There are two important things you can do for your trees and shrubs in fall that will help them weather the winter and hit the ground running next spring. By nourishing your plants from the inside, and protecting them from insects, your trees and shrubs will be health and happy!
Everyone knows fertilizing your lawn in the spring is a good idea, but did you know that one last dose before winter is beneficial too? Winterizing your lawn might actually be the most important fertilizer dose.
Blood-sucking Mosquitoes are easily the most annoying thing about a Michigan summer. They can carry diseases, illnesses, and are just plain annoying when they are ruining your outdoor fun. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to reduce the mosquito population in your very own yard. When worse comes to worst, professional control is always the best route, but try these techniques out before you get eaten alive this July.
You've tried watering and fertilizer but your lawn still looks tired. If your turfgrass has left you scratching your head, aeration may be the missing piece of the puzzle. Here's why you should consider aeration and overseeding for your lawn this summer.
Some of our best memories are made in the backyard playing catch or running through sprinklers on the lawn. It's where our children grow up. Unfortunately, many species of bugs like to raise their young in the turfgrass so they can feed on the blades. Don't let these pests take control of your yard.
Maybe lawn care is something you've always wanted to know more about or something you've been putting off. Make this spring the season your dream backyard becomes reality with these helpful lawn care tips!
When winter rolls around it isn’t the time to slow down your care for your trees and shrubs. It’s actually the time to ramp it up so your greenery will flourish again when the warm season rolls around. Let the professionals at Go Green Lawn and Tree Care give your trees and shrubs the boost they need to live a long and healthy life!