Summer heat can be especially disastrous for lawns and other plants. Once plants are brown and wilted, is there any hope of saving them?
It's a common misconception that you need a yard with great sun exposure to grow a great garden. Landscaping in shady wooded Missouri yards can be just as creative and beautiful as a sunny yard! Here's a look at some plants that thrive in shady wooded Missouri yards.
Lawn aeration is a cornerstone in our lawn care and maintenance programs. The importance of aeration put simply is that your lawn needs to breathe. The more your lawn is walked on or used, the more compacted the soil gets. Having loose soil that is able to breathe easily allows nutrients, water, fertilizer and pesticides into your lawn. Aeration also permits grass roots to extend into the soil in order to grow healthier and stronger.