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Lawn Care Resources
The truth is, you don’t have to rake leaves. But before you get too excited, you also can’t just leave them lying on your lawn. If you have kids, definitely get out the rake and create some piles for fall-tastic jumping and playing, but once the fun’s over, you will need to decide what to do with all those leaves.
If you long for a lush, soft lawn, where you can walk barefoot and the kids can roll around and play, Zoysia offers a great choice. This dense grass thrives in warm Southern temperatures and requires less maintenance than most other varieties. Several Zoysia hybrids have been cultivated for enhanced performance and aesthetics. Read more to explore the options and choose the best grass for your dream lawn.
Ask any homeowner and they will likely tell you that weeds are the biggest nuisance in the yard. Most of the unwanted vegetation that populates our lawns in early spring actually gets its start in the fall and grows through the winter. The best way to control these winter lawn crashers is to stop them before they start with pre-emergent herbicides.
Occasionally wildlife interrupts our enjoyment of human habitats — spilling trash cans, clashing with pets, and even damaging our lawns. Here are some easy tips to minimize critter conflict.