One thing that will make or break your lawn this season
If you don’t start out on the right foot with your lawn care, you will be playing catch-up all season long. Crabgrass and foxtail start to rear their ugly little heads once spring starts to roll around, and if you don’t get a handle on them, your summer could be spent in the yard instead of on vacation! So what’s that one thing that will make or break your lawn this season? read more →
The first snowfall in Omaha was Sunday, October 14; was your lawn prepared?
No need to worry! Fall is still the best time for lawn care.
In response to the cool Midwest temperature, weeds slow their growth and prepare for winter by pulling nutrients and starches from their leaves into their roots. This means the roots remain active and need excess nutrients so they can grow strong in the spring. When you winterize your lawn in the fall with using simple lawn care steps like fertilization, weed control, and lawn renovation, you help create lush, green grass in the spring and stave off those pesky weeds! Paradise Lawns is your best choice for an Omaha lawn fertilization company when it comes to fall fertilization. read more →
(or, why knowing the pH balance in your Omaha lawn is important)
Ever wondered why your lawn doesn’t look amazing, even though you pay good money for lawn care services? The pH level could be the culprit (or at least one of them)! If the pH level in your lawn is not at the optimum level, fertilizers will not break down to be utilized by the grass. What this means is that if your pH level is off, you are literally losing money because the fertilizer you are putting down (and paying for!) is not being utilized efficiently and going to waste. read more →
Hey, Dave! What does organic lawn care mean, exactly?
As we are moving through lawn care season, people have been asking us, “What does organic lawn care mean, exactly?” We thought it was a good time to fully explain what organic lawn care is and why we heavily promote it here at Paradise Lawns!
My Dog’s Feet Were Burning—So I Switched To Safe Organic Lawn Care!
Lawn Care and Pet Safety
It is becoming common knowledge that conventional, chemical pesticides and fertilizers are dangerous for the environment and its inhabitants. They degrade soil, pollute water, and affect the health of humans, pets, and wildlife. read more →