Fall is here and like many, we are excited about it. In the Omaha lawn care world, this time of year means a transition away from summer maintenance to preparation before winter. As the weather turns more unpredictable, it can be challenging, but we know that what we do now will impact your lawn’s health and beauty next spring, so we embrace the ups and downs. It’s no secret that we love it actually and can even name five reasons why fall really is the best time of year.read more →
Keep your lawn healthy in 3 steps
Homeowners hire us because they want a nice looking, healthy lawn. We work hard to achieve this for our clients and take pride when a healthy, green, lush lawn results. After a season or two, it is common to have clients ask if it is really necessary to schedule yearly lawn maintenance every year. Their lawn looks great so is it truly important to schedule aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost every single Fall?. Although this question is understandable, we encourage everyone to keep a yearly schedule to avoid future problems. Much like your regular dentist visits, diligence helps your lawn stay healthy and resistant to problems. We don’t want to see a homeowner skip a couple years and get the call for help asking “how do I get my lawn looking good again?” We promise making the call for aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost will be more enjoyable than a trip to your dentist and your lawn will thank you. Still uncertain? Let’s look at three easy steps to get the best lawn year after year.
Why you don’t want to skip fall lawn care this year
It’s time to think about fall lawn care – aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost. You put time and energy all summer into making your lawn green and lush. Maybe you even have the best looking lawn on the block, so now that fall is approaching, your work is done, right? Wrong! Your lawn is made up of living organisms. If not cared for regularly, your grass will suffer. In fact, there could be problems lurking under the surface right now that you aren’t aware. So, like scheduling your yearly physical, Paradise Lawns recommends scheduling your yearly aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost each fall. By doing so consistently, you will have a lush, and healthy lawn year after year.
Still undecided if it is necessary? Let’s take a closer look at fall aeration along with overseeding and topdressing with compost and discuss the benefits and why you should schedule all three every fall.
What’s sabotaging your lawn care efforts?
We all know that lawn care is necessary to maintain a beautiful lawn. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a beautiful lawn without having to sacrifice endless hours to achieve and maintain it? Paradise Lawns is here to help. You can have a nice, healthy lawn without it feeling like an additional job. Start by learning five things that can ruin your lawn and what you can do about each one. Once you have this information, you will know what to do and can get back to living your life. Let’s take a look at the first one.
Time to schedule your 2020 fall aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost
Fall seems far away during these hot summer days, but now is the perfect time to schedule your fall 2020 aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost. Paradise Lawns recommends you start with aeration, then overseeding followed by an application of topdressing with compost. Since overseeding should be complete by mid-September, the time to get started is now. Because what you do in 2020 will determine how healthy and lush your lawn will be in 2021. Let’s look at each step and learn why they are important.
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Don’t let turf disease ruin your summer (or your lawn)
It’s a warm summer day. Your family has decided to barbecue and play some yard games. You have a great time and think that this is the way summer should be spent – until you spot a brown patch of grass in your yard. The realization that your grass has turf disease turns your perfect summer of fun into a summer of stress. Don’t let turf disease put a hamper on your summer fun. Paradise Lawns will help you identify the problem and get your lawn back on track. Let’s look at the top five common turf diseases in the Midwest and what you can do to keep your lawn healthy, green and lush.
Why hire a professional lawn care service?
It is easier than ever these days to tackle home projects yourself thanks to YouTube and endless internet search options. While we applaud the initiative of D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) homeowners, it may not be the right choice when it comes to caring for your lawn. Here are 5 reasons you should hire a professional lawn care service this summer.
Protect your family from ticks
With the news encouraging everyone to stay home, many (including pets) in the Omaha metro are spending more time in the backyard enjoying the return of warm weather. Paradise Lawns loves to help our clients achieve healthy, lush lawns. We also strive to educate and protect people from potential backyard risks, even when they aren’t making front page news. We are talking about ticks. Knowledge is key to staying safe, so let’s find out more about these common parasites and learn what can be done to prevent them and keep you safe this summer.
Is your Omaha lawn care plan battle-ready against weeds?
Omaha lawn care can be tricky, especially when it feels like a different season each day. Easter weekend was a prime example. Saturday, April 11th was a beautiful 70-degree day. Neighbors were out doing yard work and several commented that they were out to mow before the snow. You heard that right. Snow. Sunday’s temperatures were 30-40 degrees colder with 50+ mile winds and snow flurries. Although we can’t be certain about the weather from day-to-day, we can trust that days are getting longer; the soil is getting warmer and weeds will soon start to appear.
Now is the time to prepare to battle weeds. To have an advantage, it is good to arm yourself with knowledge about weeds common in the Omaha metro area. By learning how to identify common Midwest weeds as well as what you can do to protect your lawn, you can win the battle against weeds!