Fertilizing your lawn involves more thinking than just throwing down some fertilizer. It can be difficult to gauge how much water to use, or the size of lawn, and how to properly fertilize lawns. In this brief guide we will inform you about what you should consider in order to properly fertilize your lawn. Continue reading
The heat of the summer can be difficult to endure, and your lawn may be struggling too. Here’s some advice from the pros about how to care for your lawn during the hottest months of the year.
With summer months well under way, keeping your lawn hydrated is a primary concern. It’s no secret that watering your lawn is essential to healthy growth, but how and when you water your grass can make a big difference in how well your lawn fares this year.
Fertilizing your yard is a must for healthy and lush growth, but when exactly should you fertilize? This can vary depending on the type of grass you grow and what region you live in. No two lawns are the same, but here are some basic tips on when you should feed your lawn.
Many areas across the country see heavy rains, especially in May and October, the wettest months of the year. Rain is important to irrigate plants, but too much can obviously cause serious problems. In addition to washing away any recent seeding, pesticides and herbicides can be transferred to unintended areas and into the water system. Landscaping can also see negative effects as water chips away at soil and can end up standing over plants if adequate drainage isn’t established. With some precautions and responses, however, you can minimize the damage inflicted on your yard by the heavy rains of Spring.
With winter on the way out and warm days ahead, it’s time to get your lawn ready for the months ahead. Spending some preparation time on your soil, grass, and other vegetation now can save you time later and ensure a more healthy lawn for the time you and your family will be spending outdoors this year.
Although aeration may sound like a frivolous treatment, it actually carries many benefits for your lawn. Commonly referred to as “core aeration”, or even “coring” or “spiking”, this process includes removing small cores from the soil of the lawn, opening it to air flow and refreshment.
With the summer season finally upon us, it’s time to lounge outside grilling, swimming, playing sports, exercising, and just hanging out. Our kids are out of school and will be outside playing for most of the day. But in addition to our heightened outdoor activity, mosquitoes will also be rampant. In order to enjoy the summer more thoroughly without getting covered in bites or smelling like repellent spray, Cypress Lawn and Landscape have compiled some of the most effective mosquito repelling plants to fill your backyard with: Continue reading
With the cold lifting, and the spring season quickly approaching, it’s time to begin preparing your lawn and landscape for the upcoming warm weather that will last throughout most of the year. While it’s getting progressively warmer every day throughout the country, Texas is infamous for its blistering heat and constantly fluctuating weather forecast. Here at Cypress Lawn, we’ve compiled some helpful tips and strategies for spring lawn preparation.
This time of year in Texas always brings an unhealthy and miserable drought. It’s difficult to know exactly how to handle your lawn in this kind of climate, as the sun always seems to dry out all moisture, and with limited water sources, it can be difficult to know where that happy medium of keeping your lawn healthy without wasting resources is located. Here at Cypress Lawn, we’ve taken the time to compile a list of the best ways to keeping a healthy lawn in a drought. Continue reading