1. Six Lawn Care Tips To Prepare for Spring – Part Two

    If you haven’t read part one of this series, be sure to catch up on our first three lawn care tips to prepare your yard for spring. If you live in Memphis and the surrounding areas, don’t let the warm days and backyard parties sneak up on you — get in touch with Personal Lawn Care! With more than 25 years of providing professional lawn care services to residents in the Memphis area, the expe…Read More

  2. Six Lawn Care Tips To Prepare for Spring – Part One

    They say: “spring is in the air…”  Well, almost. As we round out the month of February, most of us are looking forward to putting the cold, winter days behind us. While it’s not quite time to plant a garden or pull out the picnic basket, it’s high-time you start preparing your lawn for the spring. To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of six lawn care tips to prepare your yar…Read More

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    Guardian of the Green: What Lawn Spray Can Do for You

    You see them all over TV, hear about them from your green-thumbed neighbor, and know you need to have a bottle or two in your garage — but what is lawn spray and what can it do for you? The answer is somewhat complicated, but in today’s post we are going to go over some general information about lawn spray and highlight some of the ways it can help you keep a healthy, lush lawn. If you are loo…Read More

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    365: The Importance of Seasonal Weed Control

    When you care about the health and appearance of your lawn, it can feel like you are in a never-ending war with weeds — and you aren’t wrong. Weed control is a year-round process that requires specific strategies and treatments in the spring, summer, fall and winter. Every lawn has its own set of needs and challenges, and only a professional can create a weed control treatment plan that’s ri…Read More

  5. Fireweed: The Pesky Springtime Weed

    As spring sneaks up on summer we are seeing a “bloom” of a pesky little weed known as Fireweed. Although some varieties of Fireweed produce beautiful, vivid flowers, it is an un-welcomed addition to residential lawns. Fireweed is more difficult to control that broadleaf and grassy weeds. The roots of the Fireweed plant do not stretch down into the soil. Instead, the plant grows exclusively in …Read More

  6. Managing Tree Seedlings

    It is officially SPRING!  Along with pretty flowers and green grass, here in the mid-south it also means that tree seedlings will be sprouting. Tree seedlings can be found in most yards this time of year because, just like their partner in crime fireweed, they germinate in the thatch layer of your lawn, not in the soil. Therefore, pre-emergent treatments are less effective. Also, those little t…Read More

  7. 10 Reasons We Don’t Do Blue

    You can tell it’s almost spring. Some of the trees have started to bud out. A few buttercups have braved the cold to begin to bloom. And blue lawns have shown up all over town. What is this blue and why is your yard not blue? The blue marker dye was introduced in the lawn care market years ago to aid in training new technicians and to verify coverage in applications. On occasion, Personal La…Read More

  8. This, Thatch, and the Other

    So, you hired a professional, they treated your lawn, but you still have weeds. Your lawn companies fault… maybe, but not necessarily. There may be lawn companies out there that perform low quality work, but the majority are professional in their treatment of your lawn. But there always seem to be these pesky weeds. So who’s fault is it? THATCH!! What is thatch? Thatch is a layer of debris …Read More