Sometimes, the only solution is to tear out a bad lawn and start over. Rob Nagy shares a video of Todd Brown and Bernie Hartopp doing a complete lawn renovation in Jenkintown.
Lawn renovation includes three steps:
Do you have a tree that is starting to change color? If you're seeing Fall color on all or part of a tree now, it may be a sign that a tree is sick. Pictured: Maple with early color change on half of the tree.
Early color change is just one of 5 Fall Warning Signs that a tree is in trouble.
Not true! You still need be vigilant to protect your family and pets from illnesses spread by ticks.
While summer is prime time, ticks unfortunately are still active in the Fall.
Whether a lawn just needs a little boost or an extensive renovation, Fall is the best time to fix lawn problems and build a healthy lawn. Giroud Tree and Lawn explains the 5 Ways to Rebuild A Problem Lawn that will provide homeowners with actions to take now to set the stage for a beautiful lawn next Spring.
Is your landscape looking overgrown or neglected? Trees and shrubs have grown massively thanks to an abundance of rain.(pictured: Overgrown shrubs hide the beauty of this landscapeTree crowns have become thick, impenetrable targets for wind damage. Shrubs are overtaking beds and encroaching on paths and drives. (pictured: Beautiful house is hidden behind overgrown plants.)
It's time to shape up! From pruning to planting new trees, find out what you can do to get control of your landscape now.