Monthly Archives: August 2014
Now that the cooler weather conditions have arrived, it signals your lawn to start growing again â€“ making it ideal for our late summer lawn renovation operations. We plan to begin overseeding work this week. Donâ€™t forget to help the new seeds along with a little additional watering (if necessary). See Watering Recommendations below… Continue Reading »
We have begun lawn aeration this week – here’s why… Aeration promotes oxygen circulation, increases water and fertilizer uptake, and improves root health. Aeration is normally done on an annual basis using a power aerator, which removes cores of soil, and deposits them on the surface. The cores will break down naturally over time so Continue Reading »
…for the gas and Argentinian grills to arrive, and furniture as well.
The project is substantially complete â€“ now just waiting for the grills to arrive. Weâ€™ll be installing the chicken coop next week.
I’ve been following David Epstein’s blog: Growing Wisdom and have found lots of good gardening tips and accurate weather forecasts. If you’re wondering why your hydrangeas aren’t blooming this summer, perhaps his article will explain why: http://www.boston.com/mt/lifestyle/house/blog/growing-wisdom/2014/08/why_arent_your_hydrangea_bloom.html. Below is an excerpt from his recent post. Also be sure to check out his video on how Continue Reading »