Summer ends on September 22nd, and the time has come for homeowners to tackle their fall lawn and garden maintenance tasks. Plant cool-weather crops and flowers, adjust irrigation schedules, and prepare for fertilizer and herbicide application for a thriving autumn lawn.
Adapt to summer weather changes to keep your lawn in excellent shape. Adjust your watering schedule, feed your lawn in accordance with fertilizer bans, look out for and identify common summer pests, remove weeds directly, and maintain your summer tools.
Ladies and gentlemen, pull out your wide-brimmed hats, sunscreen, and lemonade because the time for spring landscaping is now! Whether or not outside projects are your thing, you’re in the right place because we've covered the most important spring landscaping tasks.
Prepare your landscape for the upcoming holiday season—by attending to your lawn, irrigating appropriately, and planting cool-weather plants—so it will look its best without distracting you from your loved ones. The best landscape is the one shared with friends and family.
Turfgrass needs vary throughout the year, and the transition from summer to fall brings a change in your lawn’s irrigation requirements. A water-wise homeowner will provide the right amount of irrigation so their lawn can thrive all year long.
September 22nd marked the start of fall, and it’s time for homeowners to add tasks to their lawn and garden to-do list. Install cool-weather bulbs, annuals, and perennials; manage irrigation; apply fertilizer and herbicide for healthy fall turfgrass.
Fertilizing is one way to care for your lawn. It supplements the nutrients your soil provides to create a perfectly balanced diet for your turfgrass. Assess what nutrition your lawn is currently getting and choose an appropriate fertilizer accordingly.
Now is the time to finish winter cleaning and get ready for summer. The grass has begun to grow, and lawns need more care than they did last month. Check out our pointers for making the transition from winter to summer.
As we leave winter behind and move into the warmer seasons, Florida lawns need some care. Cover your bases, complete basic lawn care tasks now, and worry less about the health of your turfgrass.