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More lazy lawn care tips: Mulch ado about … almost nothing!

Here’s a way to save your back and be kinder to the planet: Leave your leaves alone. Instead of raking, one of the newest lawn care trends is to mulch leaves in place. The decomposing fragments will nourish your lawn over the winter, giving you a greener yard in the spring. Just imagine: All that…

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Three signs it may be time to aerate your lawn

All that walking and playing on your lawn can compact the soil, forcing out the air. If your turf has become so dense that the roots are starved for nourishment, it may be time to give it some breathing room by aerating your lawn. Aeration is when you punch holes all over your lawn, or…

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Adventures in Leaf Raking

All of those leaves are all going to hit the ground eventually. It happens every fall. Here are some ideas that we like to call: The lazy person’s guide to leaf raking. Feel free to use any or all of these tips. They are in no particular order. Start by clearing the smallest area necessary.…

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Early fall is the perfect time to overseed cool season lawns

September marks the start of football season, and also the best time to overseed cool season lawns such as fescue and bluegrass. The soil is still warm and there’s usually plenty of rain. This gives newly planted seeds a good opportunity to establish the strong root system that they will need to survive the winter.…