Winter Lawn Care
While you get a break from mowing this time of year, there are things that will help ensure your turf and your property will stay in tip-top condition:
Avoid excessive traffic on the lawn during the harsher winter months.
Remove leaves, pine straw and debris from your lawn so that it can get the most from applications and receive the sunlight and moisture that it needs to thrive.
Because winter is usually a rainy season in our area, it’s a great time to check to see if you have any drainage issues that need to be solved.
Be on the lookout for opportunistic weeds that thrive in the winter. If you see them, call us and we’ll come out and re-treat.
Examine the trees and shrubs in your yard periodically for problems. Issues are easiest to solve before they get too far along. Looking ahead, February is a good time to begin pruning.