ECO-FRIENDLY FALL LAWN CARE TIPS IT'S ALL ABOUT FERTILIZING, AERATING, WEEDING, COMPOSTING, MOWING & PLANTING. As the days become short and crisp, you might think that your lawn care chores are done. While the grass appears to be dying off and your flowers have wilted, don’t be fooled into thinking that your work is over. There are plenty of chores that must be done before the first frost in order to keep your lawn in tip-top shape for next year. This can be tough to do if you’re trying to approach your lawn care tasks with an environmentally conscious mindset....

Why Hiring a Professional Lawn Care Service May be a Good Idea Leave the lawn care to a pro Hiring a professional lawn care company will save you time, money, aggravation and a possible trip to the doctor. But be aware there are many fly-by-night companies out there claiming they are "professional" and your experience with them may be anything but that. Do some research before you hire. Hiring a professional lawn service in Omaha will save you a lot of aggravation not to mention time and money. But before hiring a lawn care company be sure to do your research. There...

Fall Lawn Care Guide by ecoScapes Lawn Care Nebraska Winters Can be Brutally Cold. Here's How to Prepare Your Lawn. The Fall and Winter months are the most critical seasons for your Omaha NE lawn. Homeowners and commercial property owners alike should be thinking about next spring as they prepare their lawns for the upcoming cold Nebraska winter months. To help you prepare your lawn from the coming frost and freezing temperatures, we’ve put together a list of fall lawn care tips that every lawn owner should know. By taking these precautionary measures, you can help give your grass the best chance...

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Lawn Service? Lawn mowing service in Omaha costs anywhere from $35.00 and $75 per week on average. This is of course dependent on the overall size of the lawn. There are other elements that influence the overall cost such as how many obstacles there are like fences and swing sets, etc., and landscape design just to name a couple. You have to admit there is nothing that compares to a recently cut lawn to leave the facade of your home or business looking its very best. But it’s also not everyone’s favorite job. Lucky...

Does Your Lawn Need to be Power Raked? Suspect your lawn may need to be dethatched? Before you proceed you should know that not every lawn requires power raking or “dethatching”. However, whenever thatch has built up in the lawn you should strongly consider it. Thatch is harmful to your turf and there comes a point when getting rid of that thatch becomes essential for your yard’s health. Here is some important information to consider if you are thinking about having your lawn dethatched. When to Dethatch Your Lawn Before you do anything, you should check to see how thick your lawn’s thatch...

Mulched Leaves Provide Many Benefits for Your Lawn The fall months bring cooler temperatures, falling leaves and many beautiful colors around your landscape. Many could also associate fall with the need to clean the yard and rake the leaves, which can be a chore. However, there are alternatives that can help your lawn and landscape thrive along with eliminating the need to rake your leaves. Mulching your leaves is an eco-friendly lawn care practice and has many benefits for your lawn and the process is also easy to accomplish. Let’s go over some of the advantages to be had from...

Follow These Lawn Care Steps for a Greener Lawn Water Deeply and Less Often If you are watering often and for short periods of time, the grass’ roots have no reason to grow deeper down into the soil. Those shallow roots can’t reach deep soil nutrients and don’t have the ability to supply much needed water when you skip a watering. Instead, water deep enough to penetrate the soil 4 to 6 inches. Here’s a little test you can use for a few watering’s. You’ll get a sense of just how long and often you should be watering. Of course, this depends entirely on weather conditions and your...

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