Ask any Canadian and they’ll tell you that fall—the transitional period between summer and winter—often feels like the shortest season of the year. Just when you think you have all the time in the world to prepare your lawn and garden for winter, life gets pretty busy and before youRead More
The famous writer F. Scott Fitzgerald once said, “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall”. It appears that he was definitely on to something. Fall is a time of renewal and rejuvenation. It’s so much more than just the transitional season between summer and winter.Read More
Summer doesn’t last forever. It’s not a bad thing though, as long as you’re ready for the change in season. If you’re a homeowner, it’s important to get you lawn ready for the cooler weather that’s just around the corner. You work hard to keep your lawn’s appearance nice overRead More
Homeowners across the country take great pride in having a well-manicured and attractive lawn in the spring and summer months. Canadians are spending more time at home now and that means many of us are taking the time to hone our gardening and lawncare skills. All it takes is aRead More
Every homeowner wants to have a beautiful, well-manicured green lawn. But not all homeowners have the patience, knowledge, or green thumb to make it happen. Gardening and lawncare aren’t for the faint of heart. It takes a great deal of hard work and persistence to maintain a healthy green lawnRead More
It’s early spring and your lawn is currently in recovery mode. Right now, your grass blades and roots are extremely delicate as they slowly awaken from their long winter dormancy. Although you might be tempted to immediately get outside and tend to your garden and grass, it’s important to practiceRead More
Although most varieties of grass go dormant during the colder times of year, that doesn’t mean your lawn care efforts should go completely out the window in the winter. Canadian winters can be tough, especially in Brampton, Mississauga, and other parts of the GTA.
Temperatures change rapidly on a daily
There’s no denying that summer heat in Ontario can get pretty intense and in some cases intolerable for a lot of people. With temperatures ranging from the mid-20s to low 30s (degrees Celsius), many gardeners often make mistakes when it comes to watering their lawns.
You’d think watering your lawn
As the saying goes, nothing worth having comes easy. This is especially true when it comes to your commercial property. If you want healthy trees, colourful flowers, and a lush green lawn, it takes a little TLC.
What if you don’t have the time and energy to dedicate to lawn
It’s common for grass to dry out during the summer months. After all, summer is one of the hottest times of the year with the sun at its peak.
If the hot sun has wrought havoc on your lawn and you start noticing brown patches on your grass, you may