FAQs – Mowing the Lawn
Mowing the lawn is not necessary in winter because the grass goes dormant. However, it is always a good time to learn...
How to Prepare Your Lawn for Drought
Lawns don’t like summer droughts. However, there are things you can do to prepare a lawn for such an occasion. The...
Some Low Maintenance Perennial
Who isn’t busy these days? Between work, the kids, home, and the spouse there’s not much time for anything else....
Lawn Care In March
As we push through the last week of January going into February you may want to start thinking about what you are going...
Proper Watering Practices – Part 2
In my first article of the series Proper Watering Practices, I discussed some details about things that can influence...
Garden Trowel – Part Four: Maintenance And...
Tools perform best in the long run if they are properly maintained and cared for. This is true for any tool including a...
Use Your Leaf Blower To Clear Snow: Benefits and...
Some regions of the United States have been fairly lucky when it has come to snowfall.  As we move from December into...
Winter Project: Make Your Own Rain Barrel
Purchasing a rain barrel from a store or a site can get awfully expensive – many of these companies will charge...
What Is Deadheading and Should You Do It In Your...
I think it was the Queen of Hearts character from the story Alice In Wonderland who uttered those immortal words,...
Attracting Kids’ Favorite Bugs
As we previously noted in articles here at lawneq.com, there are good bugs and bad bugs. However, what we haven’t...