1. It’s Never Too Late in the Season for a Lush Lawn

    Summer has nearly come to its end which means you may think that lawn care season is almost over as well. However, regardless of how your lawn had treated you during the warm months, you should know that it is not too late to save your grass. Whether you dealt with dry spells, wildlife infestation, heat, or foot traffic, there is still hope for a lush lawn if you act now. In fact, the end of summe…Read More

  2. The Benefits of Attracting Birds to Your Yard

    We spend a lot of time talking about the many ways you can make your lawn beautiful, but the truth is that there are many different things can contribute to you having a beautiful backyard other than the condition of your grass. And while you may be tempted to get rid of all wildlife in your yard, there are certain animals that can actually aid to the success of your home’s overall curb appeal. …Read More

  3. Should You Own an Electric or a Gas Lawn Mower?

    If your current lawn mower is nearing the end of its life, it’s likely that you have started to look into your replacement options. If you haven’t had to decide between a gas and an electric mover before, you might not know which one you should invest your money in. The truth is, both options are certainly viable. Choosing one simply comes down to what your preferences are, what sort of budget…Read More

  4. 4 Tips for Conserving Water While You Try To Keep Your Yard Healthy

    While it would be nice if summer temperatures were about to subside, the truth is, we could be looking at heat like this for as long as two more months. If you are worried about what this could possibly mean for your yard or garden, we are here to help. Whether there is a watering restriction where you live, or you simply are not sure how to prevent the prolonged heat from turning your grass brown…Read More

  5. 10 Things You Should Know Before Hiring A Landscaping Company

    We have covered several times before how you can know if you are hiring the right company to perform your lawn maintenance on a regular basis. However, we realized that it has been quite some time since we discussed how to best choose a landscaping company. While some of the traits you want in your lawn care team will align with the same characteristics you would want in a landscaping company, the…Read More

  6. How To Care For Your Lawn After Overseeding

    You finally broke down and decided it was time to overseed your lawn once and for all. But what in the world do you do now? Sure, you could sit back and relax, hoping that the overseeding does its job by itself, but we would not recommend that. Instead, we would suggest that you keep riding the momentum you have already started and keep playing an active role in the success of your grass overall. …Read More

  7. 4 Easy Ways To Tell If Your Spokane Lawn Is Healthy

    When you see a lawn that is overgrown with weeds, has bare or brown spots and looks coarse, you likely know pretty quickly that it is dead or at the very least dying. If it’s not your lawn, this may not be a big deal. However, just because your lawn doesn’t have all of the undesirable characteristics doesn’t mean that it is healthy.  So how can you know if your lawn is truly thriving? In th…Read More

  8. Avoid Making These Landscaping Mistakes In Your Spokane Yard

    When you decide it’s time for you to embark on a landscaping project for your Spokane home, you likely are very excited at the beginning of the process. It is important to know that with a little bit of planning and a lot of execution, you can change the entire look and feel of your property. On the other hand, you may find that this project is a little more extensive than you originally thought…Read More

  9. Protect Your Landscaping From Heat With These Tips

    One of the main concerns we hear from homeowners all the time is that they struggle with how to properly maintain the landscaping on their property during the summer months. While the temperatures in Spokane do not tend to become extreme during the summer, there are hot days and often heavy rainstorms that we have to combat. If you are not experienced with landscaping and/or lawn care, you may be …Read More

  10. Getting Weed Maintenance Completed This Summer

    If you have a lawn, then you are probably very well-versed in weeds, the unwanted plants that often grow in lawns, in plant beds, and around curbs. If they are allowed to grow, it will not only affect the total aesthetic of your lawn, but it can also harm your grass and any other plants you may have in your yard. We know, weeds are not the easiest thing to get rid of as it seems when you pull one,…Read More