Lawn Maintenance Archives - Page 3 of 3 - Bluegrass

Pesky weeds put a damper in any planted bed full of trees, flowers, shrubs and plants, which is why it’s better to have a prevention plan in place rather than responding to unsightly weeds in your landscape beds! In an earlier blog post, we talked about how mulch is a good weed control technique that greatly … Continued

First impressions are everything! We often talk about adding curb appeal to your home landscape, but the same can be also applied to your business landscape. The first thing customers see when approaching your property is your front facing land. Thriving plants and shrubs along with a full, lush green lawn brings life to the backdrop of a … Continued

Adding visual interest to your lawn can be as simple as giving it a good haircut, a.k.a. mowing your turf. Often times, however, your lawn can create blurred lines between your garden and trees. A good way to take your lawn out of the “wild” category and make it feel more manicured is to create boundaries … Continued

Broadleaf weeds – such as dandelions, clovers, and chickweeds – are some of the most pervasive and persistent lawn weeds that pop up in your lawn and can be difficult to control. If given the opportunity, broadleaf weeds will seize the moment to germinate like wildfire, damaging even the healthiest of lawns! Various conditions encourage … Continued

St. Louis weather can be rather unpredictable at times. It’s common to expect all 4 seasons in only a week’s worth of time. As the New Year begins to set in, so are the brisk days of winter with a few teasers of 60 degree weather that has everyone impatiently waiting for warmer days to … Continued

How do I Identify Nutsedge? Nutsedge, also known as nutgrass is an extremely aggressive perennial weed, fighting for residence within your turf. Its long grasslike blade is a yellow-green which can produce a purple or yellow spikey head. These triangular shaped leaves are commonly about 1/2 inch thick and can grow up to 30 inches tall. … Continued