Who’s ready for spring? There is something so refreshing about this time of year. It is the perfect time for a fresh start and to focus on spring lawn care.
The best time to prune crepe myrtle is in the late winter into the very early spring, depending on your region and temperate zone.
Is your winter landscape looking a little drab? There are some basic winter landscaping tips that you can implement on your property to add curb appeal.
Shrubs are a staple feature in many home landscapes, and with good reason; not only do shrubs provide aesthetic enhancement but they also serve as privacy barriers.
What is the quarantine, how does it affect your family, and what you can do about it.
What is the difference between “weed and feed” and “weed control”?
Many Canopy Lawn Care customers choose to have flowers installed during both the spring and fall seasons. This ensures that their beds always look fresh and full of life!
Aeration and seeding is one of the most beneficial lawn care services that you can offer your grass this year, but what you do after your service is just as important.
Crabgrass is a pesky and persistent weed and can be quite invasive. One of the main reasons that crabgrass spreads so easily is that it is not properly managed.
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