Help Your Lawn During Dry and Hot Weather

You may have noticed driving down the street that lawns have looked brown over the last two months. Brown lawns are a result of high temperatures and low precipitation across Michigan. The vast majority of properties in Michigan are primarily composed of Kentucky bluegrass. Kentucky bluegrass is a cool-season grass, growing best in spring and… Read more »

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Mosquitos and How to Control Them

In the US, we have roughly 200 different mosquito species. Unfortunately, these flying pests can carry the West Nile virus, Dengue, Yellow fever, Zika virus, and more. In the US West Nile virus is the most common mosquito-borne illness. You can protect your family with a few tips to enhance outdoor mosquito control. Female mosquitoes… Read more »

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new grass growth

Here’s The Secret To Having A Green Lawn This Fall

You might think you’ve missed the boat when it comes to having a green lawn this year, but it’s not too late! By having these two services performed this month, you can enjoy the lush green lawn you haven’t seen since spring.

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trees and shrubs in a yard in the fall

6 Ways To Get Your Trees And Shrubs Ready For Fall

What you do – or don’t do – during Michigan’s fall can greatly impact the health of your trees and shrubs when spring rolls around. Here are some best practices for keeping your largest plants shipshape and ready to hit the ground running next spring.

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