If you’ve been in the habit of reading the Evergreen website periodically, you’ve no doubt noticed that nothing’s changed in terms of content for several weeks. That’s because for the first time in a decade we’ve made a substantive change to the site – in looks, its security, ease of navigation, and frankly…in its personality.
It seems like a silly question to ask, but if your property and landscaping mean anything to you it’s a question that you need to respect and consider. Do you like the lawn mower you’re using? Is it something you enjoy using? And does it make your lawn look like something worth your time? The
If you’re confused about when and how much to feed your lawn, especially in spring, congratulations. A lot of retailers and lawn care services have worked very hard to put you in a state of confusion over what to buy, and when. We’re talking about, of course, the ads and testimonials you see and hear
It is one of the annual considerations pertaining to lawn care. That is, when, and what do I do about crabgrass? And, will I even have it this year? Well, if you had the nasty plant officially known as Digitaria last year there’s a pretty good chance you’ll have it again because crabgrass generates from seed;
Regardless of what’s written, or said, or promoted on TV…there’s nothing WRONG with applying spring nitrogen to your lawn. And why do we make the point? Because in recent years it’s become popular, and common, for some lawn care companies (and lawn care products) to promote themselves by declaring that if you properly feed your
We get it. By the time October rolls around most people are pretty tired of mowing grass, even those of us most dedicated to the look of their lawn and landscaping. You grow weary of the same spots, the same angles…the same turns of the mower and seeing the same issues with which you’ve contended
Here’s why you don’t want to put it off – seeding a new lawn or a renovated section of your existing lawn. Here’s why it’s better to spend the time now, in the fall, to get to work instead of taking a chance on next spring. For one, you have approximately six weeks still of