January & February Lawn Care
Replanting those overgrown house plants is a good project to complete while the snow keeps falling, and falling. Gently wash off the leaves or mist lightly to wash off any dust that has settled. While dusting check for any insects that may have nestled in for the winter and treat accordingly. Your plants will be so happy!
March Lawn Care in St. Louis
The snow is melting, the weather is warmer, and your lawn is beginning to green up. Fertilizing your lawn with a pre-emergent will help speed up this process and give you a head start on a healthy, green lawn throughout the year, while preventing the germination of summer annual weeds. You also might want to consider an aeration if you haven’t done so within the past couple of years. Either way, if you keep these next few things in mind, you can transform your lawn from good to great!
April Lawn Care in St. Louis
You’ve heard the phrase “April showers bring May flowers.” Well put on your shower caps and bring out your umbrellas, because the heavens will be pouring rain which will accelerate plant growth. Also aiding in this is the warming temperatures. Now is the time to really begin mowing and maintaining your lawn to start it off on the right foot for the rest of the season.
May Lawn Care in St. Louis
May is a great month for growth. As the temperatures continue to rise, the flowers bloom and your lawn continues to grow and green! Watering should be more frequent this month. Also, May is a great month to help prevent summer annual weeds, so now is time to apply a second application of a pre-emergent herbicide.
July Lawn Care in St. Louis
We are now moving into one of the hottest months of the year. This means if your sprinkler system is watering unevenly, you will be seeing some brown spots in your lawn due to drought. It’s also approaching peak weed season for summer-annual weeds. Be sure to mow high and get a spray in to help control these tenacious plants.