Tag: Lawn Watering

How Much Water is Too Much for Your Lawn?

Tips for Watering Your Lawn with an Automatic Sprinkler

You want to keep your lawn looking its best throughout the year, so doesn’t that mean watering it as much as possible? Wrong – too much water is just as harmful as too little water. Keep reading to learn how to properly water your lawn before turning the sprinkler on! Your lawn needs 1-1 ½… Read more »

February Garden Tips

February Garden Tips

You might not think you need to do much to your garden in February when snow is still falling and the temperatures in Massachusetts are rarely creeping above the 50-degree mark. But the truth is that it’s important to take care of your garden during all times of the year, and February is actually an… Read more »

Understanding the Effects of Overwatering

Understanding the Effects of Overwatering

Watering is an integral part of your regular lawn care regimen. Thanks to advances in modern irrigation, keep lawns well-hydrated is easier than ever. As with most things in life, however, there is such a thing as treating your lawn to too much of a good thing. If you water your lawn regularly and still… Read more »

Controlling Ground Ivy in your Lawn

Controlling Ground Ivy in your Lawn

Ground Ivy, colloquially known as creeping Charlie, is a fast growing, highly invasive member of the mint family that can overtake an entire lawn if left unchecked. The plant’s extensive, hardy root systems make it very hard to effectively remove by hand. Some homeowners struggle year after year to maintain control over persistently creeping ground… Read more »

This Spring, Revitalize Your Brown, Patchy Lawn

salt damage on lawn

  After spending a winter buried under a thick blanket of snow, your lawn is likely looking a little the worse for wear. But don’t resign yourself to living with a sad, tattered lawn just yet – with a minimal investment of time and energy, you can have your lush, green grass back in no… Read more »