month

Let’s Celebrate National Rose Month

Did you know that June is national rose month? While roses are most the popular on Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day, we think they deserve praise all year round. Do you love the beautiful flower but you’re not quite sure how to grow and maintain them? No worries, we have your back. You can plant… Read more

Tick Bite Prevention Tips for Gardeners

Tick Bite Prevention Tips for Gardeners

Gardening is the ultimate springtime reprieve. There’s ample sun and soil. It’s warm enough to stay outside for hours, and those flowerbeds are finally in bloom. And yet, with the whisperings of good weather also comes the emergence of insects—especially, ticks, which typically emerge just as outdoor activities hit full swing. At Suburban Lawn, we’ve… Read more

Rachio’s Smart Sprinklers Just Got a Little bit Smarter

Rachio’s Smart Sprinklers Just Got a Little bit Smarter

Since it was first released in 2013, The Rachio smart sprinkler controller has offered homeowners an innovative new way to make their irrigation systems as effective and efficient as possible. Last year, the company released the second generation Rachio, which featured a more robust design and an optional rain sensor which can be used to… Read more

Tips for Preventing and Treating Lawn Fungus

Tips for Preventing and Treating Lawn Fungus

Ever wonder whether those dead-looking gray patches on your lawn might be something more serious than sun damage? If so, you might be right. That’s because lawn fungus can be easily mistaken for other conditions, and it’s important to diagnose this problem before it spreads. But don’t worry—the team at Suburban Lawn has compiled a… Read more

Eco-Friendly Ice Melting Alternatives to Rock Salt

Eco-Friendly Ice Melting Alternatives to Rock Salt

When freezing temperatures cause dangerous patches of ice to develop on our driveways and sidewalks, many people turn to rock salt to combat the slippery mess. Unfortunately, rock salt is composed of sodium chloride—a harsh chemical which can make animals sick and damage nearby plants and grasses. The good news is, there are plenty of… Read more